NagaWorld Hotel & Entertainment Complex
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Then, we come to find out that it's where they store most of the skulls and large bone fragments found. It's filled to the top which is why they don't really collect anymore so they're on the ground. After a hectic walk around this field one can only feel sorrow. We called it quits and get back in our tuk-tuk that's when the thoughts begin to race through my head. So much death today more than I can handle. Tears pour out my eyes and I find myself sobbing once again. The whole ride ...
The Kingdom of Cambodia. Entirely different culture, language, and people than Thailand. We stayed two nights at two seperate guest houses in Phnom Penh. Formerly known in the French colonial times as "The Pearl of Asia", the signs of a better time can be seen in the culinary style and worn down architechture. Like all of Cambodia, It is still struggling back from the devastation caused by the genocidal Khmer Rouge in the late ...
... the Toul Sleng Genocide Museum (S-21 school used as a prison and torture centre during the Khmer Rouge regime) and Cheung Ek Memorial (The Kiling Fields where more than 20.000 people were killed). It's very sad to see that this beautiful country has such a terrible history to tell. Food on Cambodia is great. We are having a great time ...
... We agreed and before we knew it we rocked up to this army firing range which to be honest was a couple of sheds in a compound. We sat there and where handed what was basically a menu and it had every single gun you could think of, it was mental!! We had the choice of throwing a hand grenade or firing a rocket launcher for $100 or firing an automatic rifle for $20 for a full magazine. We decided to start with the basics and bought a full magazine of AK47 ammo. We were taking into ...
... yet were not aware of what had been taking place.
You’ll notice a lack of photographs from S-21 and the Killing Fields. I have a hard time taking anything but knowledge from sites like these. It was a heavy afternoon but important. Important that the story of what happened continue to be told because history has that terrible habit of repeating itself, and we can only ...