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Niente di più facile... il livello generale di scolarizzazione è imbarazzante ed anche chi ha frequentato, in genere, non ha imparato molto più che intonare l'inno nazionale e venerare il venerabile.
In tal modo ai vicini di casa (che sono sempre più vicini...) rendono le cose più semplici
 
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Ghostville senza gli odiosi farang...
many properties for sale now on Dongtan Beach in Jomtien:
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Dichiara il sindaco: Pattaya diventerà la prossima Miami, similmente a Singapore e Dubai.
Pattaya Mayor Sonthaya Khunplume has revealed ambitious plans to transform the resort into a truly world class tourist destination, on a par with the likes of Dubai, Singapore and Miami.
Speaking to Sophon Cable TV on Tuesday, Mr Sonthaya said that the project to develop the resort (dubbed Neo Pattaya) will play an important role in the Eastern Economic Corridor, which aims to spur business, investment and development throughout the eastern seaboard.
When tourism finally resumes, more quality tourists, generating even more income will visit the resort, Mr Sonthaya predicted.
Eventually, Pattaya will become not only a better place for tourists, but will be much improved for people living and working in the city.
The mayor cited Singapore, Dubai and Miami as examples for Pattaya to follow in its bid to become a world class resort, which eventually would include an exciting nightlife, lots of activities for families and a diverse economy.
The mayor added that Old Town Naklua, Koh Larn, Bali Hai Pier, Khao Thap Phraya, Pattaya Beach Walk and Jomtien Beach have all been earmarked for redevelopment, in addition to the upgrades planned for Walking Street.
The news comes as local officials and business leaders, including the mayor himself, were told Pattaya must end its reliance on foreign tourism.
 
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