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An unforgettable country

An unforgettable country

As I mentioned in the introduction, it is a trip to Cambodia in 2003 revealed to me my vocation as a traveler. On my return to France, I was not the same. Upset by the emotional shock that I lived there, I have been constantly traveling want to leave to go on living such intense experiences. There are eleven, it was a country that opened just tourism, emerging from decades of war and genocide with the Khmer Rouge regime. There were at most four streets paved throughout Phnom Penh, some Angkor temples were closed to the public, you could sleep gratos in makeshift huts on the beach of Sihanoukville ... Everything has changed a lot since from what tell travelers. Rice fields and peasants who work there must always be against by the same ... I enjoyed the writing of this article to get my old photos some silver and one scanner (photos above and below). I would love to go back to see how it is now! If you win, you take me with you? ;-) Good luck everyone!

Posted by Roberto13124 02:19

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