I love the April sky in Cambodia; it’s always full of gorgeous puffy white clouds. Beautiful.
Every Highlander has two houses, one in the village and one at the farm. The farm one is usually a little more than a lean-to, like this one above.
During busy planting or harvesting times everyone lives out at the farms, and the village becomes a ghost-town for a couple months. Kinda erie.
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