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    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma was pretty depressing for me.

    #96686
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    1981. Russia hadn’t fallen yet. The place was all so dreary and everything was gray. The food was bland. The people all looked like they were suffering from a chronic case of depression and alcoholism. Not to mention they took my passport and wouldn’t let me out of the country in the middle of the night! Interogating me for hours with BS questions.

    #96702
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    November 2002 in Mon Cai, Vietnam near the China border.
    I’m sorry Michelle, I don’t mean to say that Vienam isn’t nice for me, the country scenes are beautiful, but my bad souvenir in MOn Cai was that I afraid to death when the Vietnamese hotel clerk telling me that they lost my passport. I got to wait for a few days to get my passport back.
    Since, I’m afraid to go back to Vietnam again, sorry to say that:)

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    [Message last modified 04-11-2005 06:01pm by simoneek]

    #96718
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    Orange and a Anaheim, Long Beach.. so dangerous almost got shot.

    #96735
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    nashville, tennessee— aint a damn thing to do
    dont ask y i was there

    #96752
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    ^ I like Nashville!! There’s plenty to do there. Ever heard of honky tonk’in?

    I’d have to say Watertown, South Dakota. Small town life, blah.

    #96768
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    The most beautiful place I have ever been to was no other than my beloved Angkor Wat of Cambodia. The worst place I have been to was Basilan Island, Philippine. Smell of bake fishes in the morning with coconut oil, arose with tropical humidity, and smell of feces coming from nearby toilet. And worry about my head being cut off by those bandits.

    #96784
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    Lost 10 minute in back alley of Bangkok shanty makeshift shack. The balmy stench of stagnant open sewage boil under hot sun was thick enough to choke you instantaneously. I ask the driver to return me to the hotel across the airport.

    #96801
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    [i]Originally posted by simoneek[/i]
    November 2002 in Mon Cai, Vietnam near the China border.
    I’m sorry Michelle, I don’t mean to say that Vienam isn’t nice for me, the country scenes are beautiful, but my bad souvenir in MOn Cai was that I afraid to death when the Vietnamese hotel clerk telling me that they lost my passport. I got to wait for a few days to get my passport back.
    Since, I’m afraid to go back to Vietnam again, sorry to say that:)

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    [Message last modified 04-11-2005 06:01pm by simoneek]

    Hey Simoneek!! You must learn some tricky politics from those Yuons!! Because they tried to make up a series problem to you…Then, they will be accusation at any kind of NONE reason, by forcing you into the Jail and paying a grant money to trade that situation. Or maybe, you will be death by they accuse you’re betray who arrive in without pass port…So!!! From now on, You know that ah Yuons are NOT good to us Khmers, right!! No more defend on them

    KLB.

    #96814
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    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by simoneek[/i]
    November 2002 in Mon Cai, Vietnam near the China border.
    I’m sorry Michelle, I don’t mean to say that Vienam isn’t nice for me, the country scenes are beautiful, but my bad souvenir in MOn Cai was that I afraid to death when the Vietnamese hotel clerk telling me that they lost my passport. I got to wait for a few days to get my passport back.
    Since, I’m afraid to go back to Vietnam again, sorry to say that:)

    ….

    [Message last modified 04-11-2005 06:01pm by simoneek]

    Hey Simoneek!! You must learn some tricky politics from those Yuons!! Because they tried to make up a series problem to you…Then, they will be accusation at any kind of NONE reason, by forcing you into the Jail and paying a grant money to trade that situation. Or maybe, you will be death by they accuse you’re betray who arrive in without pass port…So!!! From now on, You know that ah Yuons are NOT good to us Khmers, right!! No more defend on them

    KLB.[/quote]

    Thank you Bong Komlost for your advice. I hope you don’t mean to say this to Michelle, because Michelle is very nice to us.

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