Top things to do in PP when visitors are in town

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Just a difference in tastes. You're obviously a little fruity. Oh... i mean... you obviously like it a little fruity... wait... still... damn...
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I used to take my son to the shooting range and the go-cart track. Are they gone now?
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I thought Pav was the Fremantle skipper.
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I may have posted this elsewhere but our last rottie was called Pav. Most Aussies assumed we were Freo supporters but when we told them we are opera fans they'd stare blankly. We'd say "Pav... a rottie ...?" Sigh. "Never mind. (Heathens)" I always thought it was hilarious.
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If you haven't been to martini you haven't seen Pp. It Is slowly becoming a historical landmark.
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logos wrote:If you haven't been to martini you haven't seen Pp. It Is slowly becoming a historical landmark.
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Restaurants down by the waterfront near Naga casino. Coming from Sisowath, turn left just before Naga, go down to the river and turn left again. Typical Khmer restaurants with deafning live music show et crooning showgirls. We had buffalo and eel among other things. They also had beer glasses that look like they're out of a Jerry Lewis lab.
It was fun.
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Why not get adventurous, and fire up the tuk tuk, head out into the provinces, and let them see life outside the Phnom Penh bubble. :hattip:
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takeoman wrote:Why not get adventurous, and fire up the tuk tuk, head out into the provinces, and let them see life outside the Phnom Penh bubble. :hattip:
The new tuktuk is built for out of town trips, so that's definitely happening. Should discuss a CEO outing (no, not closets, a day trip) to the wildlife park or something.
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