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We started talking to our driver and found out that he has only been driving the Tuk Tuk for about a year. He was pretty young, 30, though like many Cambodians he looked much younger. His English was pretty meager, but he said he was taking lessons from a Monk at a Pagoda in Siem Reap every night. He also had been married a year and his wife is two weeks pregnant. Before moving back to Siem Reap he work on the Thai side of the Cambodian border building toy motorcycles. I don’t know how we got on the subject, but he started mentioning that he really enjoyed frogs. Continue reading

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