Introduce Yourself

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Kratom123
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I’m kratom matt married to a Khmer with a beautiful daughter. I want a football team she says no way . I work in the fields . Tough life but wouldn’t have it any other way
Smoking Joe Conrad
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Hello,

Travelled in the region since 1992. Lived since 2008.

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AllAboard
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Long time lurker, now reformed!
Singsling
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Swiss exiled in Australia then moved to Singapore after 10 years enduring their accent. Finance, Forex and Tits, not especially in that order.
GreenMeat
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Retired American. First came here 5 years ago after wandering around Asia and really loved the country and culture. Moved here permanently about 3 years ago. Have a tutor that I meet with several times a week to learn the language but it is slow going.
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Rockers
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Hi Been living in the region since the late 90s. I have a young family - well my kids are 13 and 10. Damn time flies!

Got a couple of adult kids back home and 3 adorable grandchildren who come visit me once a year and I go home once a year to see all of them and take care of any business.

Got a few little schemes on the go out here to keep me busy and provide a little beer money. I did teach but quit a few years back when my pension kicked in.

Thanks for having me here. I look forward to making a positive contribution.
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Kung-fu Hillbilly
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Rockers wrote: Sun Nov 10, 2019 1:02 pm Hi Been living in the region since the late 90s. I have a young family - well my kids are 13 and 10. Damn time flies!

Got a couple of adult kids back home and 3 adorable grandchildren who come visit me once a year and I go home once a year to see all of them and take care of any business.

Got a few little schemes on the go out here to keep me busy and provide a little beer money. I did teach but quit a few years back when my pension kicked in.

Thanks for having me here. I look forward to making a positive contribution.
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Rockers
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Huh?
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Kung-fu Hillbilly
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Rockers wrote: Sun Nov 10, 2019 4:30 pmHuh?
Yeah, yeah.
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bsteivel
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I am living in america and wish to retire to asia. I've looked at the retirement visa for thailand but they are requiring to keep too high a balance in a Thai bank plus take out medical insurance. I already have a good policy in the states so don't need to change. What are the requirements for a retirement visa in Cambodia?
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