Expat Youtubers

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Re: Expat Youtubers

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This guy is pretty good, he lived here from an early age and speaks fluent Khmer. He went to live back in the US a while back but seems to be returning.



https://www.youtube.com/@CamboVlogs
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Re: Expat Youtubers

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angsta wrote: Sun Feb 11, 2024 3:35 pm
Fridaywithmateo wrote: Sun Feb 11, 2024 10:39 am This guy from Cleveland Ohio inspired me to start my channel and interest in streaming … he has evolved from monger-type drunken adventures in Pattaya and worldwide to now a sober hiker/camper/philosopher. He is about to do the Appalachian Trail vlog & and live stream. He is an interesting dude.

https://youtube.com/@CheapCharlieChroni ... hhfX4lu1az
He managed to get in early and find a niche. His old stuff was quality. I live for this!! I find him a touch boring and generic now.
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Fridaywithmateo wrote: Sun Feb 11, 2024 10:39 am This guy from Cleveland Ohio inspired me to start my channel and interest in streaming … he has evolved from monger-type drunken adventures in Pattaya and worldwide to now a sober hiker/camper/philosopher. He is about to do the Appalachian Trail vlog & and live stream. He is an interesting dude.

https://youtube.com/@CheapCharlieChroni ... hhfX4lu1az


Cheap Charlie AKA Billy Blue was seriously lost in the sauce back in the day, entertaining to watch but glad he got his life back on track even if it resulted in boring live streams compared to his glory drinking days. Winning the battle against the demon drink is no easy task, i'm sure we have all seen it take a few good men and women.

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Re: Expat Youtubers

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This guy is okay. He at least makes some effort in his stuff

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Pope2Pope wrote: Mon Feb 12, 2024 6:16 am
Fridaywithmateo wrote: Sun Feb 11, 2024 10:39 am This guy from Cleveland Ohio inspired me to start my channel and interest in streaming … he has evolved from monger-type drunken adventures in Pattaya and worldwide to now a sober hiker/camper/philosopher. He is about to do the Appalachian Trail vlog & and live stream. He is an interesting dude.

https://youtube.com/@CheapCharlieChroni ... hhfX4lu1az


Cheap Charlie AKA Billy Blue was seriously lost in the sauce back in the day, entertaining to watch but glad he got his life back on track even if it resulted in boring live streams compared to his glory drinking days. Winning the battle against the demon drink is no easy task, i'm sure we have all seen it take a few good men and women.

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Indeed … the demon juice can be a MFer. Charlie just celebrated his 3rd year sober. I recall when he started in Pattaya, living in a mouse-trap room with no AC and eating black rice and sugar water. He came a long way and seems to be happy with his new adventures walking the globe. Good job Charlie!
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my favourite youtuber..

work is for people who cant find truffles
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Khmu Nation wrote: Mon Feb 12, 2024 6:43 am This guy is okay. He at least makes some effort in his stuff

interesting blast from the past> First stayed at the Malaysia in 82, when i moved to Thailand in 84, my choice of hotels was the crown on soi 6. closer to Soi Cowboy and nana

Cheap Charlies on soi 11 was the place to hang out late and score ur weed:
You could meet some interesting characters there and all drinks were 80 baht


than heading to the original Thermae after 1 am( closed in 96) often referred to as the "star wars " bar
https://www.stickmanbangkok.com/weekly- ... ndary-bar/
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Re: Expat Youtubers

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Khmu Nation wrote: Mon Feb 12, 2024 6:43 am This guy is okay. He at least makes some effort in his stuff

This guy is excellent. I really like his stuff. The dude he is interviewing also has some quality content on his channel. His tiger in Thailand videos are excellent.

Cheap Charlie was just a kid having a few too many beers. He got older and wiser. It was hardly leaving Las Vegas.
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angsta wrote: Mon Feb 12, 2024 2:09 pm
Khmu Nation wrote: Mon Feb 12, 2024 6:43 am This guy is okay. He at least makes some effort in his stuff

This guy is excellent. I really like his stuff. The dude he is interviewing also has some quality content on his channel. His tiger in Thailand videos are excellent.

Cheap Charlie was just a kid having a few too many beers. He got older and wiser. It was hardly leaving Las Vegas.
Yep Karl in Thailand - lovely feller who used to spend a lot of time in Cambodia as well

Lots of adventure vids on his channel

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Re: Expat Youtubers

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John Bingham wrote:This guy is pretty good, he lived here from an early age and speaks fluent Khmer. He went to live back in the US a while back but seems to be returning.



https://www.youtube.com/@CamboVlogs
I second the recommendation.

The guy gives an insight into Cambodian culture that I really enjoy.

Maybe he starts interviewing random Cambodians just like the Japanese ones do about various aspects of the culture someday.
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