Hello from Bangkok everyone,
I flew to Bangkok from Milan for only 174 euros including all taxes and I show you how to find these deals on my new website: “TheDromomaniac.com: The Science and Philosophy of One-Way Travel” where I encourage people to travel around the world on one-way tickets and give details about how to approach it: http://thedromomaniac.com/
I also have a blog where I give my favorite things to do in Bangkok that most people wouldn’t include, but it’s a big city with a lot to offer.
I have traveled for most of the last 24 years and I like to think I have good practical information or at least some ideas to mull over. In fact, it would be tragic if I didn’t after all that traveling!
I hope you enjoy it! Thanks for your time,
And then I got these four comments:
#1 “so you advocate everyone should print a fake onward ticket to gain entry into Thailand? an interesting concept of which I admire you greatly for your tenacity and bravado – I suggest you read about Frank Abagnale Jr.
By the way – he did go to prison eventually for quite a long time.
here’s my advice:
THE SOONER YOU GET CAUGHT THE BETTER
people like you are a nuisance. You think the system is there to be circumvented, that the rules are there to be broken. What you actually do is provide terrorists with new ideas and ways to blow the rest of us up.
looking for cheap travel is one thing, but telling people to break the law?
I think you’re a (f—–) idiot”
#2 “thought I would speed up your travel process for you Kent, I have sent (your) link to immigration. I suspect they may be interested in talking to you. wouldn’t it be funny if they cancelled your passport?”
#3 “Maybe Kent spelt his name wrong!”
#4 “I hope they cancel his passport.Its losoers like him who misguide youngsters into illegalities. Kent youre a prick.”
I feel the love! This is the link. Either Lonely Planet censored the post and took it off or you have to register to view the thread or I don’t know what happened.
It is disturbing to see how many Thais use whitening cream for their skin. White skin isn’t my idea of beauty especially if you have to unnaturally make it white. The girls I see using these creams, it gives them an unhealthy-looking, ghoulish pallor. It’s a shame that TV commercials and print ads perpetuate this sense of beauty by always showing Thai women—often with faint western features—with their whitened faces.