Are Cambodia and Thailand Switching Places?

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Re: Are Cambodia and Thailand Switching Places?

Post by vladimir » Sun Jun 22, 2014 11:45 am

Thailand looks after its environment, Cambodia actively destroys it.

Beaches in Thailand and here, diving etc. no contest.

The people here are still the country's biggest asset, wish a certain personage would realise that.
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Re: Are Cambodia and Thailand Switching Places?

Post by Cowshed Cowboy » Sun Jun 22, 2014 12:20 pm

vladimir wrote:Thailand looks after its environment, Cambodia actively destroys it.

Beaches in Thailand and here, diving etc. no contest.

The people here are still the country's biggest asset, wish a certain personage would realise that.
So true Vlad, years ago when I crossed the border from Malaysia to Thailand I really felt the people made a positive impression on me, I now get that feeling when I go from Thailand to Cambodia.
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