To be fair, they're probably all happier than Arsenal fans.
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- Thu Oct 12, 2017 1:56 am
- Forum: Foo
- Topic: £1.7 Million Mansion for £25..... If you can do Crosswords!!
- Replies: 12
- Views: 283
- Sat Oct 07, 2017 12:13 am
- Forum: On The Road
- Topic: Thailand to the UK by road
- Replies: 16
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I think driving back to the UK will be a great adventure for you if it turns out to be feasible, but I think you should ship your books and paintings back to the UK or you're likely to have problems with Customs at every border you cross.
- Thu Oct 05, 2017 10:16 pm
- Forum: Life In Thailand, Opinion & Relationships
- Topic: Farang Contempt for Thais?
- Replies: 46
- Views: 2977
This thread started off with a lady not being contacted after an interview for a job which she eventually got and wandered on to Home Pro?????? Over the 20 years I have been here I have witnessed many examples of contempt and general dismissiveness of Thai people by foreigners; Lack of respect main...
Just a thought, but it might be worth opening an account with a UK bank that has a branch in Bangkok (I think HSBC has one), which could presumably be transferred to a UK branch when necessary.
No problem, VS, though I don't think I'll be much help... 1. I was lucky. My son-in-law's father had been trying to sell his elderly mother's flat for several months without success, so the rental path suited both of us. However, I did look at a couple of (unsuitable) places through an agent, who as...
If you go to the French butcher, just tell him you want a nice joint of beef to do a roast dinner for your wife and I'm sure he'll give you something appropriate. If you don't speak French, keep it simple. He's a nice fellah.
I wasn’t aware of the USA and American difference. Surely North America (USA, Canada, Mexico etc.), South America being numerous countries (Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Uruguay to name but a few). I imagine most people take American or North American to be the USA. :cheers: If someone refers to North ...
You should try the Cormoran Strike series (just 3 so far, I think) by Robert Galbraith (rather surprisingly, aka JK Rowling). London-based PI, ex-military police, lost half a leg in Afghanistan. Now a BBC TV series as well.
- Tue Sep 26, 2017 4:35 am
- Forum: Entertainment Zone
- Topic: Caption Competition
- Replies: 9655
- Views: 188258
Dannie, you're the judge this week you know....can't vote for yourself :D Dave couldn't understand why the Thai Traffic Cops had pulled him over - he was wearing his helmet!! Jolly good. My contribution is: Dannie couldn't understand why the Thai Traffic Police had pulled him over - he was wearing ...