- General Mackevili
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Welcome, and we are glad to have you aboard.rogue19 wrote:Hello, I am new in town and would like to garner some help in finding my way around. Specifically interested in fine dining. I would love to find an establishment with a wide range of red wines for myself and companion. I would like to start a topic on this as well at a later date if possible. Thanks and #ENJOY!
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I'm an American who has lived the past 8 years in Southeast Asia, the past 4 in Vietnam. First visited the KoW in 2003 to visit Angkor Wat (glad I first went then, it was still fairly empty) and since moving to this part of the world, have made Cambodia my go-to destination, usually during Tet. It's a nice, quick and inexpensive getaway.
Been to PP a few times, Sihanoukville once a few years ago, SR a few times since 2003, Battambang, and Kep and Kampot. Despite being next door, I find it sufficiently different as to continue to be interesting.
Long-time lurker...this forum is great and I thank the mods and posters for keeping me informed and up to date.
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have lived in various places in Europe, California & Thailand. During my time there, while teaching at Bangkok University, I'd take a trip about every two months and ended up visiting every country in SE Asia (except the Philippines) + India at least once. Visited the KoW for the first time in 2003 - I should have gone way sooner really and like a previous poster stated, I'm glad I got to visit Angkor Wat before it made everyone's bucket list.
I still remember finding an old NatGeo mag at my relatives in the 80's and reading about this strange small country and feeling strangely excited. Well, many years and trips later, that feeling still holds.
Taking the plunge next year and will start over in Asia yet again.
Welcome to CEO. Enjoy yourself.