My Driver in Cambodia

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    This was my driver in Siem Reap, Cambodia. He's a heck of a nice guy. We had a growing retinue as the weekend wore on, and he was always there to help out! First it started out with just my guide, Ratanak (who recently set up his own Cambodia Tour Guide site here - I recommend him!), and then we added one monk and then another. By the end, we had five us piled into his car and we were having a great time.

    He was there every morning at 4:30 AM to pick me up for first light and there every night until sunset. We kind of bonded because of the one-eye thing... (I also only see from one eye). I asked about it and he said it happened when he was a young boy. It's been gradual, but he has gotten used to it; He seemed to be at as much ease as the monks in the backseat with me.

    Below are a few of the places he took me... thanks again mate!

    from the blog at www.stuckincustoms.com

    susan_r4, Selca, nixter, and 15 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. MDSimages.com 67 months ago | reply

      Very reasonable rates too! Nice that you are promoting him Trey. Love you process on these too :)

    2. susan_r4 67 months ago | reply

      Wonderful story Trey - your driver looks super nice and you were lucky to have such a dedicated one - sounds like such fun - I would have enjoyed it too!

    3. Loriaz Ramka 67 months ago | reply

      wonderful shot my fren.. hv a pleasant journey.

    4. Selca 67 months ago | reply

      great portrait

    5. kia's r kid 67 months ago | reply

      WOW... very nice guy! & beautiful places

    6. Daniel Dunlap 67 months ago | reply

      sloth love chunk

    7. Dave DiCello 67 months ago | reply

      Really great captures here!

    8. Vlad Bezden 67 months ago | reply

      Nice guy and I feel sorry for him. I like your pictures from Cambodia.

    9. Apogee Photography 67 months ago | reply

      Cool shot and great story! Amazing what people can learn to live with. It makes you feel very lucky!

    10. David K. Edwards 67 months ago | reply

      Vivid and memorable portrait.

    11. Kiki FL 67 months ago | reply

      Brilliant series! If only we could accept ourselves the way this man has done...there is a great lesson in this photo.

    12. bevcraigwhite 67 months ago | reply

      SO interesting !!!! Thanks for the pics, and the story...appreciated indeed !!!!

      *This is a *Brilliant~Eye~Jewel!*
      You are invited to add your picture to our pool!

      *Please tag with BEJ*.

    13. Bun T. Pein Photography 67 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the recommendation...I'll try to find him when I go to Siem Reap in the future.

    14. StLuke [deleted] 67 months ago | reply

      oh man... looks like an incredible country!! i would love to see all those ancient statues and temples, i bet its almost a religious experience...

    15. espressoDOM 67 months ago | reply

      wow
      serious character in that face....

    16. Mahesh Telkar 67 months ago | reply

      interesting character ! nice to know to about him and thanks for introducing to tour guide Ratnak

    17. langkawi 67 months ago | reply

      Really nice dedication. Welcome to the club of the one-eyed....

    18. Rocío Miron 66 months ago | reply

      wow, this is really good,

    19. _minette 66 months ago | reply

      Amblyopia? Me too!

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