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Yaowarat and Pahurat Tour Star Discussion[edit]

Together with the district I've also created a walking tour article through the area, which is somewhat modeled after Along the Magnificent Mile. Let me know whether you think its star worthy. --globe-trotter 09:51, 12 July 2010 (EDT)

  • Support Nice article about a tour in a of-the-beaten track area. ViMy 12:12, 31 July 2010 (EDT)
  • Support. Another beautiful article, and a feather in the Bangkok guide's cap. I'll try to give a closer read when I have time to provide whatever copyediting help may be useful—even if after starring. --Peter Talk 22:13, 14 August 2010 (EDT)
  • Support. It looks like a busy day. One or two small things. It would be nice to know roughly the distance to be walked in each section. If this is mentioned, it is not obvious. There are also instances of unusual English usage. In general this does not bother me greatly, but I will try to sort out the more confusing ones where I can. Peter (Southwood) Talk 14:28, 16 August 2010 (EDT)
    • A busy day indeed :) I will update the map in the following 2 weeks and add the distance to it. I'm also thinking of changing the direction a little bit so the route doesn't overlap at Soi Issaranuphap. What do you think of this? --globe-trotter 22:00, 9 September 2010 (EDT)
      • I cant find Soi Issaranuphap on the map, so can't comment on your suggestion. However I can recommend making the road names more legible, maybe put the numbers where they dont overlap the text. Peter (Southwood) Talk 16:53, 11 September 2010 (EDT)

I've had a chance to do a careful read through of the article, and it's really one of the best in-shape star nominations I've seen. It's a really pleasant read through, and makes a really compelling case to put in the effort for the sweaty full day tour. The only cavil I have is with a couple turns of phrase duplicated in the district article, since readers will likely go over both articles when touring the area. I noted the two instances that I recognized.

Also, it's been well past the deadline for new comments, so please, by all means, add the stars to the articles! I'll be sure to light up Thailand on the stars map once you do. --Peter Talk 23:33, 12 September 2010 (EDT)

Oh, and I don't really know what barbecued prawns would be, but I think I'd eat the hell out of that! --Peter Talk 23:37, 12 September 2010 (EDT)

Result: Promoted. --globe-trotter