At one point, our bus drove onto a ferry to cross the Mekong River. I looked down to my right and noticed four hot pigs being carried in makeshift bamboo pig holders on the back of two motorbikes. The pigs were panting and shitting and I felt very sorry for them. At least they had a bag of ice melting on their chests...
Our first tuk-tuk driver was friendly, just like most of the Cambodian people we met during our stay.
We were amazed by wide pedestrian-friendly sidewalks along the river--how luxurious!
|That's the Mekong River behind Daniel and Monica.|
|... and sunrise.|
|This is what the DJ looks like.|
|Taken from The Flicks' website.|
|A street vendor sold corn kernels to feed to the pigeons.|
|Beautiful palm-lined pedestrian walkways. I was not expecting this of Cambodia.|
|Fisherman down by the river.|
|Long early-morning shadows.|
|Casting the net in a perfect circle.|
Some other photos taken in Phnom Penh:
|Billboards and signs with photos of these three men were all over Cambodia.|
|I love the glass bottle delivery trucks!|
|I count eight people and a baby. There might be more hiding somewhere.|
|These two guys don't give a shit! They were dragging this thing down the street and it was making a loud scratching sound, but they didn't seem phased.|
|Everyone in this entire building was doing laundry.|
|Happy sugarcane vendor. Those sugarcane bites are on ice.|
|Family of four with pet dog in the basket. Ha!|
|Serene circular park in the city center, with temple in the middle.|
|Someone stuck this guy in the wall enclosing the temple.|
|View of the esplanade and river from a rooftop bar.|
|Another tuk-tuk ride.|