The horrors are in the stories. The stories are in the pictures. We started the day with the glorious Royal Palace, and ended it with the crimes of the Khmer Rouge: the S-21 Tuol Sleng Prison/Genocide Museum and the infamous Killing Fields. Let’s start...
These are two videos from our arrival in the city yesterday evening. They both give a good sense of the vibe of the city. Videos of the Toul Sleng Museum: For some reason, Calvin took a while at the Toul Sleng Museum – I’m really just not sure how it could...
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