Kampot - costs of living

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Re: Kampot - costs of living

Post by canucklhead » Fri Jun 15, 2018 10:55 am

Ya! No one has ever thought of that!
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Re: Kampot - costs of living

Post by shnoukieBRO » Thu Jun 28, 2018 10:08 am

Kampot appears to have low rental costs. I met someone who's built on land really cheaply too he obviously is married to a Khmer, etc.

It seems that you can live cheaply BUT the place gets damned boring real quick and I didn't find the kind of expats there particularly interesting or sociable. If you like a simple life Kampot may seem a good choice but wether it will also be soon ruined by the Chinese is another question.

If you choose Latin America there are better and friendlier countries than Ecuador.
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Re: Kampot - costs of living

Post by Beerinthemorning » Thu Jun 28, 2018 10:36 am

shnoukieBRO wrote:
Thu Jun 28, 2018 10:08 am
Kampot appears to have low rental costs. I met someone who's built on land really cheaply too he obviously is married to a Khmer, etc.

It seems that you can live cheaply BUT the place gets damned boring real quick and I didn't find the kind of expats there particularly interesting or sociable. If you like a simple life Kampot may seem a good choice but wether it will also be soon ruined by the Chinese is another question.

If you choose Latin America there are better and friendlier countries than Ecuador.
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Re: Kampot - costs of living

Post by cannabistourist » Thu Jun 28, 2018 10:44 am

shnoukieBRO wrote:
Thu Jun 28, 2018 10:08 am
Kampot appears to have low rental costs. I met someone who's built on land really cheaply too he obviously is married to a Khmer, etc.

It seems that you can live cheaply BUT the place gets damned boring real quick and I didn't find the kind of expats there particularly interesting or sociable. If you like a simple life Kampot may seem a good choice but wether it will also be soon ruined by the Chinese is another question.

If you choose Latin America there are better and friendlier countries than Ecuador.

I do not understand why people need other people to live ? Being alone and quiet is a chance !!!
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Re: Kampot - costs of living

Post by violet » Thu Jun 28, 2018 11:09 am

cannabistourist wrote:
Thu Jun 28, 2018 10:44 am
shnoukieBRO wrote:
Thu Jun 28, 2018 10:08 am
Kampot appears to have low rental costs. I met someone who's built on land really cheaply too he obviously is married to a Khmer, etc.

It seems that you can live cheaply BUT the place gets damned boring real quick and I didn't find the kind of expats there particularly interesting or sociable. If you like a simple life Kampot may seem a good choice but wether it will also be soon ruined by the Chinese is another question.

If you choose Latin America there are better and friendlier countries than Ecuador.

I do not understand why people need other people to live ? Being alone and quiet is a chance !!!


It's nice to have a choice. And some people come from large families where there were always people around. Some are extrovert. Other people are introvert. What's not to understand? Different strokes for different folks. There is not one way.
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