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Koh Kong and isolated villages

The New York Times has two fascinating travel stories recently:
In Cambodia, Koh Kong Emerges as an Eco-Tourism Destination
INSIDE a breezy bamboo structure in Chi Phat, a village in the remote province of Koh Kong, near the Thai border in southwestern Cambodia, a dozen or so foreigners sat down to a communal dinner of chicken curry and Angkor Beer. Cinnamon-hued cattle and elderly women wearing ikat sarongs and checkered scarves ambled along the dusty road outside.

Cambodia’s Isolated Villagers Change Their Lives With Lower-Cost Solar
With a desire to one day become a doctor and save lives, 12-year-old Phat Sopwa devotes most of his time to study. After dark, though, his dream grew dim.

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