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There is a G-8. I dont know if there is a G-7 (but I could be wrong. Usually am) The G-8 includes all of the above countries plus Russia. I wonder why Thai officials left of the Russians??

Russians already got 30 days on entry, regardeless of land or air border.

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passport holders in countries not mentioned, just wait, the immigration people are debating whether to give us 45 days or

maybe... wait a minute please...

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I am dutch, damned

Sweden, Denmark, Lichtenstein, Andorra, Norway are not privileged either, but the UK, those folks with highest mortality rate in Thailand, absolutely and as a percentage.

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passport holders in countries not mentioned, just wait, the immigration people are debating whether to give us 45 days or

maybe... wait a minute please...

You wish ?

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Having favoured arrangements for certain 'special' countries is hopelessly illogical and seemingly entirely consistent with the Thai/Asian business culture. Like children with sweeties in a playgroundsmile.png. Give it a couple of years and it'll be different again.

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What are the limits to visa runs? I live near the border. I can forget the 800k deposit and just make a visa runs.

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What are the limits to visa runs? I live near the border. I can forget the 800k deposit and just make a visa runs.

unlimited

Only at Chong Chom. Others have a three max and your out police.

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I m french and I ve been to satun on the 4th of november.... they gave me only 15 days...(?)

Perhaps they hadn't got the notification yet.

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knew the 15 day rule wouldn't last - they are losing too many tourists. More Thai ineptness ...

Not according to TOT I have been here for 7 years and listened to dribble like that every year. I don't need any one to tell me I just walk around the streets a little bit and it is obvious that there is morre tourists.

What about the Commonwealth of Australia? Home to the most civilised and cultured people on the planet!

What about them ? I could perhaps understand this preferential treatment likewise being afforded to the indigenous tribes in Australia but to open it up to what is in fact a majority of decendants from convicted criminals then perhaps your question is answered

I was just wondering how true your statement was:

Over the 80 years more than 165,000 convicts were transported to Australia.[1] The number of convicts pales in comparison to the immigrants who arrived in Australia in the 1851–1871 gold rush. In 1852 alone, 370,000 immigrants arrived in Australia. By 1871 the total population had nearly quadrupled from 430,000 to 1.7 million people.[2]

So in 1871 - 10% of the popular were convicts....

Well studies have shown that 1 out of 3 have criminals in their background. As far as the gold rush went a lot of them moved on to Canada.

It wasn't until; the early 90s that Australia taught the truth about there not so humble beginnings. Even then they left out the part where they would not have made it if it hadn't been for the native population.

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What studies? I'd love to read them. but of course you can't furnish them can you?

Never let the facts get in the way of a good story.

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Flame removed.

OK chaps, let's keep it civil.

Holidays are waiting.

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