We stopped in the small village of Skuon whose residence are known for eating creepy critters since the famine of 1970s. We had a lunch full of crickets, cockroaches, and tarantulas which was interesting to say the least!We are having an early night to prepare for what I can only imagine will be an emotional day visiting the Choeung Ek Killing Fields and the S21 Prison.
No words can sum up today…
We visited the Choeung Ek Killing Fields known as ‘Hell on Earth’ and all I can say is that we must count our blessings and realise how lucky we all are. The local Tuol Svay Pray High School was turned into a torture centre known as S21 Prison. It is now the Tuol Sleng Museum and our tour of it has made for a very tiring and emotional day.
We have a long day of cycling tomorrow as we aim to cross the Cambodian/Vietnamese border.
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