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ISSUE:  097
DATE:  November 15, 2002
TITLE:  Hobo TRAVEL TIPS - Pai Thailand - Never Talk About
TIP:  Never Talk About
LOCATION:  Pai Thailand

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Hobo TRAVEL TIPS - Pai Thailand - Never Talk About
Issue 97 Hobotraveler.com - November 15, 2002
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A Hobo trip around the world. Year 5

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            Pai Thailand
~   HOBOGUIDE.COM (Go this way)
            Pai Thailand Cloud Forest
~   TODAY’S TIP - .Never Talk About
           2 Dangerous Subjects
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PAI THAILAND
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PAI THAILAND

Sorry
Having problems with Chinese or Thai letter trying
change the text. The computers here changes the
text. Sorry.

Hello,
I am in Pai. Pronounce like bye, but with a P.
It is northwest Thailand. A jumping point for
trekking, rafting and off-road vehicles to visit
the local Indian tribes, plus a few caves, and
waterfalls It would probably be better
to say the indigenous people.
But you know what I mean.
The local people that live in the hills.

PROMISCUOUS TRAVELERS
I was having trouble getting in touch with
my feminine sides. What do I feel, and what
do I know. I finally realized. I am in a very
promiscuous part of Thailand.

A first generation non-Iranian girl labeled
Thailand as a Promiscuous culture. I have
been thinking about her statement for the
last 2 months. She was talking about their
quickness to hop in the sack with travelers.
a.k.a. Sex.

I cannot say that Thailand culture is sexually promiscuous.
I will say there is an overabundance of prostitutes.
But the normal people seem the opposite.
It is a land of extremes.
You cannot point your foot at a person, but
they will give you soup to eat with a chickens
foot inside. Confused to me and a normal
country.

Promiscuous behavior is like intimacy.
You cannot use either word without people
instantly thinking of sex. But I am quite sure
that the traveler here are extremely promiscuous
in there choosing of tours, and totally lacking
in emotional intimacy with the locals.
It is sort of a Disneyland where anything
goes, as long as its fun.

The tourist are indiscreet in their choices of
how to behave, therefore promiscuous.
You can get them to do anything.
Sell them a 4 wheel drive trip. Elephant rides,
or which every way is prevalent and makes money.
Rent them a motorbike, or whatever. All is for sell.
The noise and traffic is terrible. In a small town,
too many hippie way. But a very beautiful place.

South American Tour companies are Saints
in comparison to Thailand. This remind me a lot
of promiscuous behavior in Costa Rica,

MOTORBIKE PROBLEMS
I was on the bus with a girl from Israel.
She said,
“I hope they have internet in Pai.”
I asked,
“Why?”
She said,
“I need to write home and tell my mom
that it was not me that got killed.”

Israel is small, and word travels fast.
An Israel guy was killed in a motorbike
accident on November 6th, 2002
in Chang Mai, Thailand.

Go this way is about
Cloud Forest over Pai

The tip is on the 2 most dangerous
things to talk about when traveling.

Just another day in Paradise!
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PAI THAILAND CLOUD FOREST

There is a place over the rainbow and
through the woods that is magical and
mystical. A place that will give you a
spiritual awareness.

“Waking up inside a cloud.”

My mind is remembering this experience
and trying to recall the places and times when
I was in similar environment.

Panajachel Guatemala
Orosi Valley, Costa Rica
Banos, Ecuador
Tena, Ecuador
Amazon River Basin
Coroico, Bolivia
Aguas, Calientes Peru
Lucerne, Switzerland
Delivering newspapers in Indiana

Rainforest, Cloud Forest, Monsoon Forest
and other names for these climate conditions.
Some would say simply,
“It’s a foggy morning.”
And this is totally correct.
A time when the paperboy is running through
the neighborhood and cannot see more than
15 feet in front of his feet.

FOG
I now think of fog as when a cloud decides
to drop from the sky and lay on the ground.
I woke this morning in a cloud.

RAIN, ALTITUDE AND LATITUDE
There are foggy days all over the world.
The British make jokes in a dry and
distinctly British dry way,
“I saw the sun the other day.”

What I am experiencing now is combination
of how close I am to the equator. The amount
of water that is in the air due to rain, and how
high I have climbed the mountain.

I have climbed a mountain in warm weather
and walked into the clouds.

So I am somewhere over the rainbow.
a.k.a.
Also known as
Pai, Thailand
I wake every morning in the clouds.
A magical feeling, and a good place
to take a deep breath of mountain air,
and say
“Thank You.”

PAI THAILAND
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NEVER TALK ABOUT

1. RELIGION
2. POLITICS

I was told this 20 years ago in Mexico.
I can say that this is still good advice
when traveling in 98 percent of world
countries.

DANGEROUS
It is dangerous to ask questions and talk about
these 2 subjects in most countries of the world.
The world is full of inconsistencies, ambiguities,
and unclear behavior. Talking about these truths
just makes people nervous and angry.

RECOMMENDED BEHAVIOR
I would recommend that you ask
very simple and misleading questions
about religion and politics.
Make no comment.
Go home and write a book.
or publish in a webpage.

If you really need some fun and excitement.
Take pictures.

Just another day in Paradise!
PLAN YOUR ESCAPE...
Be a Hobo, and leave your mark.

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As always, these are suggestions. Please realize I am
giving guidance, and there are always other opinions.
“One mans paradise, is another mans hell
This way we do not all go to the same place.

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VISIT BURMA REFUGEES
I was handed a flyer telling me to go visit the refugee
camps of Burma., Sounded interesting. The flyer
also ask me to donate money. It told me exactly how to
donate, but gave me no clue where or how to visit
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