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You make eye contact with the m/c drivers and step into the road at a steady pace while maintaining eye contact. Magically they all miss you (cars and busses as well), while in Thailand they woul

With the Thailand visa regulation clampdowns , I decided to go and have a look in Vietnam about a potential relocation .    I went to Danang , there seems to be plentiful of Condos available for

Much of the stuff written here is claptrap and the opinions of holiday blowins. I have lived in Vietnam almost 13 years. Never been hit by a motorbike, I rent a large 4 bedroom, three bathroom villa i

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4 minutes ago, kenk24 said:

Me too, but I will refrain - you saw her first. 

 

Isn't there still some kind of law in Vietnam making it illegal for a foreigner to stay overnight in the same place with a Vietnamese woman other than his wife???  Doesn't that crimp the recreational activities a bit?

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2 minutes ago, sanemax said:

She was gorgeous , unfortunately not available , couldnt speak English , but was happy to have her photo taken

 

Re speaking to young women, I've always found the speaking part to be highly overrated.... :tongue:

 

Re the photo above, the one on the left looks kind of Thai to me....

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3 minutes ago, White Christmas13 said:

road fatalities in Vietnam is about 24 Thailand 36

Yes, but you are unlikely do die if you get hit by a motorbike , thus it wouldnt be counted as a fatality 

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13 minutes ago, TallGuyJohninBKK said:

 

Isn't there still some kind of law in Vietnam making it illegal for a foreigner to stay overnight in the same place with a Vietnamese woman other than his wife???  Doesn't that crimp the recreational activities a bit?

I don't know - - never been to Vietnam - I was in Laos many years back and they had some laws that frowned upon it... 

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Just now, kenk24 said:

I don't know - - never been to Vietnam - I was in Laos many years back and they had some laws that frowned upon it... 

They have laws in Laos that if you have sexual relations with a local , you can get a US$5000 fine and get deported , although I havent heard an cases of that law being enforced

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5 minutes ago, sanemax said:

Yes, but you are unlikely do die if you get hit by a motorbike , thus it wouldnt be counted as a fatality 

Educate me I thought if you die on on road never mind what vehicle hits you 

it is classed as fatality so you only include cars buses and trucks and if you

get killed by a motorcycle is just karma?

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4 minutes ago, White Christmas13 said:

Educate me I thought if you die on on road never mind what vehicle hits you 

it is classed as fatality so you only include cars buses and trucks and if you

get killed by a motorcycle is just karma?

If you don't include motorbikes the fatality should be nearly zero 

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Just now, White Christmas13 said:

Educate me I thought if you die on on road never mind what vehicle hits you 

it is classed as fatality so you only include cars buses and trucks and if you

get killed by a motorcycle is just karma?

What I meant was that your statics and road deaths in Thailand and Vietnam doesnt show that Thai roads are more dangerous than Vietnamese roads .

  If you get hit by a motorbike , you probably wouldnt die and thus wouldnt be counted as a road fatality .

  What are the motorbike accident statistics for Thailand and Vietnam ?

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