The bananas are small and sweet, unlike the bigger bland ones found in supermarkets back home.
She slices them wafer thin, lays them out on a bamboo tray and brushes them with oil. Then they are dried for a couple of days.
Some of the bananas are grilled before being sold. The grilled ones are especially morish.
Half a kilo sells for a dollar.
Pictured is grandmother and grandfather, like in many Cambodian families they are raising the kids, while the parents try and earn the best income they can (often elsewhere).
It’s a struggle to make ends meet.