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Nach einer durchzechten Nacht stand heute die 9 stündige Fahrt ins Kapitol Kambodschas an. Wir reisten mit dem öffentlicheb Mekong Express welcher ein wenig eng war, aber für unsere Bedürfnisse (schlafen) völlig ausreichend war. Nach Bezug unseres Hotels im Rotlichtviertel machten wir noch eine kleine Erkundungstour durch die Stadt.
... war and peace inspired novels. That said I must be doing something right as in 4 and half months I've had over a 1050 visits to the blog, not bad seeing as I only post here and there, evidently someone's listening lol.
Today you're in for a doosey, as I'm feeling particularly compelled... An amalgam of the last 14 days since arriving in Cambodia, as I've spared you my daily drivle since the 'escaped doom' saga when I arrived at the border 3 days late. This ...
... under the trees and played games with them which everyone seemed to genuinely enjoy. Mr. Vannak and Mr. Si Hong planted trees in the yard. When we left the school, we went to the village of the school nurse where her family had prepared a delicious lunch. There were vegetables and noodles and a green sauce with coconut that was utterly delicious. We sat cross-legged on a platform that also served as our table. We were definitely ...
... Those spared execution were forcibly overworked on farms with just their clothes on their back and a rice bowl, and most met their fate through starvation, exhaustion or disease. Young boys were recruited to the regime, promised food, water and shelter. They daren't say no at fear of being called traitors and sentenced to death. Guards did not shoot their victims but brutally bludgeoned them or slit their throats using palm leaves. Sound systems hung from the trees and ...