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Moving to Hua Hin - Looking for friends

Post by Ronald » Fri Feb 24, 2012 8:23 pm

Hi, we, a family of four (children 13 & 8 ) are moving to Hua hin or Prachuap Khiri Khan. We are looking for people for some weekend activities, socializing and friends for the children. We speak English and German. Thank you, Ron.

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Re: Moving to Hua Hin - Looking for friends

Post by Big Boy » Fri Feb 24, 2012 9:02 pm

Hi Ronald,

Welcome to the forum.
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Re: Moving to Hua Hin - Looking for friends

Post by Spitfire » Fri Feb 24, 2012 9:07 pm

Welcome to the forum Ronald. You will inevitably meet more folks the longer you stay and investigate.
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Re: Moving to Hua Hin - Looking for friends

Post by Big Boy » Fri Feb 24, 2012 9:10 pm

Spitfire wrote:Glory at last BB, some shocking ones last season. :thumb:
Still favourites for relegation to oblivion though - this Saturday and next Tuesday are megga matches, and will let us know the chances of survival :cry:
Anyway :offtopic: this is Ronald's thread :wink:
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Re: Moving to Hua Hin - Looking for friends

Post by pitsch » Fri Feb 24, 2012 10:20 pm

Da Hua Hin und die Stadt Prachuap Khiri Khan ca. 100 km voneinander entfernt sind, musst Du schon mehr spezifisch sein, wo ihr Freunde sucht. Hua Hin gehört allerdings zur Provinz Prachuap Khiri Khan. Hast Du das verwechselt?


Was too lazy to write it in english, but you understand german!

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Re: Moving to Hua Hin - Looking for friends

Post by bcrglobal » Sun Feb 26, 2012 8:57 am

Welcome to Hua Hin!

If you're interested in a nice run or walk through the countryside on Saturday afternoons, followed by some good socializing you should check out the Hash House Harriers. www.huahin-hhh.com

A fun group ranging from 3-83, of all nationalities.

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Re: Moving to Hua Hin - Looking for friends

Post by Ronald » Tue Feb 28, 2012 7:22 pm

pitsch wrote:Da Hua Hin und die Stadt Prachuap Khiri Khan ca. 100 km voneinander entfernt sind, musst Du schon mehr spezifisch sein, wo ihr Freunde sucht. Hua Hin gehört allerdings zur Provinz Prachuap Khiri Khan. Hast Du das verwechselt?


Was too lazy to write it in english, but you understand german!

sure we understand german, ha ha ha. Wir werden in Hua Hin wohnen und sind deshalb an einem dortigen Freundeskreis interessiert. Werden voraussichtlich Ende April dorthinziehen.

Ronald

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Re: Moving to Hua Hin - Looking for friends

Post by MajorBloodnok » Wed Feb 29, 2012 9:23 pm

Hallo,

Ende April?

Wir kommen Ende Juni!

Bis bald!

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Re: Moving to Hua Hin - Looking for friends

Post by AmnatAndaman » Wed Feb 29, 2012 11:30 pm

Hi Ronald, I'm also new to Hua Hin in the last couple of weeks. I like it much more near Pranburi, its a lot cleaner and less polluted with racist people (OF ALL Nationalities) in my experience..

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Re: Moving to Hua Hin - Looking for friends

Post by Norseman » Thu Mar 01, 2012 12:15 am

AmnatAndaman wrote:Hi Ronald, I'm also new to Hua Hin in the last couple of weeks. I like it much more near Pranburi, its a lot cleaner and less polluted with racist people (OF ALL Nationalities) in my experience..
Well, well.
How do you know and how come I don't believe you?
Convince me or maybe it's time to say goodbye?
What nationalities and who are you thinking about?
New to Hua Hin but know it all?

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Re: Moving to Hua Hin - Looking for friends

Post by AmnatAndaman » Thu Mar 01, 2012 12:44 am

Norseman wrote:
AmnatAndaman wrote:Hi Ronald, I'm also new to Hua Hin in the last couple of weeks. I like it much more near Pranburi, its a lot cleaner and less polluted with racist people (OF ALL Nationalities) in my experience..
Well, well.
How do you know and how come I don't believe you?
Convince me or maybe it's time to say goodbye?
What nationalities and who are you thinking about?
New to Hua Hin but know it all?

Your making blind accusations and also I feel threatened by your interrogations of me with you saying "I DONT believe you, convince me or its time to say goodbye? I guess freedom of speech and expressing opinions is also a violation of your forum as well but when others make inflammatory accusations of me being a "Know it all, Lying, fake" as you have yourself I feel quite offended. I've been to Hua Hin a couple years ago and its surrounding areas for a few days BUT over the last couple weeks of staying here in Hua Hin and contrasting it with other places I've stayed in Thailand. It seems like there is a lot more animosity brewing between westerners and Thai's than most places in Thailand, BASED on my own observations which I'm sharing with everyone, how does that offend or involve you Norseman or violate any of your forum regulations?

God bless you all, good night!

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Re: Moving to Hua Hin - Looking for friends

Post by Norseman » Thu Mar 01, 2012 12:58 am

This has nothing to do with freedom of speech.
You claim to be new to Hua Hin but where the heck does your observations come from?
Continue to enlighten me!!
Are you reading other people's crap or is it your own observations? Based on your observations?
What observations?

Let me know!!

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