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    Temples and Tuk Tuks
    Temples and Tuk Tuks
    Travels in Cambodia
    The dinner menu at the Aspara had the usual interesting items such as 'Soap' and 'A Fried Monk' not to mention 'Chicken Amok'. The waiter couldn't tell me what amok meant, but I tried it and it turned out to be, not a crazy chicken running around with a cleaver, but chicken pieces in a soup made with coconut milk and lots of spices and coloured a kind of caterpillar - innards green that was very tasty.<br/>Deciphering the menu is half the fun in this mysterious land only just now opening to tourists and travellers. Despite its horrific history, Lydia Laube finds that Cambodia is an ancient, beautiful country populated by friendly, generous people who like to ride motorbikes very fast around corners. Join Lydia, squashed into a taxi with nine or so others, for an unforgettable adventure in Asia.<br/>A new book from best - selling travel author Lydia Laube, whose book <em>Behind the Veil: An Australian Nurse in Saudi Arabia</em> has sold 30,000 copies in Australia alone.<br/>
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    NZ$ 55.99

    Book Author
    Lydia Laube
    Genre Travel
    Large Print 16 Pt Edition (Standard Large Print)
    Wakefield Press
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