In and Around Siem Reap

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In and Around Siem Reap

Post by EdinWigan » Sun Jun 29, 2014 12:50 am

I know that this forum and 'another one' (the Scottish Play rule applied) have a chat/membership bias to Phnom Penh, this is of course great and reflective of our membership but I just thought it might be nice to have a little thread for those members from Siem Reap or those who aspire to be.

I nice place to chat about the place and even make new friends. Yes, yes, I know there are loads of Facebook pages about there but Hey! it is only one thread and it might just attract some new members.

A nice little oasis, where Teachers can play peacefully with Lawyers, where new arrivals will be welcomed and not looked down on because they been here since the time 104 Street was a field.

It would be nice and hopefully not become another Bitch Bash for those heavy weights from PP but a time for a new little CEO seed to grow in Siem Reap and blossom, with the help not hindrance, of it big friends in PP

Just a thought

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Re: In and Around Siem Reap

Post by StroppyChops » Sun Jun 29, 2014 1:00 am

:popcorn:

(I hear a lot of people from PP go to SR.)
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Re: In and Around Siem Reap

Post by EdinWigan » Sun Jun 29, 2014 1:06 am

StroppyChops wrote::popcorn:

(I hear a lot of people from PP go to SR.)
I found it totally different to PP, much more of a townie feel to it. I would like somewhere in town and access to a little somewhere out of town in the sticks, rather like the :dragonchase: has. I love experiencing the really nice, basic life style as long as I am back for the Rugby League, :D
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Re: In and Around Siem Reap

Post by StroppyChops » Sun Jun 29, 2014 1:07 am

I think I'm possibly more SR but Mrs Stroppy is definitely more PP, and definitely beats possibly.
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Re: In and Around Siem Reap

Post by flying chicken » Sun Jun 29, 2014 1:21 am

Stroppy turn off your pseudo missionary of thing. Eating wildlife and Oz national animal of representive. Mr Stropy think that, it is fine Mrs Stroppy shared the same thought. Running over those poor wallaby and Knagaroos for good bbq off the coast of Brisbane.
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Re: In and Around Siem Reap

Post by Born-Confused » Sun Jun 29, 2014 1:35 am

FC, I think you need to seek some help - seriously!
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Re: In and Around Siem Reap

Post by flying chicken » Sun Jun 29, 2014 1:39 am

I share your sentiment Stroppy. Flat asses and slim. Rather than while chicks than chicks in Newcastle overestimated their surf board.
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Re: In and Around Siem Reap

Post by EdinWigan » Sun Jun 29, 2014 1:45 am

Mr Chicken, with the greatest of avian respect, can we not just keep this thread on topic, there are loads of others, more apt, for you to spit feathers in m8 :bow:
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Re: In and Around Siem Reap

Post by flying chicken » Sun Jun 29, 2014 1:52 am

EdinWigan wrote:Mr Chicken, with the greatest of avian respect, can we not just keep this thread on topic, there are loads of others, more apt, for you to spit feathers in m8 :bow:
I bet you changed your mind. :beer1: hehe...
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Re: In and Around Siem Reap

Post by flying chicken » Sun Jun 29, 2014 2:02 am

Whomever coined the word yellow-fever....they were partially right in their analysis. Over 10 precent of thai's economy depends on tourism and 3d workers.
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