Arriving in Cambodia in 1991, there wasn't much traffic on the streets, which was good, since most streets were not paved. That was more than 20 years ago, but even so I never expected to see...
Roadside Valentine vendors
Monks photographing fireworks
Crowds gathered in front of the palace, mourning the King
At 6:30am on Sunday morning, I was watching the Super Bowl behind the closed doors of an Irish Pub. The TV volume was off because outside our doors the country was completing 100 days of mourning for King Sihanouk. Thousands of people were streaming toward the Royal Palace, ladies in black sarongs and white blouses and men in black and white as well. Car traffic was blocked off, to make it easy for people who had come from every part of the country to bring their flowers and incense to their dead king. Loud speakers on every block were playing traditional funeral music, and it was all pretty moving.
Tam taller than her sister
Ream and Sothea
Victory Monument off limits to all but "staff"
$100 bills added to the Chinese New Year flames
Shrines memorializing the King at every business, temple, and ministry
The same coffin shop on the riverfront, now surrounded by new hotels and restaurants
A protest demonstration in front of the Ministry of Justice
Nightlife in Siem Reap