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... are the pictures of the guards. Most were children. The Khmer Rouge would take young children and condition them to forget family and friends and work solely for the party's purpose. Many children killed members of their own family. Their pictures cover the walls, their expressions emotionless whilst the victims look resigned.
There are also testaments regarding the torture methods, whipping the flesh off and then bathing with salt water; pulling off fingernails; ...
... waterfalls and it's own island of the same name. We were mainly here for a stopover but had chosen this place for its natural environment and biodiversity that I had read about, currently under threat by poachers and loggers. We were the only westerners that left the bus and as a consequence the moto-mafia surrounded us. It was the first time I lost it with them after requests to "give us a minute" when unnoticed. A sudden decision to hop on ...
... was so full with
forest debris you couldn't see the floor so it was pure luck guessing as to
where to put your feet. Thanks to all the branches there was stuff to grab on
to for balance but these branches were also sometimes covered in spikes,
spiders or massive biting ants. Everything is spiky in the jungle. Slater
ripped his pants again so he stopped to put his swimming shorts on underneath.
A massive spider fell out of his trousers that had been burning a ride for ...
... us like we had the previous day. After about an hour and a half of sitting on a life jacket for minimal comfort we had sworn that we were done with the sea, it's cold, it's wet, its scary when you are far out in it and the engines are usually so noisy that you can't talk to each other.Yet here we were bundling ourselves onto the same boat with the same driver (who we hadn't tipped the day before because a) we don't have the money to tip and b) the trip we went on was boring and ...
... go. Unfortunately, our boat's motor wasn't, a problem that had caused nine Cambodian men to join us on the waterfront. Among them was a man Loung called "The Boss," who ran our guesthouse and its various ecotours, and was related to Luong in one way or another. The night before, Loung had informed us that they were not chartering the usual tourist boats to the island, but that The Boss had graciously allowed us to accompany him on his own ride out. ...