One quiet weekend on a farm just outside of Phnom Penh, the stillness of the afternoon was broken by the familiar chug-a-chug-chug sound coming from this vehicle…

It is fondly called the “Pajero” of the rural villages. It transports products and carries people from the innermost part of the village to the town proper where the town market is. It is a great alternative to moto-dops (moto-taxis) most especially during the rainy season.

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  1. LOL pajero pala tawag dito. wala bang montero jan?:p

  2. an image to see often also in my native Romania :)! greetings!

  3. I’ll bet it goes on FAR dustier and rocky trails than ANY Pajero!!

  4. I can imagine that the pajero is very popular with the local villagers.

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