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              Great photos ILS. Thanks for a wonderful blog.
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                      Thanks, ILS. Interesting and informative blog with brilliant photos. Enjoyed your journey immensely. Jen

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                          Originally posted by Guy, Ormskirk View Post
                          Lots of information and interesting, I also loved the Tuk Tuk story, good job you had plenty of time. On the last photo what has the lady got stuck on her cheeks?...Carol

                          Sorry you added another photo by the time I posted, so it was the street seller.. pic 25
                          I can't remember what it is called. Our guide gave us some to try. Locals use it to protect their skin from the sun. It is solid then when water is added it turns to a paste.

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                            Thanks for the read.

                            My kind of holiday, although I could see what was coming when you mentioned the $20 tuk tuk fare ............Wilba
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