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Cambodia

Location: Cambodia


5 Jan 2009, 12:59AM

Another of the temples near Siem Reap.

4 Jan 2009, 11:43PM

David at Angkorwat.

6 Jan 2009, 9:18PM

Sitting on the roof of a boat for 6 hours from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh.

5 Jan 2009, 10:58PM

David showing some of the kids at the Green Gecko some magic tricks.

7 Jan 2009, 3:28AM

Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum - the school which was converted into a torture prison.

6 Jan 2009, 9:52PM

A village along the lake .

7 Jan 2009, 3:19AM

Just a few faces of the 17,000+ victims of the genicide - they took a mug shoot of each prisoner.

7 Jan 2009, 3:11AM

One of the rooms in the school with an original bed and tools used for torturing.

7 Jan 2009, 4:56AM

Cheung Ek killing field - a field used as a mass grave for the prisoners of Tuol Sleng.

7 Jan 2009, 3:42AM

A painting by one of the 12 survivors showing one of the many methods of torture - removing fingernails with pliers.

7 Jan 2009, 11:42PM

Our broken down bus on the side of the road in Cambodia.

7 Jan 2009, 4:53AM

"Killing tree against which executioners beat children". There are still bones in the ground (and leaning up against the tree) and clothing partially buried in the graves.



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David at Angkorwat.

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Another of the temples near Siem Reap.

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David showing some of the kids at the Green Gecko some magic tricks.

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Sitting on the roof of a boat for 6 hours from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh.

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A village along the lake .

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Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum - the school which was converted into a torture prison.

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One of the rooms in the school with an original bed and tools used for torturing.

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Just a few faces of the 17,000+ victims of the genicide - they took a mug shoot of each prisoner.

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A painting by one of the 12 survivors showing one of the many methods of torture - removing fingernails with pliers.

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Cheung Ek killing field - a field used as a mass grave for the prisoners of Tuol Sleng.

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"Killing tree against which executioners beat children". There are still bones in the ground (and leaning up against the tree) and clothing partially buried in the graves.

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Our broken down bus on the side of the road in Cambodia.