Election Day in the Morning
Today is Election Day. I went in the morning at about eight to have breakfast. Later I decided to get a moto, drive around in the city for some time and take photos.
This is the royal palace. There is not much activity today, but other than that it does not look so different from other days.
This is the Hotel Cambodia hot very far from the royal palace in the riverside area.
This is the opposite side of the street. Not much activity here as well.
This is the Buddhism Institute, if I got it right. I am not sure what this organization is actually doing.
This is the ‘park’ in front of the Institute. The signs says that this park is actually sponsored by Prime Minister Hun Sen. The Prime Minister does not live fare from here.
This is close by where very poor people live. This is where migrants from the province start their urban carreer.
My moto driver had to go back to pick up another customer at 10:30 am. So I decided to go back to my place as well. I shortly met the other customer. This apparently was one of the more freaked out travelers. He wanted to go to the shooting range. This place is about 10 km outside Phnom Penh and one can shoot all kind of weapons here, among them rockets for only 20$. I found it rather a perfidy to engage in this kind of activity on Election Day.