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I woke up earlier than Dan, again, and headed up to the rooftop for some breakfast. I spoke to an older man for a while, who was lovely, before he went off to the killing fields. I need some me time, the idea of being around anyone today seems like effort, so as soon as j was done I went downstairs and grabbed my stuff so I could go to a posh hotel …
... thought they threatened the utopian society they were striving for. The last stop on the tour was the monument in the middle of the fields which held hundreds of skulls and bone fragments in rows and rows. It was surreal to see and made us really question everything that could be going on in the world that we just don't know about, as so many had no idea about the Cambodian genocide whilst it was happening. The journey back to the hostel was just ...
... And it was so obvious in the countryside as the foliage of the trees and shrubs were heavily coated in a rusty coloured layer of dirt/dust. ( may ears and eyes were proof as well).
We stopped at a local family "Silk Farm" business of several generations. This small operation raise the larvae to the end product of silk cloth making. Quite fascinating and I had the opportunity to try my hand at the first stage of spinning the yarn. Note ...
... area evoked emotion and the questioning of humanity, The Killing Tree sticks in our minds. Babies and children of adult prisoners were hit against the tree until they died, the rationale for the killings being that if dead, they couldn't grow up and seek revenge for their parents' deaths. A mass grave of naked women and children's remains was uncovered next to the tree where the bodies would be tossed after the horrendous executions. To think this happened in ...
... There are remains of the French occupation such as the Notre Dame cathedral, the nineteenth century post office building and old French lycées which are now schools for Vietnamese children. Groups of them can be seen around the city in their distinctive uniforms and it seems that they are celebrating the end of term as they break up for two weeks holiday to celebrate the Lunar New Year. The excursion in the evening promised to be exciting and lived ...