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  1. #9312
    Quote Originally Posted by PartyAnimal  [View Original Post]
    I suddenly see a spurge of posts pointing Indians out. Confused on what scams they have done to be singled out? Did not experience any such thing in other SE Asian countries but Thailand seems to be different?
    Quote Originally Posted by RobertLong  [View Original Post]
    I tried to get a lady from Craigslist to meet with me and she asked which hotel I was staying. When I told her Ambassador she didn't show up. When I texted her and asked why she didn't show up, she said you are Indian and I know your tricks, I replied that I was not Indian and she didn't reply back.

    Don't stay in Hotels that are primarily Indian, Sri Lankan, Bangladesh etc. To bad because I actually like the Ambassador. I get a tower room on a high floor with a city view and the buffet breakfast is one the best, especially if you like Indian food. 55555.

    RL.
    Quote Originally Posted by Smoothy  [View Original Post]
    Unfortunately, there have been too many BS scams pulled by Indians, Arabs and Africans so the girls don't trust them. I feel bad for the guys from those areas who are good guys, but the fact is that there are a lot of bad apples in those particular barrels.
    PA, I see that you post often in the Indian forum. Maybe you can ask a WG next time you are in Thailand and report back.

    RL, I like Indian food too but some of the premises dominated by and catering to Indians do smell of curry in the hallways too! Too much for me. In fact, some of the hotels / service apartments I have stayed at over the decades are owned or sometimes catering to the Indian business travellers. It is an interesting change in demographics.

    I am with Smoothy on expanding the list. Have seen many ladies get stung by the group. I guess it helps to be smooth talker. But then again, those girls or girls in general are not the sharpest.

  2. #9311
    Quote Originally Posted by Smoothy  [View Original Post]
    Unfortunately, there have been too many BS scams pulled by Indians, Arabs and Africans so the girls don't trust them. I feel bad for the guys from those areas who are good guys, but the fact is that there are a lot of bad apples in those particular barrels.
    I suddenly see a spurge of posts pointing Indians out. Confused on what scams they have done to be singled out? Did not experience any such thing in other SE Asian countries but Thailand seems to be different?

  3. #9310

    Canadian Club Pre-Mix

    Hi.

    This may sound stupid but I'm wondering if pre-mix Canadian Club with Dry is available readily in Pattaya and Bangkok? It is popular here in Australia and I find it better to drink in the heat instead of beer.

    Any and all help is appreciated.

    Thanks Rob.

  4. #9309
    Quote Originally Posted by Horatio  [View Original Post]
    I have been in Thailand 5 months. I left once to Malaysia on a visa run. I kept all my visas up to date. I left Thailand a few days before the last visa expired. I went to Cambodia, with the plan to go to Vientiane Laos after leaving there. I changed my mind about Laos and did not enjoy Cambodia so headed back to Thailand.

    Going through the reentry line I was pulled aside by the man who stamps the reentry visa and sent to talk to another guy. He seemed concerned that I had been in Thailand for 5 months and wanted to know when I was leaving. I told him I would leave within the month and pointed out I had followed all the visa rules previously. He asked to see my tickets showing I was leaving. I did not have any. He told me to go to the internet cafe there and buy one. I argued politely, that buying a ticket that way would be expensive as I would not be able to price shop in a short amount of time. I am leaving to go back to usa and tickets prices are all over the place.

    He had asked me to show him money that I could afford to stay in thailand. I only had $200 USD and 500 thai baht, but showed him debit cards and told him they had $3000 and $4000 on them. Eventually he stamped my visa giving me another month. I was with him 15 to 30 minutes, or so it seemed. .
    You could just buy a refundable ticket and refund it after you get past immigration.

  5. #9308
    Quote Originally Posted by Horatio  [View Original Post]
    I have been in Thailand 5 months. I left once to Malaysia on a visa run. I kept all my visas up to date. I left Thailand a few days before the last visa expired. I went to Cambodia, with the plan to go to Vientiane Laos after leaving there. I changed my mind about Laos and did not enjoy Cambodia so headed back to Thailand.

    Going through the reentry line I was pulled aside by the man who stamps the reentry visa and sent to talk to another guy. He seemed concerned that I had been in Thailand for 5 months and wanted to know when I was leaving. I told him I would leave within the month and pointed out I had followed all the visa rules previously. He asked to see my tickets showing I was leaving. I did not have any. He told me to go to the internet cafe there and buy one. I argued politely, that buying a ticket that way would be expensive as I would not be able to price shop in a short amount of time. I am leaving to go back to usa and tickets prices are all over the place.

    He had asked me to show him money that I could afford to stay in thailand. I only had $200 USD and 500 thai baht, but showed him debit cards and told him they had $3000 and $4000 on them. Eventually he stamped my visa giving me another month. I was with him 15 to 30 minutes, or so it seemed..
    I read up on what you went through when looking up Thailand visa requirements. The site I read claimed you needed a return ticket, and 300 $ cash (10 k baht) to be allowed entry else Thailand wouldn't let you enter. I assumed it was to avoid people trying to enter as a refugee attempt.

