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Na rzece Chao Phraya w Bangkoku

Minika74 Wyświetlono: razy 2013-03-05 13:46:01
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Chao Phraya to największa rzeka w Tajlandii. Przepływa przez Bangkok i wpada do Zatoki Tajskiej. Płynąc po niej tramwajem wodnym można podziwiać wieżowce, świątynie - w tym słynną Wat Arun, małe i większe domy. Po wodzie płyną łódki, smocze łodzie, barki i... śmieci. Niebo przykryte jest szarawym smogiem. Niezwykły nastrój o każdej porze dnia.<br />




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    Dear Bora,I am a Thai and I must say I fully agree with your article. The riascm & snobbery that exists in this country is disgusting. It is a weakness that can sometimes be found in sporadic outbursts of aggressiveness as shown in the current border dispute.However, there is hope. The majority of Thais will always vote for the Khmer-friendly red faction and the (violent) reaction of local villagers near to the border to the yellow ultranationalists\' convoy to the disputed temple shows that at least these people have their livelihoods, if not neighbourly good relations ahead any primitive, quasi-fascist & bangkok-centric world view (although many of the border people are mixed Khmer/Lao/Thai stock). Talk to many normal working people and they couldn\'t give a care about the temple. Recent events such as the popular Khmer-Thai Friendship Concert and the efforts of the the Cambodian-Thai Friendship Association (if I remember the name correctly) also point to a positive development in relationships. If the dispute can be settled and trade grows we may well come together as Khmer, Lao and Thai people are closer than most of us realise.RegardsTim

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