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Thai Cabinet approves two more long weekends for November, December


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Drop 300 per day in lost wages, spend 1000 per day in the shops, that'll work!

Last time we had a long weekend, my friends drove from Bangkok to Hua Hin. The journey took 7 hours! They said they would never travel on a long weekend again.

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33 minutes ago, RotBenz8888 said:

 

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The government could promote the Motel concept, which was very successful in the U.S. The Roach Motel: "They do check in, but they don't check out!"

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Great. Only government employees and private school teachers get paid. Everybody else works. Parents at my kids school will blow up, in their don't lose face, Thai way.

There seems to be a disconnect between economic reality and wishful thinking here. Bit like Alice in Wonderland.

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36 minutes ago, petedk said:

 

Last time we had a long weekend, my friends drove from Bangkok to Hua Hin. The journey took 7 hours! They said they would never travel on a long weekend again.

It's to be expected, however if you leave very early in the morning, even on long weekends the traffic is bearable.

On the other hand, every popular spot from IG/FB is flooded with selfish wannabe models and photographs.

This annoys me more than the traffic...

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17 hours ago, PatOngo said:

Drop 300 per day in lost wages, spend 1000 per day in the shops, that'll work!

National holidays for who... civil servants while everyone else has to work?

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