Why Phnom Penh?
You might ask, 'why Phnom Penh?' rather than your usual holiday destination. Have you ever wondered what it is like to have women run after you like you're a star? Sick of women who think a man’s duty is to do everything and anything to keep her happy? Sick of paying large amounts of money to have the company of women?
Want to travel to an exotic land where people are friendly and talking to females is as easy as breathing? If you answered yes to any of these questions then Cambodia, and in particular Phnom Penh, may be for you.
You can spot the guys on their first trip to Phnom Penh from a hundred metres (yards). They have a certain look in their eye that states that they can not believe what they are experiencing. It is not easy to describe what can, and does, happen in Phnom Penh to those who have not experienced it. It is like nothing else on the planet and is often described as ‘Disneyland for adults.’ Just imagine a world where, as far as sex is concerned, the role of males and females are reversed. Females become the hunter and males the controlling influence on how often sex is preformed. How does two or more sex partners in one day sound?
Image walking down the street and having nubile women scream after you to come have a drink with them. Not only that but once you have got to know them a little you have the option of them accompanying you for the rest of the night. The cost to you is dependant on how generous you are. You need not even need to discuss how much you will give her the following day as she will say ‘up to you.’ In reality upwards of 50 USD (xe.com for exchange rates) is expected depending on where you find her. This and much more is available in Phnom Penh. Again it is all as easy as breathing.
|Title:||Newbie Guide to Phnom Penh|
|Author:||Single Man's Travel|
|File Size (Kindle):||1599 KB|
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