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Pattaya moans: Nothing but rude Indians, Chinese and Arabs - "they treat the place like they own it"

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Ahhh... bemoaning that dual pricing doesn't work on these nationalities...

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47 minutes ago, Samui Bodoh said:

 

But, you'll still take their money, right? 

 

Are you suggesting that excuses bad manners?

 

 

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6 minutes ago, chrisandsu said:

Yes for sure there is a few decent places one of my favourite places on earth is in Thailand (won’t say where)it’s beautiful and rural but not good for tourism !

 

Smart man, keeping it a secret.

 

A lot of my favorite places in the world have virtually no tourism, but that's what keeps them great, affordable, and not inundated.

 

Edit:  Reminds me of the Eagle's song, The Last Resort:  "Call someplace paradise, you can kiss it goodbye" (I may be paraphrasing...)

 

 

 

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17 minutes ago, impulse said:

 

Smart man, keeping it a secret.

 

A lot of my favorite places in the world have virtually no tourism, but that's what keeps them great, affordable, and not inundated.

 

Edit:  Reminds me of the Eagle's song, The Last Resort:  "Call someplace paradise, you can kiss it goodbye" (I may be paraphrasing...)

 

 

 

You can check out any-time you want but you can never leave.

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

 

Sophon Cable TV on Facebook quoted Sanpetch Supphabowonsathian, head of the Eastern Seaboard Hotel Association, as saying that the boat show week was a great success

They've been trying very hard to big up the boat show, but whatever the hotel occupancy rate, I question how many of them were there for that reason. I was there on Thursday, and it was very quiet - hardly surprising really, as there were only half-a dozen or so boats exhibited, and nothing remarkable. There were actually more Harley Davidsons on display than boats. Apart from that a few marquees with a small number of equipment suppliers, a couple of food stalls, some of the international schools, a few other specialist bits and pieces, and that was it. It's a dog and pony show, and I can't imagine international buyers jetting in for what was on offer.

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