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Cancellations must be running pretty high 

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How many lies can be written in an article? Many, especially if the lies come from the government or government organizations!

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1 hour ago, justin case said:

sexpats will be back every year, good bang for their buck, or so they say

 

That lot are a dying breed, quite literally.

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Sadly the military government ruins Thailand in two ways.  They have made Thailand less fun for everyone while not tackling the pollution problems in tourist areas and who in Europe wants to prop up a military government? 

 

The Thai people lose out as they don't heard.  If you want to help the average Thai in your travels, suppose visiting Isan is the best way. 

 

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17 hours ago, Creasy said:

They must think a lot of the world has a muzzled media and internet restrictions like Thailand, and people in Europe live in a giant bubble like the Thais

 

Possibly. But they almost certainly think they can say anything and it will be believed, no matter how absurd, just like it is here.

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20 hours ago, DrTuner said:

Europeans do check the internet before going. Thailand has been negative news only since .. well 2010 or so. Why bother flying a long way when there are better and cheaper destinations closer. Thailand screwed it up in multitude of ways.

And continuing screwing it up on a daily basis. 

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Dont see many tourist from America these days

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Fruit pickers from Myanmar get 200baht a day.  The local green (ma-muang mun felun) mango buyer employs them.  We give them lunch,  most orchard owners do but it's small compensation for a days work....not that their that good as I found another 2 boxes going around after they finished!  That's 50+ kg or a thousand baht of income! So why they here?   If their working for 200 baht a day here, how bad is it in Myanmar?

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