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The lonliest cop in Phnom Penh?

Usually when you see traffic police in Phnom Penh, there are about 3 or 4 in a group. You hardly see just one working which made this photo a little unusual. Taken during a lull of mid-morning traffic on Street 130 just east of Central Market.

Police officer at Central Market

Police officer at Central Market

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Street food

One of the things I have noticed in the past 6 years of living in Cambodia is that Cambodians love to snack. That being said, there is always a snack cart around the corner to fill your stomach. So without any further delay.

Taken on the three block stroll from my flat to the Phnom Penh Post offices.

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Another errand related photo

Needed to get some keys cut for the house. Taken just outside Kandal market.

Keys being cut

Keys being cut

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Street scenes

Woke up a bit early to have a walk with my good friend Andrea. A former resident of Phnom Penh, her and I used to walk around the city in the morning looking for the ultimate pork and rice joints around town.
Taken this morning looking for some great pork and rice.

Grilled pork ready to be served

Grilled pork ready to be served

A lady washes some clothes in an alleyway

A lady washes some clothes in an alleyway

A one eyed monk in front of a wat near Raffles

A one eyed monk in front of a wat near Raffles

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