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Lol that's hilarious
No matter how much it rains, the dirt never washes away.
Whats the reason the bajaj style tuktuks cant drive along norodom, always adds an extra coulple of mins onto the journey avoiding it.
Funny fact, before Khmer Rouge, motorbike were forbidden as well on Norodom.
Don't forget the water buffalo
All tuktuks are forbidden on Norodom look at the signs.
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This is amazing! Thanks for the laugh and then the realization how nasty ppl can be online. Oh and how we can be negative at others ideas.
No wonder kids at school dont speak up, they worry about what their peers think too much
Just about to say this. Normal tuktuks are fine i think, just the new style ones. Seems a bit harsh, monivong, russian blvd, mao tse tong etc ,even the flyovers are ok, just norodom
It is hilarious, and I'm embarrassed for being so shortsighted. However, it's from 4 years ago when smart phones were much less common and cost quite a bit more. Fair play to those who foretold the Passapp/ Grab future, which has only really hit off in the past year or so but has been revolutionary.
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