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Phnom Penh safety

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Phnom Penh safety
13 years ago, January 5th 2009 No: 1 Msg: #58924  
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Would you carry a hidden money belt on you in Phnom Penh or leave that with your guesthouse?
Mostly I prefer to keep this on me at all times. Reply to this

13 years ago, March 2nd 2009 No: 2 Msg: #64539  
Carry it on you along w/ your passport. You're not going to the beach and doubtful you'll be taking your shirt off along the way..... all though we have heard rumors about you J Webster..... and no one will be none the wiser and you will have peace of mind. Reply to this

13 years ago, March 3rd 2009 No: 3 Msg: #64665  
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True...true... 😊
Although didn't some guy get shot up against a cash machine only a few weeks ago? Reply to this

13 years ago, March 4th 2009 No: 4 Msg: #64708  
(mods, can you delete this pls?)
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13 years ago, March 4th 2009 No: 5 Msg: #64736  

13 years ago, March 4th 2009 No: 6 Msg: #64738  
Just my post qwerty, not the thread =) I don't know how to delete my own post =/ Reply to this

13 years ago, March 5th 2009 No: 7 Msg: #64842  
Now if you go get yourself shot.... maybe you won't need your cash or your passport!?! *shakes head* Reply to this

13 years ago, March 9th 2009 No: 8 Msg: #65451  
I carried my money belt for one day in Phnom Penh then left it at the guesthouse. Its fairly safe. At one point I just had it in my pocket, somewhat hanging out. Just lock it in a compartment in your backpack. But lock all the compartments or its just obvious. Or take your own padlock for the door. A lot of guesthouses in Phnom Penh just have padlocks on the doors. Its all down to how safe you feel rather than how safe you are Reply to this

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