Juliana Hotel Phnom Penh
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Woke up to take a boat back to the mainland. ****** boat but I got to lie down and watch a movie on my Kindle. Then spent the rest of the day watching inglorious *******s, Sin city and Goodfellas. Things have slowed down again recently but hopefully we will be back on the road again pretty soon. Called mum and Dad tonight, it's nice to talk to the folks back home. It makes things normal ...
... have often thought the other genocides in the world in the 20th century like Nazi Germany, Armenia, Rwanda and this one in Cambodia. The world rarely steps in to protect the people from killing each other but hopefully this never happens again and if so the world powers will learn from this gruesome past and get involved to protect the people. Over 1/4 of Cambodia's people died in those tragic 3 years. 20 million total. This communist regime took power a few ...
... the Cambodian government and attempted to implement extreme communism. As a result anybody deemed an intellectual or a threat to his new world was taken to prison, (the most famous example is S21 prison) accused of being a member of the CIA or KGB. They were tortured and starved until they confessed. They were then taken to the Killing Fields where they were promptly executed with a range of tools, usually farming equipment. Bullets were seen as too expensive to waste on these ...
... get it. It was $6.50 to get in, and wasn't a great as I thought it would be. We were there for a good hour, wandering around the beautiful grounds. The most grass I think I've seen in the city so far. Some of the buildings were pretty cool, but it has nothing on the Royal Palace in Bangkok. Me and Julie decided we wanted to tell them they needed a nicer floor considering it was the Royal Palace instead of the ugly concrete. We then headed back to ...