  6. #9307
    Quote Originally Posted by Horatio  [View Original Post]
    He asked to see my tickets showing I was leaving. I did not have any. He told me to go to the internet cafe there and buy one. I argued politely, that buying a ticket that way would be expensive as I would not be able to price shop in a short amount of time. I am leaving to go back to usa and tickets prices are all over the place.
    Be aware that a lot of countries won't let you in without a return ticket. Technically the airlines are not supposed to let you board if you do not have a return ticket or resident visa or the like. This is not rigidly enforced but I wouldn't want to risk doing it too often. You could get stuck if you come back to somewhere like Thailand and are refused entry as the airline would be responsible to return you to the country you just left. If you don't have a visa for that country, assuming you cannot get one on arrival, you might end up spending some time at an airport try to figure out what to do next.

  7. #9306

    My experience with returning to Thailand and visa

    I have been in Thailand 5 months. I left once to Malaysia on a visa run. I kept all my visas up to date. I left Thailand a few days before the last visa expired. I went to Cambodia, with the plan to go to Vientiane Laos after leaving there. I changed my mind about Laos and did not enjoy Cambodia so headed back to Thailand.

    Going through the reentry line I was pulled aside by the man who stamps the reentry visa and sent to talk to another guy. He seemed concerned that I had been in Thailand for 5 months and wanted to know when I was leaving. I told him I would leave within the month and pointed out I had followed all the visa rules previously. He asked to see my tickets showing I was leaving. I did not have any. He told me to go to the internet cafe there and buy one. I argued politely, that buying a ticket that way would be expensive as I would not be able to price shop in a short amount of time. I am leaving to go back to usa and tickets prices are all over the place.

    He had asked me to show him money that I could afford to stay in thailand. I only had $200 USD and 500 thai baht, but showed him debit cards and told him they had $3000 and $4000 on them. Eventually he stamped my visa giving me another month. I was with him 15 to 30 minutes, or so it seemed.

    Some possible things that might have made this easier for me are -1. To have had some kind of exit ticket, maybe the plane ticket or maybe just some cheap bus ticket out of thailand. And- 2. Maybe to have had more money with me or an ATM receipt that showed my balance. Ultimately though I got through with a bit of begging and politeness. The worst thing that seemed possible going through this would have been me having to buy tickets at the internet cafe there, so the worst would not have been a catastrophe.

    I post this so others can see what might happen when traveling here. Things worked out okay for me, but it was stressful. Maybe others here can point out how I could have faired better. Anyway this is just my experience for what it's worth.

  8. #9305
    Quote Originally Posted by Syzygies  [View Original Post]
    Sorry to switch to girls. Can only talk about what I have experienced. I have no clue how often Thai men change shirts. Have occasionally met a stinky taxi driver, but not that often.
    In the discos, clubs and bars, the absolute worst thing, at least for me, is the smell of friggin cigarette smoke. All over my clothes, and anywhere where you have hair.

    This is in addition to guys who don't showier, wash their hair daily, stink from sweat, body odors from certain foods they eat, and shirts not washed after every day of wear.

    The first thing I do, after I get back at night in Pattaya (or back home in the US) is shower and put all of clothes in the washer or in a bag to drop off at the laundry (when in Pattaya). And then I use deodorant before I go to bed. LOL. Guys are the worst, compared to girls. Most of them, most of the time have incredibly poor hygiene. Unfortunately, that's who each of us going after when we take any girl who has already been with any guy that day (besides other issues). Part of the cost of having fun in establishments with guys who have limited $, or will not spend $ on deodorants or fresh clothes. It is what it is.

  9. #9304

    Off the rails we go.

    Happy new year everybody. Why'all need to get out and get laid and create something interesting to talk about. LOL.

  10. #9303
    Quote Originally Posted by Syzygies  [View Original Post]
    This is a very interesting topic to me. I do notice the "old person" smell on some others, even my mother for example. It would be very nave to think my own skin smells perfect even if I cannot notice anything. I bet young Thai girls can detect old skin odour. Thai girls are very keen to clean or scrub off the "Khee Khlai" (dead skin), which seems unnatural, and they probably don't need to.

    I particularly notice that older people have much more problems with bad breath compared to young people. Children rarely seem to have bad breath, teenagers not much, and so on.
    Dead skin cells will shed on their own over time, of course. And I think more of them shed from older skin than younger skin, which can create its own problems. Have you ever gone into an old person's apartment and been hit with that odd "old person smell"? Very often it is actually all of their dead skin cells sprinkled everywhere; on the floor, in the rugs, in the bed sheets, the furniture, throw pillows, clothing, etc. LOL. Quite an unappetizing thought, right? That is why it is important for us older people to scrub off that stuff and send it down the shower drain on a regular basis before it winds up in so many corners of the room and fabrics that normal weekly housecleaning doesn't do the job.

