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... out that young Bunong
kids are less than eager to live in grass huts and do subsistence agriculture
for the rest of their lives. Even their parents use cell phones, and most young
Bunong people speak better Khmer than Bunong, prefer T shirts and backpacks
rather than carrying things in traditional woven baskets, and want a moto like
tourists as part of an economic development strategy has also brought along
... family to be killed. Pol Pot's brutal regime killed 3 million people in just 4 years, which at the time that was a quarter of the population. First we visited S21, a school transformed into a prison and torture chamber. It was very haunting, with blood stains on the floor, photos of all the victims and the original torture equipment still in place. We actually met one of the survivors there which reminded us how recent it was and made it feel scarily real. Next we went to ...
... you're effectively self reliant. Some people can't exist without
having someone to tell them what to do, others do well in this kind
I rested up until
lunchtime when Saiem cooked some tofu for me and questionable looking
pork for herself. The quality of meat in Cambodia was very hit and
miss but with the animals largely malnourished and not looked after
you could well expect that. We had bought some meat for Jason but he
wouldn't touch ...