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Sihanoukville Bars Update


This week, our forum members went fishing at the seaside and took a trawl through the Sihanoukville bar scene. Here’s what they came up with. Independence Beach: The best beach bars were razed last year as a sacrifice to the…

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Something actually happened in Cambodia in June – an airplane crashed, killing 22 – mostly Korean tourists. From what I can ascertain, a company (named ‘PMT’; let’s not make any quips about flying in the wrong time of the month)…

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Let it Be


A while back when I was reclining on the loungers of a certain beach shack on Occheuteal Beach in Sihanoukville, I noticed that their rickety sign post had an array of large rusty nails sticking out at just the right…

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Bike Rental Crackdown in Sihanoukville


Travellers considering renting a motorbike while in the coastal resort of Sihanoukville/Kompong Som should be aware that the authorities are currently insisting that foreigners carry a Cambodian drivers license. This post comes from local resident and business owner, “Laud John”…

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Another Peach at the Beach: The Good Girl Quandary


What is really possible with a good girl? In the months after my brief affair with the buxom peach, I often thought of that afternoon when I ravished her creamy young body on the shabby leather couch – and I…

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Sihanoukville Whirlwind


Having been out of Phnom Penh for a couple of weeks on a combination business trip with a few holiday days thrown in for good measure, I found myself eating out a lot on, or around, the beach, Snooky, Sihanoukville,…

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A Warning to Flame Jugglers 4: Musings Mid-Struggle


The man continued to hum. I couldn’t recognize the melody, bar the fact that it was odious. This man plainly did not study the strains of Sisamout or Sothea. Lessons needed to be taught. I realised, somewhat resignedly, that I…

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A Warning to Flame Jugglers: The Second Round


I knew that the early rounds would be crucial. In those lusty periods we would work each other out. Like little old ladies at the market, we would discover each other’s weaknesses. We would prod and probe; these would not…

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