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... as the one there, and we were all pretty relieved when we arrived safely back at eighty8. For the afternoon we just chilled and I watched some episodes of suits - classic. For dinner we ate at the hostel, I had fish and chips which I'd been craving for weeks, it wasn't quite the English quality that I'm accustomed to but it was fine. After dinner, Rach and Tory played pool and I attempted to catch up on my diary which i'm disgustingly behind on. ...
Many small temples and stupas (prayer houses) dot the countryside . We stopped at the "Sleeping Buddha" which is the largest sized Buddha in Cambodia. Some of the larger temples and the grounds surrounding also encorporate a school and a meeting/prayer building.
We then headed back to the city and had to cross two more waterways on questionable so called boats !! They never would have passed an inspection of safety in ...
... generation makes it seem so much more unimaginable. Again... Why weren't we taught about this at school?!
Our emotional journey continued to the Tuol Sleng Museum. Previously a High school, Tuol Sleng was taken over in 1975 and transformed into Security Prison 21 (S-21). Classrooms were transformed into torture chambers and narrow cells erected within the buildings.
Rows upon rows of photographs of men, women and children taken by ...
... expectation, a trip round HCMC on the back of a Vespa scooter. Our two young men turned up to fetch us from the hotel and we scooted off into the manic traffic weaving in and out. We stopped for an aperitif and met another couple of Brits who are as mad as us. We were then taken to a fish restaurant where we had a variety of sea creatures and frogs legs. The next stop was to eat a special pancake filled with Vietnamese delicacies where we had to confess ...