Maybe it was the fact that the DVD player was in the open air collecting dust or that it was only a $50 special but either way the Tuk Tuk DVD player has not been functioning well for about 3 months now. Lucky for us, local Sommerville d-grade celebrity and all round good guy, Mr Tom Mail, helped us out and donated a new (at least new in 2008) Panasonic, top of the range stereo/GPS/DVD player. We redesigned the layout of the tuk tuk to have it hidden away from dust and potential thieves under the seat and added in the ...
August 26, 2016Adrian Paschkow
Tuk tuk theatre has partnered with BBC. No not the British news station but Building Bridges for Children who operate in Pursat. They run an interesting concept that is different to most NGO's. You see they don't just believe in helping the poor in Cambodia. They see only helping the poor they see it as a way of segregating the Cambodian people when we should be looking at more inclusive model. In recent times there has been an increase in middle class Cambodians who often miss out on the opportunities for education that the poor people get as ...
May 8, 2016Adrian Paschkow
Put pa pa put put bang.... The last thing I heard before the tuk tuk came to a grinding halt a good 20 kms from Pursat and 5 kms from the nearest town. Of course it happened in the middle of the day (think 41 degrees with a real feel of fry an egg in 5 secs) at the bottom of a hill. I have an elderly retired teacher to help push, sorry Rob but you're no longer a spring chicken, and no water to drink. Things are looking bleak. Lucky for us 4 motorbikes come along with only 10 people between ...
April 25, 2016Adrian Paschkow