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... chaos. Even being a pedestrian is tricky as motorbikes and scooters veer on to the sidewalks (where sidewalks even exist) to cut corners. Not to mention the scariest jaywalking I've ever done. Thankfully, I'm very familiar with the video game Frogger and applied that strategy diligently!
Unknown to me, today is Independence Day for Cambodia and was being marked by fireworks on the river in front of the Royal Palace. Today marks the ...
We decided to hire a tuktuk for the day and we started out at 8am to visit the Royal Palace. First we saw the independence monument which is largely a tribute to King Sihanouk (who was king at the point when Cambodia gained independence from the French and during the Vietnam War; also imprisoned in the royal palace when the Khmer Rouge took control). We also briefly saw the mighty Mekong River. The royal palace was built from about 1860 ...
... In their eyes there is dignity, strength, history, intellect, pride, defiance... Everything that Pol Pot and his cohort feared. They could have built a new, democratic Cambodia.
Photographs of the interrogators show mostly young men - one sticks out as more obviously aged - in their 20s, a couple of cases in their teens. They wear the Kmer Rouge cap, part of the black uniform and red scarf.
The adults were victims of a growing paranoia of the Pol Pot regime and tortured ...
... 160;Most of them were Cambodian!Though 6 Americans, 1 French and other small groups from outside countries were killed too. The prison we visited today, Tuel Sleng was a 'secret' prison located at a former high school in the midst of Phnom Penh. All schools had been closed immediately on April 17, 1975 because education is dangerous according to Pol Pot. He strongly believed that his idea of communal living/communism was best lived without the ...
... snatched the two sides together and moved my bag closer to my front rather than my side and just waded through the flooding water back to the guest house. It was like the Jakarta floods of 2013 all over again without military assistance. I get back and Janis was still sleeping though Mathias had just woken up and was watching the storm on our balcony. All he did was laugh at me. Bah. For that I made him peel the poncho off of me because it ...
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