The Little Garden
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... babies) who were also rounded up by association: if one member of the family was "guilty", all were guilty. Claire compared the experience to Auschwitz and, whilst I have never been there, can appreciate the comparisons between the horrors there and in this place.
As we proceeded around, we saw the gym equipment that was converted into a torture device, where prisoners would be hung inverted by their arms until they broke and then dunked into ...
... the culture and history. Today, I woke up with so much thankfulness, mainly due to the fact that I goggbled down an entire snake skewer and two bags of diverse insects for supper last night and was still alive. My stomache is made out of an iron!! Thank you!! Haha. After breakfast, three of the volunteers from the new intake were taken to an orphange called The New Way of Life. The orphange is located ...
... destination for a family vacation, but because I have kids I don't want to be anything less than myself. I want to continue to do the things I keep on doing, but with them. I have more love to give because I am exploring new places with them. - I am ready to be a mother. I feel that my head, heart and body are fully ready. I know that once I am done this journey I will be more ready than ever. I would love to be a mother within the next year or two, but if I have to ...
... all over again from scratch. They created work collectives on farms and in country regions. People were beaten and tortured, as they were accused of being spies and working for the Americans and were plotting against the Khmer Rouge party. Led by one crazy paranoid megalomaniac, Pol Pot. He presided over a totalitarian dictatorship that imposed a radical form of agrarian socialism on the ...
It was a relatively easy border crossing aside from being told to sit at a table while we watched everyone else go through the border control (we were the only foreigners). We, eventually, were allowed to line up, got our fingers scanned, our pictures taken and ran to the bus where everyone else was waiting for us. After a quick 6 hours we arrived into Phnom Penh! I had booked our hostel the night before and luckily we had WiFi on the bus so I was able to get ...