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- Mon May 28, 2018 1:05 am
- Forum: Sports Fans
- Topic: 2018 F1 News and Prediction Tournament
- Replies: 40
- Views: 1345
Totally agree about Ricciardo's well deserved win, and any street circuit takes an enormous amount of concentration, but street circuits are just pretty boring from a spectator's point of view. Thank goodness Verstappen ended up at the tail end to provide a few overtaking maneouvres to watch. It mus...
We'll be coming down to Hua Hin in July and can deliver either (or both) of the bikes down if that helps. Another choice, if anyone's worried about how to get the bikes to Hua Hin is the train. We'll happily meet anyone at the train station and the bike(s) can travel on the train back to Hua Hin. VS
Ha ha, Pete. The seat at the front is a bit bigger than the back one. On the other hand, I can get my leg over a bit more easily than Mr.VS (I'm a few years younger). You're absolutely spot on MDMK. While Mr. VS powers away at the front I pretend to peddle from behind. :wink: The only time I put the...
We need to sell these two bicycles before we leave on 31st July. Java Veloce Road Bicycle: 5,000 Baht (13,000 baht new) Bike.jpg Challenger Tandem: 5,000 Baht (20,000 baht new) Tandem.jpg Both have Shimano gears. The road bike has 16 gears and the mountain tandem has 24 gears. Both are in Nakhon Pat...
When back in the UK VS please don't be one of those out and about shopping for Thai beer! :laugh: Pete :cheers: Absolutely not! I'm a real cask ale fan - so I'll hopefully get my fix at the local pub. We'll also have some home-brew I guess. I never drank lager until I came to Thailand, and am quite...
Getting back to our local brew. My local wholesaler ran out of my preferred Archa so I was drinking Chang last week. I felt awful: tired, aching legs, and a little bit woosy during the day. I put it down to dehydration, but my colleague said that he felt the same. He bought some Changs from the loca...
- Mon May 21, 2018 7:51 pm
- Forum: Life In Thailand, Opinion & Relationships
- Topic: Tips for recycling and reducing plastic use in Thailand
- Replies: 56
- Views: 5105
We just throw ours in the garden. We keep a small plastic container on the the kitchen worktop and put any wet stuff in it. It never smells outisde because it dries up very quickly, and provides some nibbles for the wildlife. If you've got a garden, handdrummer, you could just create your own little...
- Thu May 10, 2018 11:36 pm
- Forum: Hua Hin Classifieds
- Topic: Looking for Rental
- Replies: 3
- Views: 398
RCer: Have you had a look on line at the Salaya area? Lots of gated estates and new builds as it's within shooting distance of Bangkok. It's about half-way between Nakhon Pathom and Bangkok.There's also the new Central Salaya department store and Villa Market (on the opposite side of the road) in th...