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... Pretty soon its time to go back and fetch Fredsie, who seems to have had a really wonderful time in Siem Reap. We both wondered how he would ever manage to wake up for class, (Fred could sleep through an earthquake) luckily we needn't have worried -the tiny Cambodians, - realising that school might not happen unless they take things into their own hands -got used to shouting "wake up teacher, time for school" into the door of his room.
Before we ...
... States held the anti-Communist / anti-Vietnamese line and continued to support Pol Pot after the Vietnamese had driven Pol Pot into the jungle to the Thai border.
The first site we visited was the Tuol Svay Prey High School, which was converted into “Security Prison 21” a center for detention, interrogation and torture. The school is now a genocide museum. The classrooms were divided into cells where prisoners to be tortured were chained to iron beds (no ...
The best: Things we really liked about Cambodia
- Lots of beautiful buildings and pagodas
· Cambodians are extremely polite and have a sunny attitude despite a very difficult recent history
· People are very seldom overweight
· Cambodians have tight ...
... Phnom Penh (pronounced P-Nom-Pen) what a city. God I hated it when we first got here. All I could think of was not 3 days here, take me back to Kampot. It is such a huge city and when you first arrive you see the madness and chaos and think how is it possible to navigate my way around? To make sense of this disorder? But you do. Then I got fed, had a nap and had a totally different outlook. Grab a map, ignore it and wander the millions of streets with numbers that are not in ...
... for what it is.
We headed down along the
main road and turned to the road he was meant to live off of. We rode
around a while before I found the proper turnoff but we found it
The turnoff took us into a
very Khmer part of town, nothing but shacks and swamps and foul
smells. We rode along the way looking for the third turnoff on the
right. We tried to count but there was so much building work and no
street-signs so it was a massive effort. ...