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9 minutes ago, spidermike007 said:

From my point of view, the whole social distancing thing is nonsensical, when you have no new cases, and Covid appears to be completely gone from the land. Distancing from what exactly? The ghost of Covid? The imaginary Zombies? 

From 'dirty foreigners"

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Hearing that the Tree Town bars were given a visit last night.

 

And there is a much reported walk along Thappraya with an inspection of its Restaurants/Bars.

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So on day 13 since this 'announcement' any progress?

 

Yeah, you can have a drink in the restaurants but the bars?

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5 hours ago, spidermike007 said:

From my point of view, the whole social distancing thing is nonsensical, when you have no new cases, and Covid appears to be completely gone from the land. Distancing from what exactly? The ghost of Covid? The imaginary Zombies? 

It's now all about mass control

the ''new normal'' as they said

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3 hours ago, Traubert said:

So on day 13 since this 'announcement' any progress?

 

Yeah, you can have a drink in the restaurants but the bars?

Oficially the bars are still closed.

Few bars with a restaurant licence try to open

but it's not going to last long if in fact their main activity is not to sell foods

 

https://thethaiger.com/news/pattaya/pattaya-officials-threaten-bars-masquerading-as-restaurants-with-closure-video 

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Had a nice beer on the beach at new restaurant just past Mike's across from the raised part on the beach. She had just opened. Had food but was happy for people to just drink. No girls annoying for drinks so nice and peaceful. 

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On June 16, 2020 at 1:36 AM, JensenZ said:

I can see a lot of beer bars in the Soi Buakhao/LK Metro area opening, and maybe some gogos that had deep pockets, but the high overhead bars on Walking Street won't open until a lot of international tourists return, and only if they've struck up a good deal (concessions) from their landlords. Their wasn't great business before covid struck, so the going will be tough.

 

If Pattaya City Hall wants to retain Walking Street as a tourist attraction, they should be injecting a lot of cash to help the struggling businesses.

Why would they throw good money into bad nvestments ?fact is there are about 50 percent too many bars and 50 percent fewer customers. And at least 50 percent, ( probably 75) unattractive gals in most bars.

cull the herd, it'll only make the good bars more profitable with more attractive woman. And the heffers can go back grazing on beach road.

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On 6/4/2020 at 11:43 PM, NCC1701A said:

so does each girl have her own hand sanitizer? 

 

or just one time at the door? 

For a known ladykiller and filthy farang like you it will be nothing less than a full body condom or they won't let you in.

 

Roadrunner noted that Chequers Bar Sukhumvit Soi 4 was open the other night. Other than that it was pretty much dead, despite the lifting of curfew.

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58 minutes ago, Leaver said:

I posted this advertisement a while ago for a gogo for sale on LK Metro.  

Did you get any takers?

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1 hour ago, Leaver said:

Many are on fixed incomes, and have been for years.  They have seen the cost of living here rise significantly, yet their pension remain the same. 

 

They have also seen their own currency weaken significantly, whilst the baht has strengthened. 

Yes the famous scissor effect

 

in the last 10 years, most of the prices for the

daily cost of life in Thailand has increased by 50 % and the exchange rate

from most on the western currencies against the baht has been a lost

around 50 others %, so it's a global loss of 100% of their puchasing power 

 

They are broke

At least most of the ones still here, the less wealthy have already 

been gone for a long time

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