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Apparently, no bus ride in Cambodia is complete without karaoke and the driver driving on the wrong side of the road, at least some of the time.
Writer Faine Greenwood took GlobalPost followers along as she went on a bus trip from Cambodia's Phnom Penh to Siem Reap. After first having a Cambodian breakfast of pork and rice with kafe kamow tuk gao and visiting sites in the capital, Greenwood set off on her road trip. Apparently, no bus ride in Cambodia is complete without karaoke and the driver driving on the wrong side of the road, at least some of the time.
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"A Friday in Bangkok" with Patrick Winn
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See Greenwood's journey here: