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    Quote Originally Posted by terry57
    I reckon BLD really likes his shirt, seems to wear it in a few of his travel threads.
    In the Tropics one must dress for success and to impress the ladies , Tomorrow i will wear an equally fetching shirt terrence

    Alright then, fuk you terry, ive changed to the blue one , very stylish it is to i might add Just the thing for down on the gun range but im keeping these shorts on for another couple of days

    , Time for BLD to ...

    UNLEASH THE INNER RAMBO , FUK YEAH



    I chose the AK 47 because ive heard its the weopon of choice for when you absolutely, positively hafta kill every motha fucka in the room


    I was a little nervous being greeted by an ex khmer rouge soldier holding an AK 47 and wearing a shirt that said, kill em all, he sized me up immediately as being an absolute begginer and fucking beer swilling pussy and took great delight in charging me $50 for about 20 rounds , plus another $3 for some coconuts to shoot at , I saw what these kunts are capable of while at the genocide museum so thanked my lucky stars he didnt charge me more for the fucking coconuts , fuk arguing with that kunt




    My pussy demeanor changed pretty quick after firing of those rounds though , it was kick ass i was like a fat bitch at a buffet and having trouble holding back the drool, it was like being i my own war movie, i wanted more, i wanted to shoot shit, i was a dangerous man ,


    i had heard the stories about being allowed to hire the rocket launcher and blow up a cow i wanted a fucking bovine real bad, hee hee said the Khmer rouge tough geezer we dont do that shit now its illegal , WTF, sex tourists, pedophiles and madmen flock to this country like conservationists to madagascar and this kunt wont let me blow up a cow,

    disapointing that .
    more on that later

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker
    plus another $3 for some coconuts to shoot at
    Did you hit any?

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    This shit is great keep it coming!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rickschoppers
    I have read their nightlife is better than Lao however.
    I would think the nightlife in Bognor is better than most places in Laos.

    Phnom Penh is apparently good fun if you're young, free and single.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker View Post


    Alright then, fuk you terry, Ive changed to the blue one , very stylish it is to I might but Im keeping these shorts on for another couple of days


    That's Brilliant that Innit, love it when I get told to get forked. Gives me the horn like.

    Hey BLD,

    I only change my shorts when I shit in them and even then I second thought it.

    Good thread by the way.

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    Nice thread BLD and great pictures.

    I reckon it's about time they bulldozed Toul Sleng though and put up a better memorial to all the unfortunates who suffered and died there.

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    I don't recall paying to enter the Royal Place in 2010, when I visited PP? I found Cambos spoke amazingly good English. Much better than Thais. Cambos amazingly sane people, considering what happened there in the 1970's. I will definitely go back to Angkor Wat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    Did you hit any?
    That was the second weopon ive ever fired , All but 1 coconut survived .



    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    Phnom Penh is apparently good fun if you're young, free and single.
    That became apparent almost immediately after exiting the airport , some good looking dollys amongst that lot, Theres some pretty decent nightlife to be had by the looks of things


    Quote Originally Posted by cdnski12
    I found Cambos spoke amazingly good English. Much better than Thais
    i was amazed how good there english was, even dealing with tuk tuks and street vendors was a doddle, seem to recall it being a bit of a struggle when i visited in 97,

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    The Kambo's english is so good due to the dedicated professional english teachers who have gone and taught them.

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    While my tour didnt consist entirely of soaking up phnom penhs bar culture , Alcohol is the key to the phnom penh experience





    Cambodians are friendly, hospitable people who seem genuinely grateful for the millions of tourist dollars fuelling their country’s regeneration. Hordes of motorcycle, rickshaw and tuk-tuk drivers wait patiently outside every bar and hotel. They harass you with a smile and it is hard to be annoyed. Besides, they offer good value. $2 (8,000 Cambodian riel) will generally be enough to take you to most places within central Phnom Penh. Short motorbike journeys are only 4,000 riel. Hire a motorbike taxi driver for the evening for $5 and he will wait for you outside every bar and be your friend for life

    A SUNNY COUNTRY FOR SHADY CHARACTERS
    Despite still being regarded as a paedophiles’ haven, Cambodia is cleaning up its act. Severe penalties for foreigners engaging in under-age sex have led to the closure of many whorehouses . Every hotel room has a sign warning guests that they will be reported to police if they invite back girls under 18. But you sense that this poverty-stricken nation still has some way to go. Walking around the city, i was often approached by tuk-tuk drivers offering to take me to see ‒small ladies”. I might be wrong but I got the impression they weren’t referring to there height


    PHNOM PENH IS AN ALCOHOLICS DREAM.
    WITH RIDICULOUSLY LOW PRICES, Happy hours can be found all over town with beer at $1.00.

    I was just scratching the surface in the few days we were there but heres a rough Nightlife breakdown

    No official drinking age
    Most of phnom penhs nightlife catering to farangs is concentrated on the riverfront and the street 51 area, The riverfront offers numerous good pubs and restaurants , while street 51 has girly bars and clubs, most of which get going around midnight
    street 104 and street 136 are dedicated to small girly bars ,

    streets 130 and 140 seemed to be the place to go for live music

    sharky bar and Martinis are the freelancer bars and choch full of tarts and mongerers

    To name just a few


    We went to the long running and popular Heart of darkness bar one night, but i wouldnt recommend it as it seemed to be full of hiso cambos looking for trouble and a sea of tubby farangs on the Prowl for Tiny cambodian poofters

    Like wise the Golden Sorya Mall was mildly depressing being somewhat similar to the bar set up they have in udon thani the locals call THE COW SHED.








