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D anish kite surfer Sus Klamer makes the best of a stiff breeze in Sihanoukville earlier this month, while a spare kite lies on the beach. Klamer and her boyfriend, Anders Pedersen, spent three months in the Philippines riding the waves and wind. But when the windsurfing clubs of Thailand couldn't tell them anything of the conditions in Cambodia, they decided to pack their 15 kilograms of equipment (board, kite and harness) and try their luck. So far, they've been impressed. "If it's normally blowing like this, it's pretty good," said Pedersen, from the beach.


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