Cambodia Heading North – Mike

15 May 2015: We left Phnom Pehn on the 14 May after visits to the torture museum and the Killing fields. Very sobering. Hard to describe the feeling as you wander around these important museums …. Humans can be very, very horrible to each other. 1 in 4 Cambodians lost their lives in 4 or ...

The Bamboo Bridge – Peter 7

The Bamboo Bridge - Peter
15th May 2015:  We started the day by giving the cars a birthday. Cleaning out the dust from inside and outside our cars. Renee had a nice surprise for me for my birthday having found the Beatles song on YouTube – When I’m 64. The video was played and they gave me a nice birthday ...

Leaving Phnom Penh – Peter

Leaving Phnom Penh - Peter
14th May 2015:  Today we left Phnom Penh.  Other than Mike taking us on a short cut, by finding the only 4WD road known in existence in a major city, we finally made it out of town. Our destination for the day was Kampong Chem. The drive was pretty uneventful – a nice change, and ...

The Killing Fields – Peter 2

The Killing Fields - Peter
14th May 2015:  Today we decided to pay our respects to the two million Cambodians killed by Pot Pol during the brutal Khmer Rouge Regime that lasted from April 1975 to January 1979 before the country was liberated by the Vietnamese. Pol Pot murdered 25% of the population in just three short years. We started ...
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