This is an eerie and horrifying place to walk around on your own...
Few people survived Toul Sleng. Bodies were dumped in the infamous "Killing Field" mass graves outside Phnom Penh. Thousands of skulls fill both the monuments at the killing fields and the Toul Sleng Museum.
Watching My Wife Get Crushed by an Elephant February 26th 2007 Phnom Penh - Sen Monorom - Kratie
Death may be one of the two certainties in life, but unlike taxes, it certainly doesn’t have to be boring. It’s true that we can’t all choose the way we go, and it’s true that in most cases death will stick to the biggies such as heart failure, cancer or daytime television, but every so often death will try and find someone in the most bizarre of circumst ... read more
Asia » Cambodia Most Cambodians consider themselves to be Khmers, whose Angkor Empire extended over much of Southeast Asia and reached its zenith between the 10th and 13th centuries. Subsequently, attacks by the Thai and Cham (from present-day Vietnam) weakened the ... ... read more
Years of staring at maps, debating routes, saving money and boring anyone in earshot with constantly changing plans finally culminated in our D-Day. 28th August 2006. The day that Vik and Bob went global.
Having made it to New Zealand without taking a single flight, we reached the conclusion that neither our finances nor our sea legs could stomach another container ship journey so we've cheated and taken a flight from New Zealand to Bangkok. From Bangkok we hope to stick with the overland theme and take a route home through Southern Asia: China, Nepal, India, Pakistan, Iran, Turkey...
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