Here are some images from my first couple of weeks being in Phnom Penh. Actually, have I even been here for two weeks? I guess I have. Some of the stuff below is from my time walking around, not really knowing what I would discover and not really knowing where I was going. Since moving here, however, I have purchased a bicycle, and a really bad camera, which I feel more prone to use. What does that mean? It means I’m not carrying my nice camera around, and not taking the time to take as many images of the daily life in Cambodia. I think part of this lack of picture taking is due to my being a lot less shocked or astounded by the scenery and culture. Maybe that will change, though, after I have gotten some of my other ducks in a row. First: the supermarket, Lucky.
Boost. Steve Roggenbuck shoutout-:
Exercise near Wat Bottom Park:
This only cost $1.75 at the new Green Milk Tea near my apartment:
Still haven’t visited this local watering hole:
My future bike:
Scenes from Monivong:
I still don’t know the name of this Wat.
Labtop . . .
Well, that is close. Below: Greek god or shoe brand?
“Integrating Human to Quality.” Below: night dancing.
Barricades from the recent demonstrations:
How you get your bike fixed in Phnom Penh:
A nice pun: