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  • Gordon_M

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    Hi all, i know this may seem odd and to most stupid but i was reading an article(i have it in my faves somewhere) about smoking weed in cambodia, the women writing the article was saying how relaxed it used to be, that you could go to a market in siem reap and at the back theres a woman selling herbs and so on but she also sells weed. I was wondering how easy it is to get a bit for a smoke, how dangerous it is actually buying it and the quality, also i heard about a pizza place where you ca order a happy herbs pizza which has weed in it, i know this may seem like an irresponsible question but any information is appreciated, thanks for your time reading this

    #1 Posted: 12/7/2006 - 19:43

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  • BUCKSBLOKE35

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    HAPPY PIZZA'S AND MILK SHAKES ARE SOLD IN LOTS OF PLACES IN PHNOM PHEN AND SIEM REAP.SOME PLACES EVEN ADVERTISE IN VARIOUS TOURIST INFORMATION PAMPHLETS ETC,SOME EVEN DELIVER TO YOUR HOTEL.

    HAVE A SMILEY TRIP.

    TONY

    #2 Posted: 13/7/2006 - 04:23

  • somtam2000

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    Gordon,

    It's not longer openly sold in the markets like it once was, though it is still pretty easy to seek out should that be what you're after. It is not however legal -- so discreation is well advised.

    The pizza places very tremendously -- the pizza is generally so bad anyway, and you end up with a huge ball of plastic cheese sitting in your stomach -- I'd much prefer a few Beer Laos...

    #3 Posted: 13/7/2006 - 09:31

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    Oh and I forgot to mention -- as per Bucksbloke, a friend from when I used to live in Phnom Penh had a habit of ordering a happy pizza for delivery "without the pizza" -- he never had any problems!

    #4 Posted: 13/7/2006 - 09:33

  • wolfman

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    the days,you could buy ganja easily in the herb-section of the russian market in p.p. ,are over! nowadays you still can score-f.e.the motodop-drivers-but it´s neither legal nor quality. sometimes you might be lucky-take it with a smile! the pizza service still works-nothing to write home about,just the average smoke. as i mentioned before; sometimes you might be lucky........

    #5 Posted: 13/7/2006 - 17:31

  • CunningMcFar

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    some folks over on TT have been reporting that police have asked Happy Herbs in PP and LP to stop the happy. Is the end nigh for the Happy Pizza?

    #6 Posted: 13/7/2006 - 20:48

  • CunningMcFar

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    some folks over on TT have been reporting that police have asked Happy Herbs in PP and LP to stop the happy. Is the end nigh for the Happy Pizza?

    #7 Posted: 13/7/2006 - 20:49

  • wolfman

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    i doubt it.police in p.p. or elsewhere in the country asks a lot. in most of the cases it´s all about money. the odd little bakshisch-thing. hope this goes on for another couple of years. but,as you know,times are a-changing!

    #8 Posted: 14/7/2006 - 15:26

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