this lovely shrine was in the grounds
this is a Buddhist shrine to the people who were killed here
one of the burial places, there are still bones coming to the surface from time to time
very old Chinese graves
back to the Shrine, it has many skulls in it. I stopped taking photos after these few, it was just a sad place and taking photos seemed disrespectful
Views from the bus window as we were driving to the genocide Museum
Rambutans on the move.
I didn't take any photos in the museum apart from this one with this gentleman
he was captured by the Pol Pot regime and his wife and 6 children killed, he was being tortured when a man came into the room and asked if he could fix a typewriter, he was a sewing machine repair man, so had a look, fixed it and that saved his life.....he remarried when he was let out of prison to a woman who had lost her entire family and now has another 6 children. He gets no pension from the government despite working all his life, so he has published this book, which he sells for $10 US to the tourists, partly to support him self and his family but mostly to make sure the story of what happened to many many people is told and spread around the world. He is another person who exudes peacefulness and calm.