1. Village side road.
2. Simple local stall.
3. My favourite chino has gone!!!!!!!! my khaki canvas converse has become sand canvas after =o=
4. The amazing rides.
5. Sugar cane juice with local snacks. WRONG focus!
6. Behind the scene of pressing sugar cane.
7. The daddy and the girl.
8. Cambodian girl that I met at the stall. Personally, I felt it was a powerful picture, if you state at it on full screen. The eye sight.
Continue of the most unforgettable ride!
What I saw throughout this riverside tour was amazing, time went past too quickly! The small villages that we went past by, they look at us as if we are aliens which was not surprised considering my friend Zi is a big asian boy. The kids were waving hello to us and we gave the kids sweets throughout our second half of the tour, it felt good even though we did not help anything but it was good to see the kids smiling.
I still remember the moment we race against each other while getting to know how to control the quad bike. Not knowing anything, I race myself madly on the straight path…. that was amazing! Imagine the wind blowing by you. It was a good decision to put my Ray-ban on, the sun was pretty strong that day and unfortunately, i did have a tan line on my chest! Racing ahead, I even had a crash into the side of the path… haha, my whole body jumped and a big bang on my camera *my heart aches to my dslr + my 24-105*, lucky it was all okay! Guess it was not a good decision to carry my big camera in front. /.\
Not to forget the scary moments that our big boy Zi’s brake was not functioning properly after the 2nd half. T speed and overtook him… I guess we could laugh it off afterward and enjoy that moment of “what if….”. Everyone reckon I was mad to arrange this quad bike tour, I am very glad that I have done this. No one understands apart the two that went on this trip with me…. sometimes, don’t doubt and do it is probably the best, you will never know what lies ahead!