Bar for Sale in Kampot

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Re: Bar for Sale in Kampot

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Yeah, the yoga posers and granola crunchers are getting pretty righteous in Kampot. A month ago some Ruski listed about twenty "positive constructive" suggestions about how to improve Kampot on the FB notice board... Projects included moving girlie bars out of the old downtown. Of course, the poster got many likes and commendations.

It's so funny. Half the expats in Cambodia have probably picked up a girl in a bar like that at least once or twice or a few times... Yet the irony is, about Kampot, so long as it isn't visible on the surface, the posers can pretend it isn't happening. Even if they are doing it in secret themselves in a private hotel, club or house.

Anyway, Kampot was pretty crazy when I lived there in 2015... I saw A LOT of devious and very illegal things going on among the locals and foreigners both...
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Re: Bar for Sale in Kampot

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Doc67 wrote: Sun Oct 29, 2023 9:03 am
Jerry Atrick wrote: Sun Oct 29, 2023 8:21 am
Doc67 wrote: Sun Oct 29, 2023 8:05 am I'm sure the neighbours will be pleased when this vulgar eyesore closes and something useful and productive replaces it.
Before it closes some schmuck has to deem it worthy of buying for 16k

Until then it's staff can continue the very important task of upsetting the vegan nimby crew next door at simple things
That would be too much of a coincidence.

He might just get so fed up with funding it and dealing with the drams and accept his rent deposit. It will still cost the new tenant a few bucks to de-sleaze the place and get rid of the pool table.

Edit: I wonder which came first - the vegans or "sweethearts"?
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