It's too late, he said he already left.PSD-Kiwi wrote:To the OP, it's been said time and time again...do not come here without a safety net. You'd be surprised how quickly that $2000 you've saved up will disappear if you can't land a job in thr first couple of months, and then what will you do!
My advice, stay home and save up a minimum 6 months worth of living expenses and enough for a flight home before coming to Cambodia.
OP search for Western school in Phnom Penh, also Westline and BELTEI. They all pay around 10-12 per hour. I worked at Western once, and although they advertise for native speakers, there were quite a lot of non native speakers teaching there. What PSD said above is very true.
010 797 625
Building No. 145, St. 608 Corner St. 313, Boeung Kok II, Toul Kork, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
You'll find a lot of schools around that area above.
Loads and loads of guest houses with fan rooms, around the 6 - 8 $ per night. So, around $250 p m. Once you get settled in you can find rooms for $50 pm that you will need to furnish, but have a toilet and kitchen area inside, or apartments from $150 up. Your biggest cost will be food I expect. Go to Lucky Lucky on Monivong Boulevard and rent a Honda Wave for a month. It will save you a fortune in motodop and Tuk Tuk fees while looking for work. Think they are around 60 - 80 $ pm. Just search the names on the inet. All famous places here.