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... thing, the mass graves, are still there. It's amazing the stark contrast between the atrocities that occurred in these fields and the serenity of it now. The lush grass is interspersed with deep pockets, sites of the mass graves. In one of these there were over 450 people buried. The most horrible thing for me as the Killing Tree, where innocent babies were slaughtered by the soldiers and thrown into a neighbouring pit. This tree was ...
... time to reflect on the p horror the contrasting serenity and horror of this place. I struggle to understand how human beings can be so cruel to one another, even to children. But the evidence is all around, from the tree on which they used to beat children, to the sugar cane tree, whose spikes are so sharp they were used to slit throats. Back near the entrance is a Buddhist stupa, a tomb containing more than 5,000 human skulls ...
Sunday 27th September Breakfast at hotel Church – LWM City Church (address on page 1) Fellowship with students and staff afterwards? Easy lunch on way back to city Rest afternoon / free time / plenty to do in PP 6pm at the Kmher Sorin Restaurant (near the Golden Gate Hotel) Night debrief and ...
... where the roads were closed to traffic so we headed back and changed then went for a run around these areas.......which were even nicer at night when they were lit up and filled with locals who seem to go there to 'socialise' at the times that we would be sat watching soaps on TV.......quite a nice way to fill an evening we think!
After our run, we headed back to shower and change before heading back to the riverside for a lovely meal and drinks to toast our ...
... left and got a tuk tuk back on her own as she felt too sick! After we finished here we went to the Genocide Museum where the prisoners were originally kept before they were transported to Chueong Ek to be executed! They still had the original cells with the beds in and the place where people were hung upside down and dunked in big pots of water. It was here that I kicked the bottom of a metal door frame and stubbed my toe so hard I had to stop myself crying! I put ...