Monthly Archives: April 2011

Power-sockets (Thailand)

To be alert at: The way of building-in the (built-in)-box for the socket: My opinion is to build-in the socket vertically, not horizontally! More and more one uses adapter-plugs with transformers and/or (recharcheable) batteries which are literally “hanging” in the … Continue reading

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Thai dance of naked hypocrisy for all the world to see

extract of Bangkok Post: “But most striking of all incidents in this year’s Songkran was one which occurred last Friday night, which did not involve any death or injury. I am talking about the three girls who danced topless on … Continue reading

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Tortured by tradition

BANGOK POST

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Telephone technician badly burnt as he touches power cables

A sub-contractor working for a telecommunications company sustained serious burns as he installed new telephone cables in Laem Chabang on Saturday Afternoon. PATTAYA ONE NEWS Are these accidents really surprising??? Photos: Antoni P. Uni      

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Hitachi-fridges in Thailand dangerous??

Surprised about the high amount of victims caused by electricity in Thailand?? Just got a new fridge from Hitachi and found an unearthed plug (Europlug CEE 7/16) “standard” fitted. I’m sure that this isn’t manufacturs’ standard but this has been … Continue reading

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Former Dutch New Guinea / West-Papua: Old Photos

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A former Dutch colony as being half of the whole island with the still present Papua New Guinea, together being the biggest island of the world with a population not having any roots with Indonesia at all. After the Indonesian … Continue reading

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The sea

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