La Parranda Residence & Hotel
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... were lit with bright lights.
But most powerful are the voices of the dead and survivors. The stories of the victims that spoke to you through the headset as if they walked by your side. Stories of family separation, bewilderment at what was happening to their country, of sacrifice and survival. "I remember the dreams my mother had for me," said one man, "it helped me to survive".
One hundred and sixty headless bodies were also excavated: Khmer Rouge soldiers who ...
... We will have to take a look when we go back. Bao are a steamed bread with or without filling. These were absolutely fabulous. So, backing up a bit; we got up, walked to the bank for our daily $500 infusion..as this is the limit for all persons taking money from an ATM. (apparently the Vietnamese were crossing the border to get US dollars from all the ATM machines...opening like 10-20 accounts in vietnam and then getting the cash in us dollars in ...
... wide..no markings of any kind. There were endless stalls of machine shop type of spare parts, tools, equipment, bicycle tires and miscellaneous parts. I have no idea how we found what we were looking for.. But we got some cleaning supplies and a few basic kitchen items. It felt like the San Jose flea market crammed into the Whoz/Woz (that gigantic maze up towards Vacaville). I was definitely wanting Scottie to "Beam Me ...
... not know before my trip that there was a huge genocide in Cambodia not to long where 1/4 of Cambodia's population was killed.
I will warn you there are some pictures attached that are very graphic.
I would recommend everyone do some research about the event. It is very interesting and tragic. Western countries where also involved.
Today I am taking a bus to Kampot where I hope to relax for a couple days along the ...
... I wasn't wrong I just offered an ill informed opinion. That's different. And for the rough parts I think it's fair to give the people of Cambodia a break after what they went through under the Khmer Rouge and the horrors of that period were revealed to me today in one of the most harrowing days of tourism since, well, since the War Museum in Saigon. This was not for the faint hearted, like the War Museum, neither the Genocide ...