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... just hadn't gone along far enough.
We arrived at the hotel and were greeted by the security guard, who stopped the traffic to allow the tuk tuk to turn around. The staff were very welcoming and we were thankful for the cold flannel and refreshing fruit juice that we were offered on arrival. We were shown to our room, it was much larger than either of us expected with a small balcony (not with a great view, but nice to have some outdoor space ...
... the pool where we are served breakfast.It is hot enough to swim even though it's their winter.But it's not hot if that makes sense.We book one of the hotel tuk tuks to go tomorrow to the S21 genocide prison and then to the killing fields. We will then be dropped at the Russian markets to finish the day. We know it's going to be confronting.
Nick suggests we eat at the restaurants rather than street food as most restaurants are only around $4 to $5 for a main ...
... me. fab.
Anyway, it took about an hour and a half to walk around the killing fields with our audio guide (proper tourist stuff).. it was the most sociable of excursions with the Norwegian girl. It was pretty depressing but really educational as we had no idea what went on here whilst Pol Pot was in charge. It was seriously hot which made it a bit of a struggle but at least we were there, finally! We saw monuments, mass ...
... or "never question what you are asked to do, always obey". There were lots of photographs of the Cambodian people who were killed and also 7 'foreigners' who were murdered for whatever reason they had thought up to accuse them of. Instruments of torture were also on display. We also met the 82 year old survivor who was featured on Sue Perkins' programme on the Mekong River which was shown on Sunday evening. A very,very sad and thoughtful day which ...