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... a top covering her shoulders and maybe to her elbow in length and quite often a cute hat for the sun.
I found the markets where a young girl (sadly who should be in school, but Iater I was told that only 22% of children finish secondary school) sold me lots of nice goodies for an amazing US rate.
She had a mixed accent, her English sounded similar to the children around the stalls, the beggars at the temples and the ...
... There was a disabled band on the street playing traditional music and collecting donations. What I saw actually made me bit sick: you know a type of Japanese tourist with 3 cameras hanging of him/her? Few of them decided to make donations- great, but... after they put a buck in a donation box they started a photo session including asking disabled musicians to move so they get better angle for their shots, moving wooden legs etc. Unbelievable. Naszym ...
... name, Angkor Wat, means "Temple City" or "City of Temples" in Khmer; Angkor, meaning "city" or "capital city", is a vernacular form of the word nokor (នគរ), which comes from the Sanskrit word nagara (नगर).
... donors can drop in at any time between 08:00 and 16:00, every day.
We stocked up at New Leaf Book cafe, where, like a lot of the cafe scene, all profits go to local education and the warm chili beef salad motivated me to eat some leaves. The useless at our previous accommodation didn't have our laundry and haven't yet got anything right. We finished the day at the overpriced pub street - I knew we were there it says so in neon over the road and at every exit.
... we much prefer this to money with young children especially as we had heard that any money is often given to adults for drug addiction); she took us to the shop we "had to use" so we chose the one next door instead. The girl told us that she needed milk, so Dan duly picked up a carton of milk, “no, no, no” she said, and proceeded to show and tell us that we needed to buy a kilo of baby powdered milk formula for her brother as her mother could not breast ...