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  1. I retired to Thailand in part because of the great international reputation of the medical services over there (in contrast to some other places I could have gone to retire). Some years after moving there, I fell down a flight of stairs and broke a bone in my arm really badly necessitating surgery to plate and screw it back together. The op was done in an expensive private hospital in Chiang Mai. Some months later, I returned to my home in Luxembourg. On the way home, the Thai repair job on my arm gave way; in Suvarnabhumi airport in fact, and I then had a 3 day journey
  2. No one could possibly ever say that Thailand, or rather its government, have killed the goose that laid the golden eggs, eh?
  3. My experience of Thai restaurants (the smaller ones at least) is that washing crockery, glassware, cutlery and pots & pans in a bucket of cold water without benefit of detergent seems to be the norm and that is not exactly going to contribute much to germ free hygiene at all!
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