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... in the pol pot regime. Because the government has pardoned the people who had committed the genocide it meant that the people who had tortured and killed others simply returned back to living normal lives. Our tour guide told us that his neighbour drove the truck to the killing fields and help kill people. Most of his neighbours wanted to seek revenge but there are 4 reasons stopping them. 1) killing someone is a crime. 2) the male normally provides the money for the ...
... were hundreds of them. One face I didn't see for a while in there was Susie's, who wandered off when I was taking a picture, and I didn't find her again for half an hour. The place was a bit of a maze. When we finally found each other we discovered we looked at different things, so went off again and saw the bits each of us hadn't seen. We lost each other again after agreeing to meet by a Buddha, forgetting that Angkor is a very symmetrical place, and there was more than one ...
... the need to inflict some form of revenge on their persecutors by simply talking and describing and keeping the history still alive, to be passed on.
So, the frustrated tuk-tuk driver in Battambang, angry that we spurn his offer of a ride to a hotel, shouts, "you bomb our country... now you don't want to talk to the Cambodian people... How am I to have a job if you don't want to ride... how do I feed my family?"
Cambodians are still hurting.
... at apartments this morning. We saw four or five different places ranging from $450-$700 per month. We settled on a tiny one bedroom apartment with a miniature bathroom and a combo mini-kitchen/living room. It's in a nice area of the city and we now have thirty days to find jobs and a more permanent place to live. Forgot to mention air conditioning in both the bedroom and the front room! Moving in was exciting ...
... victims. Women and children were murdered in ways that I had never heard of before. There was a stupa of skulls that were found in the mass graves. It was a very somber morning. In the afternoon, Matthew and I returned to Phnom Penh, had lunch and caught our breath. We went to Wat Phnom, located on the only hill in Phnom Penh. It was founded in 1373 when 4 statues of Buddha emerged from the waters of the ...
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