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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 …
... shot..as soon as he gave me the shop my mouth was numb and he began working. After paying the bill, $117.00 for two cleanings, X-rays and a filing, they gave me a little gift.. a coffee mug with their name on it. My theory is spend over a $100, you get a mug! We ended the day having dinner with our friends Emma and Paul. A little sushi place, five minutes from the apartment. This was our first sushi since New Zealand (the first stop on ...
... When we finally reached the Choeung Ek Genocidal centre we bought our tickets and picked up the audio tour. The tour had us walk round the whole area and there was lots of information to hear about the Khmer Rouge administration and exactly what had happened on the grounds which we were stood on. In case anyone's interested, the killing fields were the site of thousands of executions of men, women and children. These people were executed by ...
... to be a school so there were long and thin and had three floors. On the first building we entered the bottom floor had ten small rooms, each was were a prisoner would be tortured and sleep. Beds still left in place in the rooms with stains still on the floor. The next floor up was the same but with bigger rooms. The final floor had a few boards and photos on with a quick history of the place. Lots of information about the Kmerr Rouge and what led to S21 being used. As ...
... around a bit. They loved practising their english though but it was mostly limited to talking about your name. One girl wrote on english - I love you. Sadly our visit finished all too quickly and we had to head back. On the way back to the ship we saw how the Copper/silver ware was made. We bought a little box that we think might actually be silver. Back to the ship along the dodgy monkey bridge, After dinner we had a movie about the history of Angkor Wat which was quite ...