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    Quote Originally Posted by banporman View Post
    Thai kids are Angels compared to the screeching horrors back home

    I'll never forget how well behaved Thai kids were on a local bus going home. The bus went off the main road along dusty tracks but the atmosphere was so friendly it was well worth experiencing.
    The clock on the wall reads a quarter past midnight

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    Premium Member ash's Avatar
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    Bridlington - UK


    Not disputing Thai kids are well behaved generally although I have seen badly behaved kids as well just the same as in Europe UK and also Africa.
    Kids are kids Thai or otherwise
    Human beings are seventy percent water, and with some the rest is collagen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lonerider View Post
    I miss

    I don't miss
    Paying through the nose for everything
    Feeling like a foreigner in my own country
    All my hard earned taxes (not any more) paying for all the lazy ******* who don't want to work and get nearly as much money as those that do
    There are more but trying to keep it politically correct
    You don't have to pay for everything.

    Sent from my G3121 using Tapatalk

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigel&panada View Post
    my biggest miss I think when I'm there is decent beer, I love a German wheat beer. Now I know its available in Korat somewhere as café pittini have it but I have yet to find the supplier.
    Nigel, next time your passing the Pak Chong/Khao Yai turn off on Highway 2, take the 2090 to Khao Yai - about 3km up there you will come to a set of lights - the first one. Go just through the lights and pull up immediately. There's a bar/restaurant there on the left called Eat Khao Yai. Very good (but not cheap) food and they have a very large selection of imported beers.

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