Cambodian Horror part 2 – S21 and The Killing Fields

Trying to contain the horror that happened between the years of 1974 and 1978 in two simple posts on a travel blog, is not only unjust, but impossible. Im simply trying to convey some of the stuff we saw in Cambodia in the best possibly way I can. The last post was a broad picture about the general history of the Khmer Rouge and how they ruled the country with an iron grip for four years. This post on the other hand is a bit more personal and graphical,... Read More

Cambodia and the Khmer Rouge – Systematic Evil

The mere fact that I have to divide my Cambodia posts into two separate sides of the human nature, good and evil, says something about this country’s complex past. In the upcoming posts about Phnom Penh,  Siem Reap and Angkor Wat I’m going to let you in on the Cambodia of today, a country full of life and an impressive ancient history, rivalling that of Rome and Alexander the Great. In two posts covering the dark side of Cambodias recent... Read More