A Few Days on the Beach

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Anyway I'm going in March if anyone goes before then, give us an update please. $50 a day for two not bad even if the foods mediocre, I'm hoping for a good experience has to be better than Phnom Penh traffic and rubbish.
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If you're looking for somewhere nice to go in the country, I not to get away at the Pool Suite at the Amansara in Siem Reap, well if you don't mind a short trip to Vietnam, I grab the rock pool villa at 6 senses hideaway in Nha Trang. I like to check out some of you every month like this.
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Pseudonomdeplume wrote: Thu Jan 14, 2021 8:38 pm If you're looking for somewhere nice to go in the country, I not to get away at the Pool Suite at the Amansara in Siem Reap, well if you don't mind a short trip to Vietnam, I grab the rock pool villa at 6 senses hideaway in Nha Trang. I like to check out some of you every month like this.
Well amansara is $1500 a week no food, how you going to get to vietnam nowadays. Total wank your post
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Pseudonomdeplume wrote: Thu Jan 14, 2021 8:38 pm If you're looking for somewhere nice to go in the country, I not to get away at the Pool Suite at the Amansara in Siem Reap, well if you don't mind a short trip to Vietnam, I grab the rock pool villa at 6 senses hideaway in Nha Trang. I like to check out some of you every month like this.
Nice suggestion, but you do realise that it is not possible for tourists to enter Vietnam right now ? Y-know covid and all that. So, yes, go explore Siem Reap, Battambang, Koh Rong, Kampot, Kratie, Sen Monorom, or Banlung, if you want to get out of PP for a break.
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Sorry I haven't been keeping up. I thought most borders were open now
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Atst, you bit
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Pseudonomdeplume wrote: Fri Jan 15, 2021 4:55 pm Sorry I haven't been keeping up. I thought most borders were open now
there are NO land boarders open in asia..
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Have to admit I'm very surprised that anybody would believe or even think most SE Asian borders are open to tourists again, unless they have been completing avoiding the news for the last 10 months or so :)
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jaynewcastle wrote: Sat Jan 16, 2021 12:25 am Have to admit I'm very surprised that anybody would believe or even think most SE Asian borders are open to tourists again, unless they have been completing avoiding the news for the last 10 months or so :)
new form of hibernation maybe?
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Were you aware that 2020 had one of the highest ever recordings of IPOs, and this year is set to break the record, which dates back to the '98/'99 Dot.com Bubble?

No? But money is the most important thing in the world, apart from the generalization: Happiness.

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