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- Wed Apr 25, 2018 4:32 am
- Forum: Digital Realm
- Topic: Mobile phone blockers in Hua Hin?
- Replies: 12
- Views: 592
I can't answer you, apart from suggesting the computer shops on the top floor of Market Village mall, or maybe Hua Hin Shopping Mall (the old mall opposite the temple in town). I don't want to seem rude, but I wonder why people need these things? I'm just genuinely curious. If it sounds useful I may...
- Wed Apr 25, 2018 4:19 am
- Forum: Feeding Time
- Topic: Isaan restaurant in Hua Hin?
- Replies: 8
- Views: 717
- Wed Apr 25, 2018 4:00 am
- Forum: Motoring
- Topic: New highway planned from Hua Hin to bypass?
- Replies: 14
- Views: 1139
Maps do confuse me. So the blue line is a proposed road running alongside (or replacing) the north/south bypass, but that's not coming into town. Six lanes coming from the north, with four peeling off to go into town, but where, Pala-U Road? And only two lanes continuing south towards Pranbury? And ...
- Tue Apr 24, 2018 9:18 am
- Forum: Accommodation
- Topic: The Mansion..great hotel/guesthouse
- Replies: 4
- Views: 569
And the award for the most tactful yet accurate comeback of the week goes to............. So I think your claims of big corporations' involvement fall a little short of the mark here. :thumb: Hear, hear! People who don't believe anything still end up dying from something, just usually sooner.... :)
For centuries millions of people from Japan to Iceland have been fermenting fish in same fermentation process. “Where do you get it in Hua Hin” No idea that’s the better half’s department. If people listened to all the hype about this food or that food we would all starve :) I agree about the hype ...
- Tue Apr 17, 2018 8:44 am
- Forum: News
- Topic: New pedestrian overpass for Market Village
- Replies: 45
- Views: 7120
"Pla ra is a traditional Thai seasoning produced by fermenting fish with rice bran or roasted rice powder and salt fermented in a closed container for at least six months. Pla ra is mostly used in northeastern food such as green papaya salad" If it is fermented in salt and sealed jar for six months...
I've used the one in Bluport a couple times. Great service. They are of course good but I miss a cheap consolidating courier service as I had in other countries like Skynet. The DHL lady in Bluport is still the same as was in the little kiosk at Khao Takiap. Very nice lady and knows what she'd doing.
- Mon Apr 16, 2018 3:41 pm
- Forum: Digital Realm
- Topic: The scourge of Facebook
- Replies: 195
- Views: 24863
"If something is free, "you" are the product." Headline of the year. I agree, not headline news at all. Pithy quote, but as I've said before on this thread, this is not even news despite all the shouting. I don't see anything wrong at all with the Facebook model. It ain't original or even new. :D M...
Money walks in one door (prize money, or having sponsors to please), sportsmanship walks out of the other. Golf, cricket, don''t even talk about football. I don't know about this case, the Scot anyway apparently refused aid at some point because he wanted to finish the race. I guess another 'profes...
- Mon Apr 16, 2018 9:28 am
- Forum: Ask The Expats
- Topic: electric gate opener battery
- Replies: 13
- Views: 436
He must be the guy that has the stall selling car keys, opposite the guy with all the printers? I could use a second handheld/remote. Do they all work the same way? I mean are there switches inside that have to be set to the same pattern as in the receiver, like in a remote for a ceiling fan? Or wo...
Money walks in one door (prize money, or having sponsors to please), sportsmanship walks out of the other. Golf, cricket, don''t even talk about football. I don't know about this case, the Scot anyway apparently refused aid at some point because he wanted to finish the race. I guess another 'profess...