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... many of them loosing their entire family. The killing fields laid out the history and walked us through the mass graves and torture spots giving a heartbreakingly honest account of what happened. Skulls and bones are piled up to see and the audio commentary tells not only the facts but recites stories of survivors. The S21 site walks you through the prison which was a converted school which still has the makeshift cells, blood stains, torture equipment, old beds and photos ...
... fish ( as soon as it kept its distance from me of course ). It all was just amusing, magical and still unbelievable.
But the time of getting ready to head back has come. We noticed a boat heading towards us and as Ben advised that we should grab a lift with it, I was like that idiot again hesitating since I will be for a 10th time today a pain in this freaking ass and its only still a morning...but we did ended up grabbing a lift with the local divers. Only then, I ...
... and decided to join us. Safe to say they were the most boring people we'd ever met so it was slow conversation at dinner which we couldn't help but keep laughing at. We decided to get up for sunrise the next morning so after chilling in Island Boys bar for a bit after dinner we headed to bed. The island runs mostly on generators so most of the electricity went off at 11pm until morning which was an experience for Lou trying to FaceTime home and sitting in the pitch ...
... We first went to have some dinner and then we walked over the beach to looked for a nice place to drink some cocktails while having nice conversations. Next to us were sitting 2 foreigners together with 2 Cambodian girls when suddenly one of the older men started to talk to Michelle. He said that the Cambodian girl liked her and then she said 'Yes I like your face', so Michelle just smiled friendly and left the conversation hanging. But the ...
... effect of drowning out the screams of the people being hacked down. Not a place you'd want to have ended up (a few Brits did t seems).
Worse than the Killing Fields, for that was only a place where the suffering ended and hopefully swiftly, was Tuol Sleng (or S21) Prison. It has originally been a school and it was turned into a torture chamber. Classrooms were filled with small partition cells into which men, women and children were crammed after ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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