  11. #9302
    Quote Originally Posted by EihTooms  [View Original Post]
    While we're on the subject of cleanliness and body odor, I am not sure if anyone has mentioned exfoliating away the dead skin cells once or twice a week in the shower. This is especially good for men and women over the age of 50 or so. Some say the old skin cells still clinging to the surface of your skin contributes to that "old person smell" that is offensive to virtually everyone.

    Pick up a couple of those rough surface gloves, a dollar or two I guess, in Boots, Watson's or almost any drugstore along with a granular scrub foam or lotion. Doesn't have to be an expensive brand as the scrubbing action with the gloves is what matters most I think. Squeeze out a dab about the size of a grape onto one gloved hand, rub it into a foam with the other gloved hand and get to work scrubbing on everything other than your dick and balls from around your ankles, up your legs, butt, shoulders, arms, hands, neck, ears and the less sensitive parts of the face. The whole thing shouldn't take more than an extra minute or two in the shower. Squeeze and rinse out the excess foam from the gloves and leave them nearby for the next time. Twice a week is probably plenty to keep your skin fresh and free of any associated odor.

    If you have never done it before and are over the age of 50, the first time might produce a revolting swirl of brown gunk going down the drain underfoot. That was clinging to the surface of your body! And there is no reason to believe it smelled just fine! The next couple of times there will be less of that but those dead skin cells are still being scrubbed away. Just add this 2 minute procedure to your shower once or twice week.
    Absolutely. I have always been fastidious about grooming, but now in my early 50's am even more so. Keep the nether regions, chest, and back shaved, pits trimmed, exfoliate the body, et al. Very important.

  12. #9301
    Quote Originally Posted by EihTooms  [View Original Post]
    While we're on the subject of cleanliness and body odor, I am not sure if anyone has mentioned exfoliating away the dead skin cells once or twice a week in the shower. This is especially good for men and women over the age of 50 or so. Some say the old skin cells still clinging to the surface of your skin contributes to that "old person smell" that is offensive to virtually everyone.
    This is a very interesting topic to me. I do notice the "old person" smell on some others, even my mother for example. It would be very na´ve to think my own skin smells perfect even if I cannot notice anything. I bet young Thai girls can detect old skin odour. Thai girls are very keen to clean or scrub off the "Khee Khlai" (dead skin), which seems unnatural, and they probably don't need to.

    I particularly notice that older people have much more problems with bad breath compared to young people. Children rarely seem to have bad breath, teenagers not much, and so on.

  13. #9300
    Quote Originally Posted by EihTooms  [View Original Post]
    While we're on the subject of cleanliness and body odor, I am not sure if anyone has mentioned exfoliating away the dead skin cells once or twice a week in the shower. This is especially good for men and women over the age of 50 or so. Some say the old skin cells still clinging to the surface of your skin contributes to that "old person smell" that is offensive to virtually everyone.
    This is a very interesting topic to me. I do notice the "old person" smell on some others, even my mother for example. It would be very na´ve to think my own skin smells perfect even if I cannot notice anything. I bet young Thai girls can detect old skin odour. Thai girls are very keen to clean or scrub off the "Khee Khlai" (dead skin), which seems unnatural.

    I particularly notice that older people have much more problems with bad breath compared to young people. Children rarely seem to have bad breath, teenagers not much, and so on.

  14. #9299
    Quote Originally Posted by Haven123  [View Original Post]
    The post was about guys. Not about the girls body odor (which I agree is not an issue generally) or using shirts for multiple days without washing.
    Sorry to switch to girls. Can only talk about what I have experienced. I have no clue how often Thai men change shirts. Have occasionally met a stinky taxi driver, but not that often.

  15. #9298
    Quote Originally Posted by EihTooms  [View Original Post]
    While we're on the subject of cleanliness and body odor, I am not sure if anyone has mentioned exfoliating away the dead skin cells once or twice a week in the shower. This is especially good for men and women over the age of 50 or so. Some say the old skin cells still clinging to the surface of your skin contributes to that "old person smell" that is offensive to virtually everyone.

    Pick up a couple of those rough surface gloves, a dollar or two I guess, in Boots, Watson's or almost any drugstore along with a granular scrub foam or lotion. Doesn't have to be an expensive brand as the scrubbing action with the gloves is what matters most I think. Squeeze out a dab about the size of a grape onto one gloved hand, rub it into a foam with the other gloved hand and get to work scrubbing on everything other than your dick and balls from around your ankles, up your legs, butt, shoulders, arms, hands, neck, ears and the less sensitive parts of the face. The whole thing shouldn't take more than an extra minute or two in the shower. Squeeze and rinse out the excess foam from the gloves and leave them nearby for the next time. Twice a week is probably plenty to keep your skin fresh and free of any associated odor.

    If you have never done it before and are over the age of 50, the first time might produce a revolting swirl of brown gunk going down the drain underfoot. That was clinging to the surface of your body! And there is no reason to believe it smelled just fine! The next couple of times there will be less of that but those dead skin cells are still being scrubbed away. Just add this 2 minute procedure to your shower once or twice week.
    Good to hear these simple tips. Cheers for raising it.

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