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The Indian Tourists....

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The Indian Tourists. Nice people. They speak good English. Of course, Indians that can afford to travel are "upper-class", not the ones that live on less than 2$ per day.
Many Indian Restaurants sprung up. Never knew the variety of the "Indian-Cuisine". Every province has different menues/dishes. (it's not all about curry).


As an outgoing guy I found it easy to involve Indian Tourists in a casual conversation. Being in Pattaya, at some point, the subject "sex" came up.
I found out that if "sex" is involved, it's strictly a desire of experiencing "something different". They quoted me prices from India for Hostess-Sevices that are a fraction of the Beach-Road Talents in Pattaya. No wonder, Indians not come to Pattaya for "sex". They come here to see another part of the world and can afford to do so.
- On the other hand, I never understood why Chinese come to Thailand. They look bored and detached from everything. No wonder, as they were raised on "China First", long before Donald has entered the scene.

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I'd like to see the stats for RTAs involving Indians.

They walk out into traffic as though they had an invisible force fields protecting them.

I saw 4 them walking down 2nd rd side by side as though they were on a protest march completely oblivious to the traffic & the horns being blown at them.

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2 hours ago, JimmyTheMook said:

Man some really need a stick of deodorant though, bless. 

The massage girls' favourite clients.

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5 hours ago, flyingtlger said:

 

- Me, and only me mentality......

Indian's live in a dog eat dog mentality.....what do you expect?

 

Image result for dog eat dog

 

What is your next cliche that applies to 99% of the world that "Thais are all about the money?"

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I had to work in India for a while and can say that the stereotypes are fairly accurate. Business negotiations are a nightmare and contracts mean nothing...

If you are driving in Pattaya you need to watch out for them. They expect cars to swerve around them. Couple of days ago four guys stepped right out in front of me on 2nd Road near Nova Platinum. Missed them by millimetres...

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I had to work in India for a while and can say that the stereotypes are fairly accurate. Business negotiations are a nightmare and contracts mean nothing...
If you are driving in Pattaya you need to watch out for them. They expect cars to swerve around them. Couple of days ago four guys stepped right out in front of me on 2nd Road near Nova Platinum. Missed them by millimetres...

Didn’t you see them on the side of the road? Or were they not smiling?


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Why are they walking right in the middle of busy streets w/o the slightest concern for the crazy TH traffic??? They won't move at all, many times? Weird!!! MS>

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Russel Peters on Indians being cheap. 

 

 

 

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