A backpacker recounts a harrowing encounter with human traffickers in a remote Cambodian border town.
In 2010, after surviving Stage 3 testicular cancer, divorce, job loss, and a whole host of other life difficulties, Richard Cranor traveled to Southeast Asia hoping to find some much needed rest and soul searching.
Instead, he ran into human traffickers in a remote Cambodian border town and nearly disappeared for good. Recounting his ordeal in-depth, Richard imparts some of the lessons learned in being able to detect an abduction attempt and escape safely from it.
"One Night In Poipet" is a must read for anyone backpacking through Southeast Asia, especially if traveling alone.
|Title:||One Night In Poipet: A Backpacker's Guide to Human Trafficking in Southeast Asia|
|Author:||Richard Cranor and Kristina Rogers|
|File Size (Kindle):||732 KB|
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