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Odd Machine Transporting WoodOdd Machine Transporting Wood
An odd machine transporting wood somewhere on the way between Bavet and Phnom Penh on the highway.
Two Girls and a Flower in CambodiaTwo Girls and a Flower in Cambodia
These two little girls admire a flower by the side of the highway from Bavet to Phnom Penh.
O Sole MekongO Sole Mekong
Just a boat on the mighty Mekong river in Cambodia.
Street Vendors at Neak Loeung Ferry StationStreet Vendors at Neak Loeung Ferry Station
Street vendors selling fruits and vegetables at Neak Loeung ferry station on the way from Saigon to Phnom Penh.
Sunglasses Vendor on the Neak Loeung Ferry in CambodiaSunglasses Vendor on the Neak Loeung Ferry in Cambodia
A flying vendor with sunglasses aboard the Neak Loeung Ferry on the way from Saigon to Phnom Penh.
Street Vendors at the Mekong FerryStreet Vendors at the Mekong Ferry
Not the best image ever since snapping pictures through shaded bus windows is generally sub-optimal, but FoxTravels is not Getty, so we also have purely educational shots in the database. Here are street vendors offering fruit and vegetables at the Mekong ferry in Neak Loeung, Cambodia.
Master Of The ArtsMaster Of The Arts
Yes I am aware that pictures snapped against the sunlight suck, but in this case it was a statue that depicts or worships craftsmanship. The guy holds different tools in multiple hands and I find that respect towards craftspeople a very good thing.
Mekong Ferry in Phnom PenhMekong Ferry in Phnom Penh
Before the great Mekong bridge was finished, every traffic from Bavet to Phnom Penh had to cross the river by ferry. As a lucky Fox I experienced both and while the ferry is much cooler, the bridge is much faster. Yes, Cambodia is developing and I love to see that.
Big Tuk Tuk Bus in CambodiaBig Tuk Tuk Bus in Cambodia
In Thailand Tuk Tuks are usually of the same size, in Cambodia they range from two-seaters to bus-sized constructions. The Tuk Tuk we see here is one of these "buses".
Medium Sized Tuk Tuk in CambodiaMedium Sized Tuk Tuk in Cambodia
While in Thailand Tuk Tuks are usually of the same size, in Cambodia they range from two-seaters to bus-sized constructions. The Tuk Tuk we see here is of medium size.