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... still hadn't managed to find them so we left without paying for our room seeing as though my flip flops cost more than 2 nights accommodation! Ian meanwhile sorted a tuk tuk to the bus station however he wasn't a proper tuk tuk driver, he was just on a break from working on a building site. Anyhow, we made it to the bus station and set off on a Giant Ibis bus heading south 6.5 hours to Phnom Penh. The bus had wifi and after ...
... quietly. Scott isn't great with traffic lately, he seems to forget to look both ways or take a double look, about three times this morning he's nearly been knocked clean by a bloody moped. His head is full of spaghetti, no brain. We grabbed a nice cream and watched the fishermen on the river. There were loads of them and they were all sat right next to each other, as Scott said it's against fishing rules to be in each other's 'swim'. I guess he was right ...
... then executed.
They would be forced to stand at the edge of gigantic holes....mass graves. Sometimes, they weren't dead yet, but the soldiers would throw DDT over the bodies to control the smells...this would finish the job.
The first mass grave we saw had 450 bodies escavated from it. It's way too difficult to grasp what we were seeing.... The grave was only about 15 feet by 30 feet??
There was another mass ...
... did make for some nice aerial views of the immediate area. There is also a nice night market which is worth a visit. Entertainment from X factor wannabes and local artists perform each night.
I really enjoyed my time here. Like most capital cities (in S.E Asia at least) there's plenty to see and do for every taste and budget. There is a scam going on here though. Many a time i'd be stopped and asked where i come from. When i replied England, that just happened ...
... with us to say goodbye as well. To my surprise, this was the easiest goodbye we have ever had. I think in the past Salorm has always worried that she might not see me again, but having been here five times now, she now trusts that I'll always come back. We got pictures outside the airport, I returned my hotel key to the tuk tuk driver because I forgot to do it at the hotel, then I gave Salorm my last goodbye and headed into the airport. Two hours later I was off to Ho Chi Minh City, ...