As Mass Tourism Heats Up...Locals Feel The Lure Of GraftCarol Livingston
Our guide says: "I call this the disco road," as the car bounces and jounces across the holes on Cambodia's Route 6. The rutted highway winds 300 kilometers from the capital, Phnom Penh, through electric-green rice paddies and impoverished villages to the Angkor archeological complex in Cambodia's northwestern Siem Reap province.
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