In Phnom Penh there are at least a million motorcycles. They clearly constitute the main mode of transport and it is not unusual to see them ridden by a couple and their three children. They also frequently provide a means of transportation for stacked furniture, bundles of clothes, heaps of long tubes of blue plastic, heavy loads of rice and...
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