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August 8th 2008
Published: October 9th 2008
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We set off from Battambang just before 8am. Our goal today was to travel the 100 or so kilometres to Pursat on a norry. A norry is a bamboo train basically consisting of a frame made up of strips of bamboo, two steel wheel axels, and a 2 stroke fanbelt driven motor. Strictly speaking, they are illegal in Cambodia, and there is talk that the government may take measures to eradicate the use of t... Read Full Entry



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Kids having water fightsKids having water fights
Kids having water fights

Probably a common occurence here.
Woman with traditional Vietnamese hatWoman with traditional Vietnamese hat
Woman with traditional Vietnamese hat

The population is predominantly Vietnamese.



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