Today in Pictures: August 17, 2016 August 17, 2016 Pastor Roger Feenstra Cambodia, Hope Now, Travel 2 comments Getting ready for a Hope Now movie night on Friday. We found a big supermarket with lots of junk food for the movie night. The store employees helped carry it to our Tuk-tuk. These vehicles hold a lot of goodies. Along the way we met up with a deportee who runs his own Tuk-tuk business. BMW on the back. Lunch on a hot platter. Chantha working hard, preparing for the movie night, in the new Starbucks. Today is some kind of holiday. Buddhists are burning fake money (notice the Benjamin Franklin going in the flames), and signs that say “Range Rover” or “Mercedes”. I guess in hope of getting one in their next life. Very hopeless. Notice the little girl behind the glass case, learning from her mom. Cars get close to us on the road in the heavy traffic. Maybe they had one of these machines to build the Great Pyramid? I couldn’t get the shot, but there were a couple of guys in hammocks underneath the massive stones, in the shade, taking a break. This guy has two spares tires in case of emergency. Not sure if this Coca-cola product has made it to the States. It is an “energy” drink, uh-huh. Rows and rows of motos for sale. Trees are blooming. Beauty in the midst of chaos. T-shirts blowin’ in the wind today. What’s that? A Los Angeles hat in the lower right? Colorful fruit stand. You can get anything you want, at Alice’s restaurant. It’s a niche market. 11.541654 104.914895 Share this:Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading...
Have a great and successful movie night!
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