Monday, December 28, 2009

Rural Cambodia

Far from sealed roads, electricity, running water, anything that we take for granted in the west. Rural Cambodia feels so unspoilt. I headed down a track on foot, not too sure where it would lead me. In the end, it didn't actually lead anywhere, but it was still fun, and I don't know what I wouldn't give to do the same thing now as I sit here in the cold.

This khmer man was getting blanketed in dust everytime. He must have walked a very long way, as the next sign of civilisation along this road was extremely far to the east across the plain. It's hard to realise how uncomfortable it is, when it's so humid that the dust sticks to your face

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