St. Patricks Day in Hua Hin

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St. Patricks Day in Hua Hin

Post by hhfarang » Thu Mar 15, 2012 9:16 am

It just occurred to me that St. Patty's day is two days from now (March 17th I think). Do any Irish owned bars or restaurants in town celebrate with parties of any kind?

When I lived in California, there were celebrations everywhere with green beer flowing freely, parades, costumes, etc. :party:
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Re: St. Patricks Day

Post by JW » Thu Mar 15, 2012 1:29 pm

I heard that Barry was doing a Boat trip, sounded like a great one but I have to work! :cry:

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Re: St. Patricks Day

Post by Lung Per » Thu Mar 15, 2012 1:33 pm

Belive me, IF there are Irish bars in HH they will indeed celebrate. Don't know of any, though.
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Re: St. Patricks Day

Post by JimmyGreaves » Thu Mar 15, 2012 1:40 pm

Lung Per wrote:Belive me, IF there are Irish bars in HH they will indeed celebrate. Don't know of any, though.
You havn't been out much then have you Lung :D
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Re: St. Patricks Day

Post by barrys » Thu Mar 15, 2012 6:50 pm

JW wrote:I heard that Barry was doing a Boat trip, sounded like a great one but I have to work! :cry:
Yep, we're doing a special St. Patrick's Day cruise on our solar-electric catamaran SunCat1 from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. in cooperation with Paul at Souay Vista (soi 94).

So there will be live acoustic music with 4-5 musicians (including a fiddle player and hopefully also an accordion player) and a 4-course Irish meal will also be served:

Starter: mixed seafood cocktail with Irish whiskey flavoured cocktail source, plus 2 different home-made liver patés (one with whiskey, one with rum) on the side with wheat crackers.

Soup: potato, leak and smoked salmon soup with a dash of Pernod accompanied by home-made Irish blue cheese and walnut wholemeal soda bread.

Main: traditional Irish stew with mutton, pearl barley, potatoes, carrots and stout accompanied by home-made plain brown soda bread.

Dessert: Carageen moss vanilla pudding with amaretto and a drizzle of raspberry and cointreau sauce.
Chocolate Guinness mousse topped with fresh cream
Home-made brown bread and whiskey and Bailey's ice cream

plus an Irish margarita

We will also have pints of Kepplers Cider and Murphy's Stout on board.

We have set the limit at 20 passengers on the boat and we currently have just 2 places free

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Re: St. Patricks Day

Post by Lung Per » Thu Mar 15, 2012 7:52 pm

JimmyGreaves wrote:
Lung Per wrote:Belive me, IF there are Irish bars in HH they will indeed celebrate. Don't know of any, though.
You havn't been out much then have you Lung :D
No - I don't like bars and taverns or what some of you call Pubs. They always seem to serve alcoholic beverages, be full of drunks, smokers, loud "music", lepricorns, football or rugby fans and other scum of the earth.

My preference is a plush brothel with forthcoming beauties, dimmed light and soft music. Now you know, if you didn't already! (wink wink)
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Re: St. Patricks Day

Post by Nereus » Thu Mar 15, 2012 8:20 pm

Lung Per wrote:
JimmyGreaves wrote:
Lung Per wrote:Belive me, IF there are Irish bars in HH they will indeed celebrate. Don't know of any, though.
You havn't been out much then have you Lung :D
No - I don't like bars and taverns or what some of you call Pubs. They always seem to serve alcoholic beverages, be full of drunks, smokers, loud "music", lepricorns, football or rugby fans and other scum of the earth.

My preference is a plush brothel with forthcoming beauties, dimmed light and soft music. Now you know, if you didn't already! (wink wink)
:lies:
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Re: St. Patricks Day

Post by JimmyGreaves » Thu Mar 15, 2012 8:58 pm

Lung Per wrote:
JimmyGreaves wrote:
Lung Per wrote:Belive me, IF there are Irish bars in HH they will indeed celebrate. Don't know of any, though.
You havn't been out much then have you Lung :D
No - I don't like bars and taverns or what some of you call Pubs. They always seem to serve alcoholic beverages, be full of drunks, smokers, loud "music", lepricorns, football or rugby fans and other scum of the earth.

My preference is a plush brothel with forthcoming beauties, dimmed light and soft music. Now you know, if you didn't already! (wink wink)
:lies:
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Re: St. Patricks Day

Post by Dr Michael » Thu Mar 15, 2012 9:15 pm

March17th and England playing Ireland at Twickenham---what a MUST-SEE fixture

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Re: St. Patricks Day

Post by Lung Per » Thu Mar 15, 2012 10:47 pm

DISCLAIMER: While my above post may contain a slight grain of truth it should be accepted as an expression og good humour only. END OF DISCLAIMER

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Re: St. Patricks Day

Post by pharvey » Thu Mar 15, 2012 10:56 pm

hhfarang wrote: St. Patty's day is two days from now (March 17th I think).
Same day as St Paddy's HHF - bit of a coincidence :D

And as St Patrick was actually a Welshman, I'm sure he'll be at the Millennium Stadium rather than "HQ".... :naughty: :duck: :run:

Although truly, I do hope Beelzebub's XV run off at the final whistle with their tails between their legs.... :thumb:
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Re: St. Patricks Day

Post by HHADFan » Thu Mar 15, 2012 11:52 pm

Isn't Murf of El Murphy's Irish? And there's that other place on Poonsuk. Is it O'Neil's now?

But HHF, ya gotta come downtown if ya wanna party.
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Re: St. Patricks Day

Post by richard » Fri Mar 16, 2012 12:02 am

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The GS's home is England. Wales won the first one ENGLAND have won the most :cheers:
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Re: St. Patricks Day

Post by hhfarang » Fri Mar 16, 2012 11:00 am

But HHF, ya gotta come downtown if ya wanna party.
Not for me, I just brought it up as a public service thread for others who may want to celebrate the occasion. :cheers:
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Re: St. Patricks Day

Post by hhfarang » Fri Mar 16, 2012 11:05 am

Same day as St Paddy's HHF - bit of a coincidence :D
So I guess I misspelled St. Patrick as well, it must be St. Paddrick... :wink:
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