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... was that each of us got spectacularly burned. The return to the mainland took us about twenty-five minutes. For some reason, the boat had at least four times as many people in it as it did this morning. At the harbour, our minibus and driver were waiting. The driver seemed to generally love life, careening around corners with joyful abandon and flashing Ben (who was in the front seat) a cheeky grin when he roll-started the minibus after dropping off the ...
... despite all that, all the international aid, all the donors, all the attention, Cambodia has had for more than a decade, more than a third of the population still lives below the poverty line, which is about 46 cents a day.
Only now, only after years of foreign influence and the presence of NGOs and the UN, are people learning about something called human rights. This is a new concept in Cambodia – rights for all.
... the expat staff at the hospital states. They don’t ask questions; it is not in the Khmer culture for students to do so, or to admit they don’t know something. These are all barriers to the expatriates trying to teach the locals! So, too, is culture.
Cambodia and its people - that's what I came back for. Four years ago, I was gleaming with joy when seeing smiling faces all around me; they smiled to say hello, they smiled out of ...
... run restaurant a couple of streets from our guesthouse and tried some of the local cuisine; I an amok ad Vicky a Tomyum - both delicious! Not hanging about we headed back to sort our stuff for the morning and relax. We actually came across some English on the TV (The Hobbit, The American Voice, Little Fockers) which helped to pass some time. We will have a couple of intense days ahead with Phnom Penh and then Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam so it was nice to have a quiet evening. Written by ...
... the boarder and said 'your bus there...' the second we crossed the boarder we were greated with:
scam 1- we have to pay for a tuk tuk driver to get to the big bus. we refused this as we had already paid for our ticket all the way. 'ok, then you wait here 2 hours for next bus'.
scam 2- there was no bus from the boarder but after waiting 2 hours our tuk tuk would now be free.
scam 3- tuk tuk driver wants 1,000,000 riel for the bridge toll. Again we ...