Dec 14 2011
One of the many great things about Southeast Asia is the fresh produce markets. They’re a fascinating (and photogenic) insight into how regular people just get on with their lives. Often though you don’t even need to head to the market — as this hand-operated sugarcane press snapped in Phnom Penh indicates. Set between a couple of impromptu fuel bowsers behind the Foreign Correspondent’s Club, this makes for a refreshing late afternoon thirst quencher — and at a fraction of the cost of an iced latte upstairs.
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