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... 30 kms. outside of PP and the memorial is very well done. It is hard to go through and read what took place there and think about how the victims suffered. You know the Cambodian people are a wonderful people. I just can't imagine how somebody can bring themselves to do these things to their fellow countrymen. All for some twisted political ideological belief. The sad part is that some of the chief perpetrators have ...
... we arrived and headed to Daughters of Cambodia for lunch, it's this beautiful NGO organisation that girls young Cambodian prostitutes off the street and teaches them skills to work in restaurants, bars or hairdressers etc. I later returned to buy some nice hand made souvenirs. Such a great little place, they have also just expanded to include Sons of Cambodia. Checked out the central market, golly ...
... but it's
surprisingly rare. Generally you accept that some of the kids are not
going to learn unless you pull the brain from their skull and carve
the information on the outside of it with a crayon while others soak
up information like a sponge.
Perhaps there are better
teachers than me with a more optimistic outlook but I aimed my
lessons at the ones I could reach and just bullied the others to keep
up as best they could. Still, some fall ...
... guides at those tunnels! Lastly, we hit up the 1960s/more than a bit Hugh Hefner/deserted Reunification Palace. All well worth a visit. We also had a night out with an ex-GMCer, during which many 30 p bia hoi were imbibed. Great fun. The big city was an excellent final stop in Vio so, another bus and visa procedure later, we are now in Cambo, the last country but one. Where the hell is the time going?! *This is puffery, used merely to keep people ...
... three-story building.
They went inside and found fourteen bodies shackled to metal bed frames inside bare, tiled rooms on the ground floor. These bodies were disemboweled, had their faces skinned, and had many other unthinkable things done to them. The journalists took photos of what they found. As we were led from room to room, we saw the metal bed frames, the shackles, and the rectangular ammunition containers, which were given to inmates as a toilet. We ...