A Saturday afternoon walk along the riverside in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

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by Neil Godfrey

No doubt about who has the right of way here.

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One thought on “A Saturday afternoon walk along the riverside in Phnom Penh, Cambodia”

  1. While charming, and one of those “OOOOOOOH!” things that seem to attract the general public, have you ever seen an elephant struck by a car or pick-up truck? ost of these unfortunate creatures can’t recover their footing, even when assisted by a 50-100 tonne crane, which when lifting the beast, incurs injury with the chains, ropes or other means of holding the animals for lifting.

    Bangkok has at least banned such dangerous exposure of these giants who can also “lose their temper” at the blink of an eye, when someone honks a horn or bumps them with part of the vehicle. “Look at me! I have an elephant and you don’t!” Please, consider the animals if not the humans around them.

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