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... is more expensive than it should be and the other tourists are douchebags. Me, Jack and Dom sat on a rock and smoked a bit and chatted about the possibility of starting a business on Don Det. We went out for BBQ with like 15 other people and then grabbed drinks. We went back early (the others went to a beach party) and chatted on the ...
... br> Killing Fields & Genocide Museum - Awful to think about what happened in Cambodia, and that it wasn't even that long ago really!
Russian Market - A lot smaller and calmer than expected, think this had been hyped up a bit, but still glad we went to see it.
Royal Palace - From an architectural view the buildings were really nice, but it gets a bit samey and it was boiling so we couldn't be fussed ...
... 8000001907349px; line-height: normal;">"Better to arrest ten innocent people by mistake than free a single guilty party."
The sign on the brightly decorated tree was close enough to read. The significance of the shallow pit next ...
... to take a tuk tuk rather than walk to Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum. It was a bit of a white knuckle ride through the city centre traffic but not a long trip. Tuol Sleng was originally a school. It was taken over by the Khmer Rouge regime and used as a detention and interrogation centre. I had visited it twice before but was still affected by the horrors on show there. An estimated 20,000 prisoners were held there between the years of 1975 and 1979. Only a handful survived. They ...