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... in Da Lat, and experienced the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and Choeung EK Killing Field where Pol Pot executed more than 17,000 men, women, and children.
My 3 month trip will take me from as far north as Beijing to as far south as Singapore (farther than Los Angeles to New York). I will be accompanied by my mom for the first 15 days of my journey in China. After that, my mom flies home ...
... his wife Nancy, the love he had for his farm life and horses, his diagnosis with Alzheimer's ending with his funeral. It is all well done and moving. Well worth the visit. The addition of Air Force One and Marine One is great. This aircraft was used by 6 Presidents. It was interesting to see the outdated computers and typewriters they used to communicate with the leaders of the worlds during those years. Now all that equipment can be replaced by a single smart ...
... obviously many wealthy people decide to reside here due to weather, film industry and the amount incredible real estate in the area so you definitely feel the wealth down the coast. One of our favourite overnight stops was Santa Barbara, a Spanish Coastal town with incredible views of the ocean. The central area was full of Spanish colonial buildings and the famous Santa Barbara Courthouse. The ...
... it was quite run down and really not as glamorous as it seems on TV, or as Santa Monica which in comparison was breathtakingly beautiful. We looked at all the stars on the famous walk of fame, and there were quite a few we didn't recognise, but then this is to be expected as we read a sign that stated there are around 2 and a half thousand names on the floor there!
We then looked around the outside ...
"memories keep us further
memories bring us nearer
memories stay with us forever
memories bring us together".
My last proper ...
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