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... theyadd Jews and Muslims (!)and the third. Is Caodaism. There is a Cadoist doctrine just as a Caodaist moral. During the last Vietnam war, they were entirely behind the Americans against the Communists. So these don't trust them and they are ery much controlled. The Cardinal I introduced to you yesterday has set up a Committee on Interreligious meetings and this annoys the party who is afraid of a regrouping of religions in ...
... the country during the Vietnam war, is just another reminder of the unintended consequences of probably any conflict. The Pol Pot years saw over 1.5 million people, a third of Cambodia's population, die, mostly as a result of violence, in what was an appalling social and political experiment with a pure form of communism.
I visited the infamous S-21 detention and torture centre, which has ...
On 26 January I left the islands of south Thailand and flew back up north to Bangkok where I was meeting my Aunty and Uncle, Angela and Phil. We met at our hotel which was next to the Chao Praya River running through the centre of the city, it was so good to see them after such a long time. We caught up that afternoon enjoying a beer in the sunshine of the hotel's gardens. For our three days in Bangkok we got out and explored the many temples (or 'Wat' in Thailand) and took a river ...
... the warning of covering shoulders and legs (knees, really) at the palace, so I wore my longest dress and packed a light scarf to wrap around my shoulders. However, on presenting my ticket, I was sternly told, "No scarf! T-shirt!". I was given the choice of buying one next to the ticket booth or receiving a refund. Since I was already there, I bought a t-shirt. I now own a US$3 XL t-shirt. Apparently, that's one size that fits all... Once I'd had enough of the fighting ...
... because the driver couldn't speak very good English. I have to admit that I did have a moment of "what the hell are we doing" at one stage. There were no signs and there were no other tourists heading in our direction. Where was this strange man taking us? We later found that this was because it was so early.
When we pulled into the car park we were the first visitors. It was open despite the fact that the sign said it wasn't open for another hour. ...