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... for no reason other than they were educated, perhaps financially stable or well off, and had opposing views to you. That criteria was the primary motivator of the extermination of approximately 3 million Cambodians. Those that survived were mostly peasants and farmers, or those who were able to assimilate as them. Pol Pot, leader of the Khmer Rouge, believed that they were the primary people and wished to espouse a classless society.
From Choeung Ek, ...
Breakfast at the hotel was excellent. An interesting mix of local and western food - a fusion breakfast. Zelma did some shopping at a store which focuses on providing employment to locals in a smaller type of "cottage" industry. There were lots of off the rack items but Zelma had an outfit made to measure and it was delivered before dinner today. We walked to the palace location but it turned out our timing was not very good so we ...
... So our guesthouse is on street 54, between streets 19 and 23. Even numbers go from north to south, odd numbers from east to west. The only bemusing thing is that because the numbering goes right across the city, you don't often arrive at consecutively numbered streets. So the next street north from ours is 148, and to the south it's 172. It's fine when you're walking, but if you're trying to find a specifically numbered street you have ...
... found where they had died in the classrooms and corridors of S-21. They now have tombs at Tuol Sleng. Some were still manacled by their feet to iron bedsteads, some lay half off the iron strips. Others lay in pools of congealed blood on the floor or on stretchers along the verandas.
Today some of the rooms used as a torture chamber are much as they were found, with a photograph on the wall showing the room when the Vietnamese entered.
In one a prisoner's body lies with hi ...
... our crazy tuktuk driver. The best temples were the face temple (every column has faces on each side) and the old ruin temple, overgrown with trees where Lara Croft was filmed. Cambodia was okay. It's just a very sad place, their civil war was so recent and the country appears to be so poor...it's not a place where we felt much hope or ambition from the people. I don't think we'll come back, but I do hope life there improves for the people. [No pictures as my camera ...
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