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Pattaya is dead, or is it?


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1 hour ago, RickG16 said:

re there literally no holidaymakers under the age of 40? I mean Western

I spotted a young Estonian couple the other day. Does that count as Western ? 

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19 minutes ago, Sticky Wicket said:

Jeremy Corbyn looking a bit ropey

This is the Brits worst nightmare after Brexit. That confused and worrying look . 

 

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3 minutes ago, Pilotman said:

you wouldn't notice the difference mate 

There is no street in Pattaya that you can't score on.  None.  Nada. Zip. 

 

Tell me what other town in the world is that also true. 

 

If you are a priest or nun this might not be a good thing but for the rest of us normal males it's fun, fun, fun. 

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1 minute ago, marcusarelus said:

There is no street in Pattaya that you can't score on.  None.  Nada. Zip. 

 

Tell me what other town in the world is that also true. 

 

If you are a priest or nun this might not be a good thing but for the rest of us normal males it's fun, fun, fun. 

If that is the only way you judge a place, well, up to you. 

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     Ah, yes.  Another 'Pattaya is Dead' thread, keeping the tradition alive lo these many years.  Somewhere, JSixpack is smiling.  And, as always, it has brought out all the posters who just can't quit Pattaya, try, try as they might.   From north Thailand somewhere, from Mommie's basement somewhere, from near Rayong somewhere, from places not as fun somewhere, from all sorts of somewheres, we know they secretly want to be here.  But, the poor things are somewhere else and all they can do is read and comment about Pattaya on ThaiVisa--and dream. 

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15 minutes ago, balo said:

This is the Brits worst nightmare after Brexit. That confused and worrying look . 

 

Well, he wants to adopt the Norwegian model of trading with the EU after Brexit, so what is so scary about that?

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my 2 baht what the hey... I would consider myself an 'retired old timer' as I don't go to the bars or P4P anymore, and I do remember well 10 and 20yrs ago. back then it was IMO less crowded, more relaxed, more real sanuk, and a bit cheaper too. Mobile phs were an expensive rarity, there were far fewer 'police check points', few Russians/east Europeans, and hell if I remember seeing younger falang couples pushing baby strollers all around town, and most pooying were thinner.

 

but compared to the ussa both today and back then, patty is insane debauchery, an alcoholics' dream, and exotic (unless perhaps you're wandering one of the malls at noon). until you can out drink, out screw, and out party this town, it's still crazy fun... comparatively speaking.

 

not dying, but changing.

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14 hours ago, swissie said:

just to discover that they could have had the same thing on Mallorca, even cheaper if Air-Fare costs enter the equasion.

you are saying I could do boom boom in Mallorca? I was there for five days and did not hear a word about it.

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37 minutes ago, Pilotman said:

If that is the only way you judge a place, well, up to you. 

1.  Good restaurants per square meter?   Pattaya winner.  2.  Less pollution than CM or Bangkok?  Pattaya winner.  3.  Better shopping than Rayong?  Pattaya winner.  4.  More quality hospitals per person?  Pattaya winner.  5.  Best and cheapest and most entertainment per squar meter?  Pattaya wins by a mile. 

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