Some Street Scenes of Phnom Penh.

One trash mountain

The early stages of one 'trash mountain". These things appear to appear at the edges ot T intersections. They don't totally block the traffic, but they do force you to drive around them

The start of another trash mountain.

I'll try to find this one again in a few days to see how much it's grown.

Motor bike on wrong side of road.

What's this coming towards me? A motor bike on the wrong side of the road, as usual. Note that this guy hasn't got his headlights on. This is NOT unusual.

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About Richard A Snow

I studied Economics at La Trobe University (getting a BEcHons and MEc). I was writing for newspapers, mostly on personal finance, from 1997 to 2006, part-time, while working as an Economist at Victorian Department of Treasury and Finance, and later as an Associate Lecturer at La Trobe university. I have a stock of older, published newspaper articles at http://richardsnownewspaperarticles.wordpress.com
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One Response to Some Street Scenes of Phnom Penh.

  1. Janine says:

    It’s quite odd isn’t it, because as a trash mountain goes, it’s quite contained.

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