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My Red Dog  Posted on 11/19/2014
Just had to post this amusing photo of my puppy, Red, before I go to bed. Superdog is fast asleep – tired from saving the world. Isn’t he cute? He does have a knack for weird sleeping positions. And this is the most common...
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APAD 276: Change  Posted on 11/19/2014
Another old, Khmer villa with French-style architecture bites the dust. See side story in the previous post.
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APAD 275: Phnom Penh skyline  Posted on 11/18/2014
This is the view from the fourth-floor of an apartment building I visited last weekend. It was pleasantly breezy and had a commanding view of the sprawling city. All changed! Phnom Penh’s skyline has changed rapidly over the course...
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APAD 273: Dinner  Posted on 11/17/2014
One of my favourite vegetables is this – kalabasa in Filipino, la poeu in Khmer, or simply winter squash. Growing up back in the Philippines, my siblings and I were served a lot of this as it is very rich in beta carotene that is...
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APAD 271: Maiden  Posted on 11/10/2014
The maiden of Battambang province. An example of my “drive-by” photography skills! Or, the lack of it. Ehrm.
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APAD 270: Food  Posted on 11/05/2014
You are what you eat. These are some of the vegetables commonly found in the markets in Cambodia.
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APAD 269: Hope  Posted on 11/04/2014
Hang in there, little flower. Hope is in the horizon. This is just one of the views that welcomed us in our previous road trip. As it was at the height of summer, when the  whole Kingdom was dry, dusty, and arid, we began our trip...
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APAD 268: Colourful tapes  Posted on 11/03/2014
The holiday season is upon us again and I’ve been obsessing on these coloured adhesive tapes. They will be used for gift-wrapping and making Christmas cards.
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APAD 267: High-five!  Posted on 10/22/2014
A statue of a solar lion, a mythical creature in Buddhist culture. They are often placed at the gates and doors of Buddhist wats (temples).
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  • Sreisaat
    Sreisaat 11 October 2012 18:59:01

    Thank you, RobSchneiderOz :)

  • RobSchneiderOz
    RobSchneiderOz 25 May 2012 16:49:49

    What a lovely blog you have. It's nice to see another blog that covers life in today's Cambodia instead of wallowing in the past.

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