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Pattaya: Deckchairs will open at weekend - just one problem: There are NO tourists!

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Don't they have somewhere loads of blow up Policemen ?  make a good picture ? even re dress them in beach wear 😄

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2 minutes ago, ignis said:

Don't they have somewhere loads of blow up Policemen ?  make a good picture ? even re dress them in beach wear 😄

"blow up"? 

 

Do you mean pumped up? 

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Sounds perfect , go Pattaya , sit under the clouds and rain at the beach, not be allowed to eat and drink. And when the night comes you can wander the empty streets before going back to the hotel to “take care of yourself.”

 

Ah this is the life ...

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21 minutes ago, Brunolem said:

"blow up"? 

 

Do you mean pumped up? 

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did a search, as there use to lots around..  guess there still laying around someplace as not seen them for a long time......... Appears they are called  'fake cop mannequin of Thailand'

 

 police has installed 200 mannequins dressed as police

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The "old, dead palm trees" in Jomtien are the ones they planted last year. Already about 25% have been cut down. Thai landscape planning at its best!

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Heck, you've got to feel sorry for these people, they pay City Hall good money for their pitches on the beach, but for months now they've had no income and through no fault of their own. I wonder of any of them even got the 5,000 Baht/month pittance from the government? When things resume, even if they can sell food and drink again, their income is going to be 50% of previous levels at best due to social distancing, and probably much less as there simply won't be anything like as many people around. So will City Hall cut the fees they charge the vendors by 50%-75%? Answers please on a postcard to....

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Check the weather forecast for this coming weekend and I think these deck chairs and sunshades would provide ideal shelter from the rain!!

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7 hours ago, webfact said:

Firstly, there was no one to sit down. 

 

Secondly, social distancing meant that he could only have 50% of his previous capacity.

Is 50 percent capacity a problem, when there are no one to sit down...🤔

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8 hours ago, webfact said:

to let the beach regenerate.

Sounds like a new strain of coronavirus.

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who and what regerates beaches??

I have never ever known beaches in Uk to be closed to regenerate ANY ONE ELSE ??

Blackpools fanmous beaches NEVER EVER CLOSE come summer or winter !!!

EXCEPT if have SNOW on them .....

 

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No beer bars, no hooker, what the hell, who needs pattaya then?

Ah I forgot, we just visit pattaya coz of the nice beaches, the nice weather and good food.

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Posted (edited)

      PATTAYA

  Rearranging the deckchairs on the Thaitanic.

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Hurry put some Mannequins in the seats and send a picture to Prayut Chan-o-cha cha . Look at all the tourist?🤣

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"Firstly, there was no one to sit down. 

 

Secondly, social distancing meant that he could only have 50% of his previous capacity." 

 

Thirdly, it does not make much difference if his actual capacity is only 50% of the previous capacity if there are no customers. 

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19 hours ago, webfact said:

But the "new normal" will be quite unlike before and besides their report indicated that there were no tourists and the beach was deathly quiet.

I'm sure the Soi dogs will find them useful.

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