MÖTLEY CRÜE's NIKKI SIXX: Holiday In Cambodia

MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx has posted the following message in his online diary:

"Tonight is the last show in Japan. We've had a great time. I received some amazing gifts and spent time doing something I've never done: taking photos.

"I was given a great book from a fan called 'The Wall of Fools' by Takeshi Yoro. I'm completely enthralled with this book.

"Paul, Kimo and myself have a very early flight to Siem Reap, Cambodia tomorrow morning. Donna [wife] will arrive at the same time from home. We have so much planned and so little time. She has a killer eye and I cant wait to see the shots she gets too. I've been to the most beautiful beaches in the world and to say im more excited about our holiday in Cambodia and Thailand is an understatement.

"Went to the red light district last night and snuck into a graveyard here in Tokyo and stole some amazing shots (check the fotos section). I went with my good friend Masaki and Paul Brown.

"Life kicks ass being sober...."


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