Category Archives: Living in Thailand

A lesson in understanding the Thai mentality

If you ever wondered what the secret in understanding the thai mentality might be – the thai way of looking at life – don’t look any further and just read this blog. read carefully what you see below and if, … Continue reading

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THAI FLOODINGS 2011: AN UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCE!

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Each to his own, and no changing course (Thailand)

When everyone is speaking at the same time, there can only be one result: nobody will be listening. I think I understand Dr Somkiat Onwimon’s frustration, but hey, “Welcome to Thailand”. Although the “Lightning Rod” programme on the Blue Sky … Continue reading

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Thailand Falters As Its Neighbors Rise Rapidly (sad, sad, sad!)

First, it was Cambodia, then Vietnam and Laos. After three decades, Burma has become in the past six months the region’s new darling With the once pariah state joining the road of reformation, the new strategic profile of Southeast Asia … Continue reading

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Rat eating Thai’s

Capt. Apinan Songkramchai and Pol.Lt.Col Benjapol Rodswasti of Klongluek police station, Sa Keao were searching for drugs and illegal goods at the entrance of Rongklear market at the Aranyaprathet checkpoint. Suddenly they sa w a Cambodian worker pushing a wheelbarrow … Continue reading

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Thailand’s (legal??) protectionism and monopolism by telephone-providers

As I had to use forcefully the provider dtac in the North of Thailand (True’s signals were there louzy) I’m still, for the time being at dtac as True provides me a lot of bureaucracy in switching my usual SIM-card … Continue reading

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“You think too much”

As I like to roam in and around wats (Buddhist temples) because of the art and the supposed serenity which I rarely find there anymore in the more “popular” and situated in the city ones unfortunately. Yes, art enough but … Continue reading

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