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... the chance to authentically experience the crazy driving here, I would not pass it up. I hopped on the back, in my summer dress, riding side-saddle like the women in skirts here do, with no helmet, and hung on! It was exhilarating!!! I'm glad I decided to do it and that an experienced resident was driving. I had thought about renting a motorcycle but after that experience, I think that's one thing I'll leave to the locals!
Whew! What a memorable day!!!
... and the riders and motorbike ended up in a 3 foot deep trench with water and mud at the bottom. They did not appear to be injured. Local transportation vehicles are very interesting and sometimes unusual. As we arrived at the bus depot the rain began and it was a torrential downpour complete with lightning and thunder. Our tuk-tuk ride to the hotel was quite ...
... Ek. Each prisoner was forced to sit in a narrow chair with a raised wooden strip so they could not squirm to one side. A screw positioned the back of their head. A number hung around their neck.
Many seem to have their shoulders pulled sharply back, their arms bound behind them at their elbows.
Their heights were also meticulously recorded along with a hand-written biography.
The faces of the children show fear and bewilderment. But not so the adults, young, old, women ...
... Many many persons died from starvation. Many many persons died because of torture. The tools used to torture their countrymen and women and CHILDREN were axes, metal bars, hangings, waterboarding, scissors, hammers.....they didn't waste their bullets on weak tortured people. they covered up the sounds of the screams from the beatings and torture with loud Khmer music and generators. 3 Million persons died. 1 in every 3 persons in ...
... because of how hard and fast it rained. Some women came in and bought a poncho for roughly a quarter, so I bought one and went on my way. This one was nice because it was thin like normal but it had a good with a pull string and sleeves with rubber band wrists. Awesome. I throw it on covering my bag and make my way back in the rushing river that was once the roadway. The poncho lasted about half of the street before it split up the seam... Purse side. ...
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