These guys just never ceases to amaze me—with their work ethic, their packing ability, their capitalistic business acumen. And they must have killed all the nerves in their butts long ago, to be able to sit in the same position for hours as they ride all over the country.
This particular entrepreneur was all the way in the upper Northeastern most corner of Cambodia, as far into the middle of nowhere as you can get, hundreds of miles from his home province. I watched him as he barely got up a steep hill, motor screaming, as he helped it along by pushing with his feet. Wow.
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