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BANGKOK 19 August 2019 04:27
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Pattaya's shame: Foreigner leaves blood on the sidewalk

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1 hour ago, kannot said:

Pattaya.........and  the  rest  of  Thailand  has no  shame

Fortunately, the rest of the world has enough to make up for the lack of it.

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Not apparently, obviously. 

Lol,yes. Until then I didn’t know you could obviously be to close to something as pedestrian as a retaining wall and a sidewalk.
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A minefield of pitfalls, encroachments on public walkways, hanging wires, head height poles, vendors cart awnings to poke your eyes out, ropes, trash, you name it. The city should be renamed Hazardland-by-the Sea, Pat-trashaya, Chuckalot, Rubbishtown, Graftville, Pothole Heaven, Stinktown and so on. Talk about self-created damage to the image.

 

This city has so much potential to be cleaned up block-by-block. But, one can only dream.

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2 hours ago, HLover said:

Fortunately, the rest of the world has enough to make up for the lack of it.

Fortunately, this blog is about Pattaya and Thailand if you didn't notice.

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Dig his safari suit. Reminds me of the laundry lists in many Thai hotels that have only changed in price over the years.

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1 hour ago, Benmart said:

Fortunately, this blog is about Pattaya and Thailand if you didn't notice.

I notice every time a story begins with, in France-in the USA and back in the UK.

But thank you for your sweet reminder. The name 'Thai Visa' was a giveaway prior to your keen insight though, genius.

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in all fairness, he could have,  just slipped over any place along there, on some Chinese gob, or poo on the sidewalk. can't just be city halls fault all the time. :whistling:

 

Pattaya, The new Clarke Quay of Asia. :smile:

 

Get well soon. old fella.

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Many roads/sois have no sidewalk and the sidewalks that do exist are full of obstacles, holes, uneven surfaces and are narrow, rarely can 2 fat farangs walk side-by-side. Pattaya doesn't seem to be designed or engineered for pedestrians.

 

Pattaya has a wonderful opportunity to become pedestrian and family friendly, by repairing all of the existing sidewalks and adding nice sidewalks to all heavy pedestrian traffic streets.

 

 

 

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12 hours ago, Humpy said:

So the restaurant staff must have been aware of this obstacle. A simple cone over the obstacle would have been a good idea.

Where does he get the cone from? Buy it himself or remove it from another obstacle. 

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1 minute ago, mickymouse1 said:

Why BJ IS NOT  FEATURED IN THIS PICTURE? or he doesn't love Taya?

He doesn't want to arrest his buddy the mayor for negligence, for only starting building but not completing the bus stops/bush shelters.

Maybe the mayor might have to explain where the rest of the budget allocation has gone, while showing BJ around in a new car.

 

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City Hall probably gave the works contract to the lowest bidding sub-contractor!!

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Them damned foreigners coming here and tripping over our lovely (Assault courses) i mean pavements and leaving their blood all over the place....... Obviously a case for Hakpal !  Solution, remove the foreigners !  As Thai logic says, "The accident wouldn't of happened if you wern't here".......

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