The ten commandments for living in Thailand
Bangkok resident Greg G has put together a pretty interesting list making up his Ten commandments for living in Thailand.
What do you think of the list?
#1 Posted: 27/10/2009 - 05:18
6th June, 2009
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It was kind of funny - but it's very Bangkok centric.
I don't EVER, EVER get hassled by "touts" where I live. NOBODY EVER asks me if I want to buy a new suit.
I might be lucky in this regard, but I have never been in a conflict with a Thai in my city. So I never had to say I was sorry when I was right (In Bangkok there was one "incident" in which I had to vacate the premises fairly quickly after an altercation with a Thai - but that was almost unavoiadable).
#2 Posted: 27/10/2009 - 10:21
I lived in small town Thailand so my experience was quite different. No touts, just lots of people yelling 'Hello what you nem!"
#3 Posted: 27/10/2009 - 17:42
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