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
Setting up is not really a hard task. This is how we arrived at one of our Schools, Kandiang, that is currently without power. Lucky we have our own power supply built into the tuk tuk. Got spare change burning a hole in your pocket? Why not make a difference in some of Cambodia's poorest villages. Good karma for you, great excitement for the kids. Contribute Here
July 20, 2015Adrian Paschkow
Exciting days for Tuk Tuk theatre. We did our first test run out in the village of Svay Ath and let's just say that the results were successful, but how could they not be? Coming into the village we played some music so that everyone came out of their huts to see the noise. Once the kids saw us they waved and started to run after the tuk tuk down the road to the small school grounds in the village. There were kids coming down the roads and through peoples' properties. The excitement was easy to read and inspired us ...
June 22, 2015Adrian Paschkow