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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker View Post

    i had heard the stories about being allowed to hire the rocket launcher and blow up a cow i wanted a fucking bovine real bad, hee hee said the Khmer rouge tough geezer we dont do that shit now its illegal , WTF, sex tourists, pedophiles and madmen flock to this country like conservationists to madagascar and this kunt wont let me blow up a cow,

    disapointing that .
    more on that later

    I always wonder about guns in a place like that. How many people and who women and children have been killed by those things? In Cambodia, you have to wonder. I'd probably be interested in shooting them just because it would be an interesting thing to do but were I to give it a long thought beforehand I might creep myself out of doing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by flashbang
    u hold a rifle like a newb
    thats coz i am a fuckin newb

    Didn't those ex-soldiers show you how to hold a rifle? Never seen anyone hold on to an AK by the clip. That's OK BDL, as long as you had fun. If you bring that AK over to my place, I can show you how it should be held.

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    It looks like PP would be a good place to take a bike tour. I need to look into that in order to see some of the countryside and wind up in PP for a few days before returning to Udon.

    Thanks for the great thread BLD.

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    One of the more entertaining things that I found in phnom penh is talking to farangs. And by that I don’t mean people working for NGOs or missionaries (both of which seemed in abundance ), but the sort of flotsam and jetsom types who seem to have washed up on the mekong shores .They are all a bit mental and all have stories to tell. It seems like the average farang has had about 30 different jobs or careers over the years, all kinds of kunts show up
    The off the plane muscle boys.
    Tthe Perfectly preened ‘stylised’ backpackers (with perfect ratio of beads and bracelets, dreadlocks, hash burn holes in their bob Marley t-shirt)
    Experimental facial hair “Fuck you society, I’m growing a mental beard!”dudes
    People walking around without shoes or flip flips… Come on!

    Drunk fat 50+ men with 20 year old Lao wives, aw fuk just described myself

    Pattaya visa runners, And the most shocking_ Kunts wearing socks and sandals , fuckin laugh a minute is downtown phnom penh




    The walkabout hotel goes 24/7 This place is Monger geezer central










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    When i jumped into this tuk tuk , the driver was intent on trying to sell me a small child for $20 and even had a catalogue to show me who was available, i told him i was only here to have a few beers and check out some temples and the killing fields etc , but he gave me a look of disgust as though i was some kind of a pervert.

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    Checked out of the sunway and caught a tuk tuk over to the King Grand Boutique hotel, small place with very freindly staff , the room had a decent workbench and downstairs was a small swimming pool , cost about $70 a night good deal i reckon





    we hired a taxi and driver from the hotel and set of to have a look at the killing fields and the genocide museum

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    Good report on our charming ville, a boat ride on the river is always good. I usually tell people to visit the torture museum last. Its so depressing.
    Still raining here, a huge storm last nighf resulted in rue pasteur turning into a river. The khmers are cool, apart from the filthy rich pricks and the goverment who like to shoot protesters.
    And the beer can be as cheap as 75 cents on the riverside.

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    we arrived at chueng ek which at first glance, looks less like a site of mass murder than it does some sort of twisted palm springs golf course , chueng ek is located about 16 kms outside of phnom penh and as you enter ( forget how much the entrance fee was) the first thing you see is a massive tower filled with the skulls of the murdered





    Behind the tower were the killing fields , multitudes of shallow graves and even a tree that was used to kill babies or little kids against , bullets were a precious commodity and the khmer rouge didnt want to waste them






    for the entrance fee you are given an excellent audio guide which talks in detail about each area of significance and included a few personal accounts from people who survived the khmer rouge .
    Pretty eerie shit , Sure had the wife spooked




    some evil shit went down here

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    Chueng ek

    Make no bones about it , phnom penhs strangest tourist attraction is not for the faint hearted , quite disturbing actually







    After a couple of hours of mulling over starvation and mass genocide i was feeling very much in need of downing a beer or 10 , so off back to town to find a bar

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker
    this kunt wont let me blow up a cow
    What is the world coming to. Urban legend has it that in the good old days, for the right money, you could blow up a human.
    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker
    flotsam and jetsom types who seem to have washed up on the mekong shores .They are all a bit mental and all have stories to tell.
    This applies further up the Mekhong, as well.

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    Its not all doom and gloom in phnom penh , the airforce bar had some comely wenches and cold beer



    And so did the shanghai bar, .....im feeling much better already




    5'2" of pure unadulterated, uninhibited fun just oozing sex, with breasts unbefitting someone so small ,
    The majority of the girls i saw in phnom penhs hostess bars were crazy fucking hot, healthy looking and dressed better than most suburban mall tarts in ozzie land ,

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    If you were wondering where chuck norris got to, then wonder no more,

    Chuck knocks up a decent dim sum on street 50.



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    The river front is a popular spot for locals to relax







    The scooter rules the road in phnom penh

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    Cambodians seem to have taken the pajama to its ultimate conclusion. They wear there pj,s all day long.



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    Next we headed over to tuol sleng to see what those nasty konts the khmer rouge had been up to








    Thousands of khmers were imprisoneed and tortured here before being carted of to the killing fields to meet there demise

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