The good old days

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Re: The good old days

Post by phuketrichard » Wed Jul 05, 2017 8:11 pm

question Shnoukiebro
where /when was the last place u went that you thought was interesting, that millions of other tourists haven't been too?

I can a name a half dozen in the past year
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Re: The good old days

Post by shnoukieBRO » Wed Jul 05, 2017 8:30 pm

phuketrichard wrote:
Wed Jul 05, 2017 8:11 pm
question Shnoukiebro
where /when was the last place u went that you thought was interesting, that millions of other tourists haven't been too?

I can a name a half dozen in the past year
Kinda pointless question PR, especially since i don't travel especially to AVOID Tourists, like you do, (although i have in the past). Actually i travel to mostly enjoy the experience of being in a different Culture.

Recent trip was to Vietnam/Laos/ Thailand /Cambodia, mostly to see how they had changed since last visit, but also went to new places i never went to before. Incidentally they were nice and chilled, with just 'trickles' of tourists, but nice tourists anyhow.

I also travelled in the low season. Thing is, i tend to avoid so called party places that are too busy with tourists, with the exception of places like Snookie, or Pattaya, which have interesting vibes. Otherwise i'm a traveller who prefers a bit of middle of the road travels, so to speak.

You have to also realise that just because the place you went to didn't have tourists, doesn't necessarily mean that was the case previously. Maybe you just went in the low season. :D

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