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... dispair and anguish come over me as he spoke of the mass graves for 3 million people and how they excavated and did forensic tests on the bones. And then the truth hit me like a blow to the gut, the energy that lingers here at the site of millions of people brutally executed with exes, guns, bamboo picks and any instrument that could cause harm of pain or death. A covered area demarcating the excavated grave exposes you to the first sight in a succession of ...
... through to the gate and got ready to board the 30 minute plane ride to Ho Chi Minh. After the extremely short flight we arrived at Ho Chi Minh and we didn't have to get our luggage as they transferred it straight onto the Sydney flight. We then were given free time for approximately 4 hours before our flight! It was a long wait but it was fun. Many people just relaxed and got some food to eat. Others got manicures and pedicures and just went shopping. ...
... weddings are just weird. We got to watch the whole process of sound check rehearsals and then the main event because the wedding was in the road. They built a temporary stage with sound surround and had photo’s of the couple at the entrance and were generally very loud and purple and yellow. It was funny to watch how a different culture celebrates and it all seemed jolly, debatable on the singers though.
From Kampot we made it to our fourth and ...
... point the road
vanished to be replaced with heavy construction work as concrete was
being laid onto sand to make a perfectly well-constructed new surface
that would obviously last for many years as it was built to the
highest quality. (Sarcasm) We turned around and headed back but by
then, the traffic had cluster****ed. Several cars had driven into one
another on the single lane and other had tried to overtake into
oncoming traffic and created a total gridlock. We had ...
... found the shop and
headed inside. It was a disaster, the paint was all over the floor,
there were sack of rice piled up and papers strewn around the
shelves. I found someone who spoke a little English but it was clear
that this place wasn't going to be able to help and, in fact I
wouldn't have trusted them with the frame in any case.
Sadly this was typical
fare in Phnom Penh. Cambodia is a culture of convenience and they
never strive for excellence ...