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  1. Cambodia. It's a fairly cigar friendly place. You can smoke outside almost anywhere. Indoors, there are many cigar bar and lounges. Some of my favorite places in Phnom Penh: - Rosewood Hotel: outside rooftop bar, the best 360º view of the city, inside: Cigar Lounge - Sofitel Phokeethra: Cigar Chamber (great cocktails as well) - Raffles Le Royal: Elephant Bar terrace, Poolside terrace and PCC cigar chop
  2. Best wishes on your special day! Thank you for being there to help us enjoy our cigars 😉
  3. Happy Birthday Lisa! All the best for many more years of fun, giid health and frienship.
  4. With all due respect, I prefer Cambodian durian 🤗
  5. I am a fan of Durian. In all forms: fresh, paste, ice cream etc.
  6. All the places mentioned are good. I would also add this one: Pacific Cigar Divan 24/F, Euro Trade Centre, 21-23 Des Voeux Road, Central Tel (852) 2530 9388 Fax (852) 2530 9399 Mail Mr Daniel Leung Opening : Mon - Sat : 12:00pm - 12:00midnight Very comfortable, less crowded as not many people know about it. The balcony has a great view of IFC. You cannot bring your own cigars though. You have to buy at the shop there and it is well stocked.
  7. Thank you Sir! We've never met but I feel like I know you a little. That's the magic of FOH. Enjoy the year end holidays. I will light up a skinny for you PigFish in the new year!
  8. Sixteen Tons by Tennessee Ernie Ford "You load sixteen tons (boxes) what do you getAnother day older and deeper in debtSaint Peter don't you call me 'cause I can't goI owe my soul to the company store"
  9. Be happy, it could be worse: allowed to board and then "re-accommodated" à la United 😉
  10. No mention of Santiago de Cuba? It's also well worth trying, although the 11-years is difficult to find outside of Cuba. The 20 and 25-years are difficult to find even in Cuba.
  11. Agreed - as you said: " doesn't actually matter because they're all the bloody same in the big picture." This new Conservative Party government will have to deal with the same real problems in the UK: de-industrialization, stagnant wages and high cost of housing. De-industrialization is largely caused by the very globalization that the post-Brexit UK want to embrace even more. Stagnant wages are mostly due to low productivity growth. In fact, these two problems, to various degrees, also plague EU members like France, Italy, Spain but also non-members like the US, Japan etc...If these problems are not caused by EU membership, I fail to see what leaving the EU will do to solve them. As for the high cost of housing, this is more of a UK-specific issue. But again, leaving the EU will not solve it, unless one believes that Polish plumbers and Czech waitresses are the ones buying real estate in Belgravia and Chelsea. You are right, better get on with my life!
  12. I flew it on BA from London to NYC for my honeymoon trip . Marriage going strong 20 years after. I loved every minute of it (the flight as well as the marriage) in spite of the cramped space and hot windows. Great aircraft, maybe too early for the times. Many of engineers who designed it went on to work on Airbus.

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