Tasty Dog in the Kingdom
Temples, Traffic and Tasty Dogs: A few days in the life of Cambodia

Tasty Dog in the Kingdom: This Cambodian Life #63.  Delilah introduces you to the sounds of a house warming party – on her street, just 50 meters away, so you too can feel the thump and bump.  Other topics covered, perhaps somewhat randomly, are the draft NGO law to keep those organizations in check and a bit about some recent crime statistics.  You didn’t know that Cambodia was one of the safest places in the world., did you?  Well, the Ministry of the Interior says so.  Believe them.

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Our favorite singer is back, Sinn Sisamuth, singing about stuff.  If you want to send me your interpretations, feel free. 

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Category:The Joys of Phnom Penh -- posted at: 2:07 AM

Tasty Dog in the Kingdom: This Cambodian Life #62.  Delilah rambles on a bit about happier subjects covering the latest adventure, a motorbike trip to Mondulkiri.  You can hear what those holes are on the hill and where you can stay and shower outside.  A very exciting trip, including waterfalls, narrowly avoiding an international incident (at least in my mind!), a covert photograph of the Vietnam border, some beautiful and remote roads and a welding experience at a local mechanic’s. 

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The music is Tep Mari’s Saa Thoukar, from the archives of Cambodia Living Arts. 

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Category:Getting out of town -- posted at: 5:30 AM