Hey, it may be a shack, but dammit, the reception is great!
Man transporting coconuts by bicycle (one bunch on each side). Just think of the applications for AIDS Lifecycle 2!
A high-tech Cambodian gas station. The operator turns a crank to pump gas up into the little container (thus measuring it), then lets it drain into the tank.
Another little shack by the water. These are built from palm fronds and thin bits of bamboo lath. Most look like they might fall down at any moment.
A poor person's houseboat. Note the firewood on the roof!
A rich person's houseboat, complete with corrugated tin and painted roof (!)
Man with oxcart.
A shack by the water. In Thailand, corrugated tin shacks are a sign of poverty; in Cambodia, only the wealthy can afford them.
A market woman, paddling from boat to boat to sell her wares.
No, these people are not protestors. They are hotel touts, pressed five deep against the gate, preparing to mob arriving travelers. In the foreground, a pair of hapless travelers prepares to run the gauntlet.
Cambodia's land-mine heritage shows here: this trishaw is an amputee wheelchair welded onto a bicycle (!).