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More than ten thousand million baht generated during Chinese New Year in Phuket

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4 hours ago, indepth said:

Your spot on madmitch. But some people will take every opportunity to say negative stuff about LOS. 

Okay, now for some positive news............

 

Yesterday, shopping in Big C here for some bacon to have with a nice bacon sandwich in the morning, I was surprised to see that there was not one bit of bacon left in the chillers or on the shelves – – they had been cleaned out of all bacon products.

 

Someone suggested that because it was the year of the pig, the Chinese had bought as much as they could to have some sort of feast with it because it may be lucky, who knows?

 

Now here's the positive thing, if we can entice more Chinese to come to Phuket in the year of the dog, this might solve the soi dog problem which we are currently having, especially if we organise night-time tours of the smaller sois............

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32 minutes ago, xylophone said:

Okay, now for some positive news............

 

Yesterday, shopping in Big C here for some bacon to have with a nice bacon sandwich in the morning, I was surprised to see that there was not one bit of bacon left in the chillers or on the shelves – – they had been cleaned out of all bacon products.

 

Someone suggested that because it was the year of the pig, the Chinese had bought as much as they could to have some sort of feast with it because it may be lucky, who knows?

 

Now here's the positive thing, if we can entice more Chinese to come to Phuket in the year of the dog, this might solve the soi dog problem which we are currently having, especially if we organise night-time tours of the smaller sois............

 

They could turn it into a tourist attraction. 

 

Night time dog hunting safaris, and BBQ'ing your catch at the end of the safari is included in the tour price.  🙂 

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