Nepal and Cambodia

What happens in these countries?
What are they like? What people are like? How does they live?

Not strictly SighSee thread but couldn't get answer on any other board

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  1. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    Nepal gets deadly plane crashes at least once a year. Impressive for a country the size of New York.

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      Not surprised they seem to be very miserable country judging from usually whitewashed Wikipedia. Overpopulated, no economy, people working as slaves in foreign countries

      I'm in Siem Riep now. A bunch of western hipsters trying to find themselves while drinking beers and cappuccino.

      Cambodians are kind, too much touts following me for a taxi, massage or to sell useless stuff.

      It's very warm and has a lazy vibe.

      Any SighSeeners around? I Will be here for quite some time.

      Did they still have post-Misc Pot trauma?

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Did they still have post-Misc Pot trauma?
        no. you are not going to meet and interact with anyone who can remember those times as the people of that age are not going to be speaking english. everyone you deal with as a tourist is younger than 40 so can't remember or didn't live through it. so it might have well not have happened.
        you will possibly meet a lot of orphans though but it might not come up in conversation

        • 8 months ago
          Anonymous

          Good that they got over it. It had to be a real nightmare

          • 8 months ago
            Anonymous

            I don't know if they "got over it" the country is a very poor crazy fricked up shithole even compared to its SEA neighbors, the Thais seem like the Swiss when compared to Cambodians. The collective IQ dropped 10 points and nobody under 40 remembers their grandparents. That can't be normal.

            • 8 months ago
              Anonymous

              >fricked up shithole

              In what ways?

            • 7 months ago
              Anonymous

              >nobody under 40 remembers their grandparents
              how is that possible?

              • 7 months ago
                Anonymous

                all their grandparents got murdered by commies before they were born

  2. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm in Siem Riep now. A bunch of western hipsters trying to find themselves while drinking beers and cappuccino.

    Cambodians are kind, too much touts following me for a taxi, massage or to sell useless stuff.

    It's very warm and has a lazy vibe.

    Any SighSeeners around? I Will be here for quite some time.

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      >lazy vibe.
      Seconding this
      Very mellow compared to places like Vietnam and Thailand

  3. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    >What people are like?
    Cambodians seemed very polite and somewhat meek, at least on the surface. Some professional scammers and touts but the latter don't get too pushy. People who expect to come into contact with tourists speak surprisingly good English - language knowledge is probably considered the golden ticket to fat stacks of USD bills. No concept of food hygiene or keeping your surroundings clean but that's common in the region.
    >How does they live?
    A few filthy rich people and the rest is poor as shit. If you take a detour outside of the city centers in PP/Siem Reap you'll find some serious poverty. Villages too, of course.

  4. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

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  5. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

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    For Nepal? No. It's hard. For india? Yes. It's easy. Maybe in 10 years Nepal will be easy.

  6. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    Anyone here that wants to hangout?No weird neo hippies of course. And if your a sexpest that's ok but promise to not be too creepy or cringy.

    I'm so bored here and here for a long time

  7. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    These are very different counties.

    Nepal has the high, middle and lower Himalayas belt and the three regions may as well be different countries. Lowland nepal is really nice with broad sweeping grasslands and rice paddies. It's a cliche but India minus the filth, overpopulation and Hinduism.

    Middle nepal is a collection of station towns which are only accessible through a single road, many and in a chain. The center is usually taken over by tourism, i could never really work out what anyone does for a living in these places.
    The high Tibetan areas are very remote, sparsely or only seasonally populated, often dominated by ethnic minorities.

    The Nepalese people are friendly, not especially outgoing, generous, but quick to take offense and apt to seek status.

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