Don’t be a Dik!

Now that things are starting to open up, we once again find ourselves back at our local weekend market place. Of course, this does mean a lot of foreign travellers coming back to Thailand in the next few months. There will be some new stringent guidelines for people visiting but the one thing that is lacking is a check to see if these people are complete Diks! This is the problem we have on this planet where the people have forgotten that it is a shared planet and they need to behave in an orderly and friendly manner to get along. If you plan to come to Thailand, how about leaving your Dik behaviour back in your home country!

Thonburi Market Sanam Luang 2
ร้านเครื่องเสียงน้อยประดับยนต์. สนามหลวง2

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