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davethailand

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  1. 50bht for Heineken? Where? (Sorry Parky, just saw your post above)
  2. Yeah Bruno's which has closed I believe (not my fave), Gians, Indian By Nature. The bet IMO is Cafe Des Amis.
  3. Ok I don't live there anymore but there were some superb "higher end" restaurants in Pattaya which compared to here were very good value.
  4. I actually think the dentist here is cheaper. £250 odd max for all work, normal check up only 20 something. I can't think of anything else to be honest.
  5. A night out in Walking st and Soi Bukhao.
  6. Fishing on Sukhumvit or rent a boat and go to Koh Larn and/or a bit of sea fishing. Bike rides, shooting, Tiger zoo, golf etc. loads to do.
  7. As Mulphy stated "you have the required money in the bank" OK I don't live there anymore but I don't think its as easy as before where the funds are sorted out for you, this time you physically have to have the money sitting in an account for 6 months I believe. Agents and similar are used so you don't have to stand about waiting and queuing etc. Pretty sure the officials would rather deal with a Thai agent also rather than a farang trying to talk to them . I used to get all my visa stuff etc done for me, I never went to any offices unless I really had to.
  8. Not gonna lie but I'm very lucky that my parents left me some property, fook knows what the wife and I would be doing back here if they hadn't. It would be a very small flat. Pension wise theres not a lot, whether I'll make the state pension who knows. 😀
  9. Best thing for me believe it or not was getting away from Thailand, worse thing of course losing my Parents and one of my best mates. The rest of it also up and down, I think I'm in a better place though. Great marriage, ok job, somewhere to live. Pretty sure if things hadn't of changed the way they did I'd either be dead or single or both lol (single before dead).
  10. Whats that? Dinner, get pissed and then have an argument with family? 😃 (maybe that was just my family lol)
  11. If you respect him then do as he asks and stop bringing his name up all of the time. There is no "gang" and nobody is picking on you. You post and rant then disappear or a few days then come back on here digging up posts from the previous week and then comment trying to get a reaction then moan when people reply back. Just post normally, pack in the arselickers nonsense and things will run normally.
  12. Not a fan of being called that mate so leave it out. ok You do often quote yourself in your posts though don't you? As for you. Stop acting like a child.
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