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... don't speak Khmer, so am unable to treat anyone on my own. And I feel very strongly that it would not benefit anyone even if I did as I'm only here short term, voluntarily so where's the sustainability in that?
I feel Davit's English is improving and then I realise that he might understand basics, but nothing more . It makes it very hard when I'm trying to get key points across to him.
The clinic has ...
... us a little lesson, bless him he was cute haha! It was pretty far to the killing fields and it was a bit of a crazy drive, the traffice was ridiculous and the roads weren't the best! When we arrived we bought our tickets and were given an audio guide each included with the ticket, which was so good! It was really interesting to hear the stories and get the extra info whilst walking around but the whole place was quite eery. You could still see cordoned off areas of ...
... shooting my target was brought over and I counted 17 hits somewhere on the page. Not bad for a first time and a couple of them even hit the head/target. Justice had been done!
We then returned to the bumpy minibus, cancelled my Massage and headed off to The Corner Bar to reflect on our day of sorrow and shooting.
My Flickr photos are here
The day started well enough. We set off for the Royal Palace and had a good look around there - very imposing and attractive buildings and of course brilliant sunshine, though there was a welcome breeze today.
... Russian Market" as I saw no Caucasians or any one shop to distinguish it as Russian in any shape or form.
Next on the block was Wat Phrom. This monument/ temple was dedicated to Buddha and built on the top of hill. Other than that, it was a forgettable stop and one I would not recommend.
We made our last stop at the national museum, and at this point we were exhausted. After the killing fields, prison camps, ...