Work in Siem Reap

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Re: Work in Siem Reap

Post by georgecash » Thu Dec 31, 2015 10:47 am

Raybull wrote:
Jamie_Lambo wrote:he said on his introducing post that this is his 3rd visit to the kingdom so hes spent some time here before
Yeah travelling in the boonies will teach you alot quick, but one young Aussie kid's idea of holding a convo is different from others. Good luck to the OP, don't forget to renew that visa... if you do, just come down to the Shv meet up and forget about the visas, according to some you'll fit right in! There's even a G'day Mate bar here! ;)
Haha unfortunately the last two times I went only to Siem Reap for a few days, like most people that come to Cambodia! :D
I am currently in Snook and am loving camping out at Outrey, absolutely lovely here, just a shame that I have to leave in a couple of days to Koh Kong!!
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Re: Work in Siem Reap

Post by georgecash » Thu Dec 31, 2015 10:48 am

bkktrapper wrote:
hanno wrote:USD 250 is not going to get you very far in SR these days.

And there are plenty of people working for room and board.

Full time bar tending averages around 500 USD plus perks might seem like a dream job but eventually people go downhill here might not happen straight away but in time most go down hill.
Yeh I've heard that that's around the going price for 6 days a week in SR. I can imagine, but I have to ask downhill in what way?? :)
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Re: Work in Siem Reap

Post by Jamie_Lambo » Thu Dec 31, 2015 3:12 pm

georgecash wrote:
bkktrapper wrote:
hanno wrote:USD 250 is not going to get you very far in SR these days.

And there are plenty of people working for room and board.

Full time bar tending averages around 500 USD plus perks might seem like a dream job but eventually people go downhill here might not happen straight away but in time most go down hill.
Yeh I've heard that that's around the going price for 6 days a week in SR. I can imagine, but I have to ask downhill in what way?? :)
haha spend some time on these forums and you will find out soon enough :plus1:
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Re: Work in Siem Reap

Post by bkktrapper » Sat Jan 02, 2016 8:23 am

georgecash wrote:
bkktrapper wrote:
hanno wrote:USD 250 is not going to get you very far in SR these days.

And there are plenty of people working for room and board.

Full time bar tending averages around 500 USD plus perks might seem like a dream job but eventually people go downhill here might not happen straight away but in time most go down hill.
Yeh I've heard that that's around the going price for 6 days a week in SR. I can imagine, but I have to ask downhill in what way?? :)
People dont exactly come here to sort themselves out more the opposite.
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