Royal Palace Hotel
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... other, we couldn't... We just sat staring, unaffected by the manic traffic, unaware of our surroundings, just reflecting on what we'd seen and learned that day. Which was worse you ask, S-21 or the killing fields? I can't physically answer that. In one place human beings were tortured and interrogated beyond my minds ability to comprehend, and in the other, well these same people were brought to be executed in the most barbaric of ways... The sad fact is, many probably got a sense ...
... I tell them I will definitely get the other things they need. We will buy hammocks and mosquito nets for everyone here who needs them. Dengue fever caused by mosquito bites can be fatal. Nurse Leila and Thearith take me to see the other babies on the BRAT programme that are at this slum. Walking between the houses is verging impossible with the slush. I am actually grateful for the rubbish as something solid to stand on. Im thinking NZ customs won't want my shoes back ...
... but nothing seemed to materialise, still not used the ponchos yet! We came back to the hotel and showered and looked for flights from Vietnam to Hong Kong for our last leg. It seems funny looking towards the end of the trip although we still have 16 nights. We came back to the coffee shop for dinner that has the live band for dinner but it won't be a late night as the bus is picking us up from the hotel at 7 in the morning but it is only a 3 hour ...
... including shots out of a tea pot, and chatted about travelling. When their hostel bar closed the guys went to bed as they were doing the killing fields the next morning. Lucy and I followed everyone else in the bar to a club with free entry and free shots and passed the night away making new friends and meeting other travellers. We then got a tuk tuk ride back to our hostel and decided they're even better than motorbike ...
... and sweeping the floors with brooms twice the size of them. the children then ran of the their rooms to get changed. At 1:30 we were decided into 4 groups of 9 and assigned one of the following activities; reading, sport, colouring or playing in the toddler room. Groups alternated after and an hour an a half of their games then met back at the multipurpose dining area for afternoon tea and a big bottle of water. Unfortunately it was then time to head ...