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BANGKOK 25 May 2019 05:00
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Jomtien beach vendors SLAMMED online! “There are no tourists because of you!”

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Some of the deck chair operators are bullies...adjacent vendors have been bullied into not selling someone food or drink if they sit in certain deck chairs in fear of an altercation...

 

My son took the parasail ride and was lifted about 100 feet off the water when the old cloth split sending him into the water...idiots tried to blame him for the incident...😡

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3 hours ago, jackdd said:

So the deckchair vendor listened to the whole conversation and stopped the time of the banana boat ride? Does he do this for every ride?

The blame game is starting.

The decline has set in.

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2 hours ago, johng said:

No Blaring !!!565023473_P_20170213_173547(Medium).jpg.08ee2bdc43ee66018dce9aa73e3a99cc.jpg

Do you think they would mind if I borrowed the sign and put it up facing my neighbor.

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Do you think they would mind if I borrowed the sign and put it up facing my neighbor.
I think they have all been "borrowed" already.

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

But a deckchair vendor said it was all untrue. Wallop Ekwong, 44, said there were eight tourists - four children and four adults. 

Hold it crash bang wallop, what a stitch up! 

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It blows may mind that any tourist would spend their hard earned money with a beach vendor in Pattaya.

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5 hours ago, ExpatPH said:

 

Employee of TOT?

Native tourists you mean?

Photos please.

 

Then new photos after 21 April.

Yes native tourists. Much easier on the eye than the large bodied foreigners in g strings that are usually there.

 

Tourists are tourists. The vendors are flat out. 

 

Very nice fun vibe down there, just hard to get a park.

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A bit surprised the banana boat vendor didn't come back to shore demanding 50,000 baht for damages to the boat caused by the children being passengers in the ride he was towing. 

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Simple, they should set up a triangular course that the banana tow boats go around. The course should take 10 minutes at towing speed. 

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1 hour ago, RobMuir said:

Yes native tourists. Much easier on the eye than the large bodied foreigners in g strings that are usually there.

 

Tourists are tourists. The vendors are flat out. 

 

Very nice fun vibe down there, just hard to get a park.

So where were the pics ??

 

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6 hours ago, johng said:

No Blaring !!!565023473_P_20170213_173547(Medium).jpg.08ee2bdc43ee66018dce9aa73e3a99cc.jpg

I totally agree.

Wouldn't  wish Blairing on anyone.

how awful that would be.  :giggle:

 

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Definately !!....continue scamming foreigners, continue with the taxi and tuk tuk cheats, continue with all the hassles of the 90-day reporting or re-entry permit requirements,  continue Dual Pricing, continue to think all foreigners are stupid and only worth to keep for their money and one bright morning there will just be nobody left and the immigration counters at Swampy will plainly be empty.

 

Up to you.... :jap:

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5 minutes ago, observer90210 said:

Definately !!....continue scamming foreigners, continue with the taxi and tuk tuk cheats, continue with all the hassles of the 90-day reporting or re-entry permit requirements,  continue Dual Pricing, continue to think all foreigners are stupid and only worth to keep for their money and one bright morning there will just be nobody left and the immigration counters at Swampy will plainly be empty.

 

Up to you.... :jap:

 5555  It doesn't seem to matter what goes on in Thailand or what the Immigration police do or what the vendors do or what the policy-makers do or what Mother Nature does or what......you get the idea, people seem to keep coming, and they will continue to come until Thailand has VERY clearly gotten too xenophobic and expensive for its own good. It's heading that way, but it will still take a long time before the tourism well dries up. In the meantime, they don't see any need to change a thing. 

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