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  2. Thanks. The condos are small but other than that it was a perfect place to me to stay for 8 years. I only moved out because I bought a dog which the condo doesn't allow. The centralized location is what I miss the most. 5-10 minutes and you are anywhere around Pattaya. Even going to Jomtien immigration takes only about 15 minutes. Now that they have totally remodeled the pool and common ares, the place is looking much better. The new management teams seems to know what they are doing. It's low cost comfortable living.
  3. That’s a great deal under Β£19000 for a home 🏠 in Thailand πŸ‡ΉπŸ‡­ Good luck πŸ˜‰ I know a lad who lives there very happy indeed ..
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  5. Yes, I would sell it. Almost everything is new in this condo. New fridge, air cond., mattress, microwave, TV, patio sink, office chair. I would consider selling for 740,000 baht with a 50-50 split of all transfer cost. I lived in this condo for 8 years. The location was very good and it was a great room for sleeping as you have no neighbor on one side. It was very quiet inside.
  6. Looks very nice indeed, are you a designer ?
  7. Nirun studio condo for rent-Pattaya-5,300 baht with Free Cable TV NIRUN studio Condo ... 3rd floor (A1 Bld)... full furniture, new soft queen size bed(5 foot), new 32 inch flat screen TV, new Microwave, New 2 door fridge, computer desk and chair, fan... New Air cond. and hot water.. Outside patio area set up with sink, water ,electric, table, dishes, bars for hanging clothes to dry.. Rent is 5,300 baht monthly... Includes Free Siphon cable TV.... You pay YOURSELF : electric(low priced Gov't meter), your water usage and Nirun condo service fee(450)... To move in you pay 5,300 baht which is the first months rent and I will hold a Refundable deposit of two month rent (10,000). Total to move-in: 15,300... If needed, I can supply sheets, towels, plates, glasses and silverware... The pool and shower areas has just been totally remodeled along with the common areas... It looks beautiful !!!.. For the convenient centralized location, and reasonable price Nirun Condo is hard to beat... It has a great mix of Thai's and Farangs so there is always someone to talk with . You easily walk to Tesco Express, 7/11, Big-C Extra and there are many bars, restaurants, laundry's, massages all within the complex and nearby.... Nirun is a large Condo complex with 2 swimming pools, 24 hour security, key card front doors, restaurants, bars, internet shops. Like a small city. Located very close to Big-C Extra mall, across from the ShagWell Hotel....I can answer your question in Thai or English...Thank you.
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  9. Hi, as I say I am currently based in Manila previously in Saudi. Same company. Opening new office in Bangkok in the new year. Living and working in Manila is great, thanks to the aircon! Makati is where I live and work. Manila itself is hit and miss as am sure some of you guys will know. The old town has the culture the rest is a slum basically. Makati has P Burgos St and Angeles has the sleaze....
  10. Welcome to the board.... What’s the score being relocated to Thailand if you work in Middle East ? 4 years in Manila what’s that like ?
  11. Currently based in Manila for the past 4 years, have worked in Middle East for past 10 years but never visited Thailand except for a couple of trips on business. Chances are I may be relocated there in the future so getting a handle on things thru various forums such as this
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  13. That's refreshing to hear but respectfully let me be the judge of that I can sniff a putrid rat out of a pile of rotting shyt in a matter of minutes
  14. Stop πŸ›‘ baiting yourself 🀣 or you will have to report yourself ... Welcome back mate , most of the scum has left thankfully πŸ™πŸΌπŸ˜Ž
  15. Hi my name is Cat and i'm a professional cunt . Hoping my special skills will be of benefit here to you all
  16. Stop your abuse and bullying Its futile , Liverpool won CPL this year and in the final last year
  17. Freezing cold my favourite beer 🍺 in Thailand
  18. Pop in to the Rockhouse mate you will receive a warm welcome from Alex and the lads.
  19. Nothing better than an ice cold Chang 😎🍺 Drunk at a concrete table nothing better ...
  20. Hi all, I'm Chang11. Long time visitor to LOS. Currently in LOS until end of October.
  21. Hi, everyone. Pre-newbie here, planning my first Pattaya visit later this year. Beyond excited, I can't stop thinking about it!
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    • Yangon – Myanmar: 5 days 4 nights
      Needed to do a visa run, so used the opportunity to visit Yangon together with Mrs. CampariO and her sister in law.
      Applied for an E-visa which arrived 1 day after, the ladies can get a visa exempt at the immigration in Yangon. Booked Air Asia for 2200 Bt/person, drove by car to Don Muang.

      Day 1: Flight from BKK to Yangon, Visit Shwedagon Pagoda and park

      The terminal 2 is now open

      Between terminal 1 and 2 is a large food court with a good choice of eateries.

      Checked in online, there is a remark on top of the boarding pass to do the document check (checking the e-visa) which is done in BKK at the gate while in Yangon at the baggage drop.

      Since when do they have the flight info in Chinese?

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    • Dairy Farming in Thailand
      We have a small (54 rai) farm adjacent to Erawan shrine at the border of NBLP and Loei provinces. It is mostly orchards, e.g., Tamarinds, Kefir, Rubber, and Maoberry but last year we started dairy farming with an initial small seed herd of 25 Heifers with a business plan to build it up to 100 milkers within 5 years.

      One year into the BP we are at 30 milkers with another 8 coming of age in a few months and a total including calves of 45 with new ones arriving every month ... including the baby bull in brown and white in one of the pictures below. Any way, a few shots from this morning after some early hours helping momma deliver the new guy. Momma has some "splaining" to do ... she's one of the black & whites being chased in another photo and the little guy is brown and white like a longhorn ... maybe momma is getting some strange on the side.

      My mate Ziva ... a 5-month old Labrador.

      Some of the bovines including new mom and brown-colored stranger
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    • What Are You Doing Right Now?
      I'm sat on my balcony tpying away watch my girl wrap her head in cling film..... god knows why....
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    • Post A Picture Of Your Breakfast, Lunch Or Dinner
      As it says. lets see some food pictures.
      One of my hobbies is cooking and like to see what others are eating either at home or at restaurants. it gives me ideas what to cook or what to order when out. So lets see some pictures, either home cooked by you or your ladies, or what you have eaten while out.
      I'll start with my favourite. Rack of Lamb.

      This was last May. When I collected some fresh Asparagus from a local farm and it made a nice dish with pointed cabbage, Jersey Royal potatoes and a very nice mint sauce made with balsamic vinegar. All accompanied with a nice glass of Rioja to wash it all down.
      I have a nice lamb rack sitting in the fridge ready for tomorrow night.
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