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Plenty of Arabs in Bangkok

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Submitted by arabs in bangkok (Australia), May 18, 2006 at 18:57

IN fact a whole district off the main strip, Sukhumvit, devoted to Arab tourists, centred round the Rose Hotel ( near Soi Nana ). Great place incidentally for oven baked kebabs, naans, and hubby bubblies. Nothing wrong with Middles Eastern food!

Mayfair in London another stamping ground for Arabs prowling for whores. In part because it's so expensive the vast majority of clients are Arabs.

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