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    Heads up to Chiang Mai and area TeakDoorians :) s

    I am very slowly settling in here very near to San Kamphaeng, it feels quite nippy in the mornings up here compared to Pattaya, had to go and find socks stored away for more than 6 years.

    The Wife have been up here the last two weekends supervising the movers etc. but will first join me full time after new year because of job demands, that leaves me more time to go exploring a bit for a few weeks.

    Anyway eventually I will on occasion be roaming the "streets" of Chiang Mai and area and thought it prudent to give fair warning

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    ^ you're becoming a streetwalker in Chiang Mai? Are foreigners allowed to enter that profession?

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    Didn't realize you had moved up here. Welcome! Let us know when ya hit the streets.

    Will you be wearing that helmet with the horns?

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    ^Thanks misskit. And always, you might not see it at a first glance though, but it's there
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    Enjoy your new life up North, Lars...and keep the helmet out of mischief, considering it's a horny one it may be quite hard.

    How many double entendres in one sentence?

    Is that a record?

    Lars?

    Anyone?

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    ^ did you just manage a tripple double entendre?

    One is okay, but you wouldn't want too many Danes moving to your area...


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    ^ Got a Dane fairly near here actually. Top chap. I generally find Scandinavians most agreeable - until they get mullered on whiskey and valium..although that's a slight generalisation.

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    ^^^ Thanks slap, I hope we will, the nature and views here is something else, clear really blue sky today and at night I can see stars, missed those down in Pattaya where you would be lucky to see just a few.

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    ^^ I like Danes too; had a Danish g/f for 3 months travelling around Thailand/Malaysia/Singapore; the lucky girl...

    Went to Krabi with her (must be 20 years ago now...), we walked around the corner looking for a bite to eat and there was a Danish restaurant - nice meatballs!

    I am proud to say that I have been absolutely paraletic falling down fuked as a newt drunk in Copenhagen, Stockholm and Bergen.
    How do I post these pictures???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    ^ did you just manage a tripple double entendre?

    One is okay, but you wouldn't want too many Danes moving to your area...

    We stopped doing that way back

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    Quote Originally Posted by larvidchr
    the nature and views here is something else, clear really blue sky today and at night I can see stars
    Yes, quite literally a breath of fresh air..



    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo
    I am proud to say that I have been absolutely paraletic falling down fuked as a newt drunk in Copenhagen, Stockholm and Bergen.
    Pretty well travelled then, Betsy..

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    ^^Chiang Mai is so beautiful this time of year. It will be this way until around March.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    Pretty well travelled then, Betsy..
    I was lucky to have an International job, back in the day... Always made meetings on Fridays or Mondays, so that I could spend the weekend getting pissed at the company's expense; as you do...

    Had a great time in Helsinki one friday night, then got on the ferry to Talin in the morning - turned out to be the annual festival, so I got proper drunk (you and Stoker would've been proud of me), made it back to Helsinki for the Monday meetings...

    Copenhagen was always really expensive to get drunk; I used to go to visit friends, and it'd wreck me financially (not company related, I had to pay... ) - Sweden was even more expensive and Norway more expensive still (but I always went there on company time.)

    Bergen is one of the most undersung places in Europe for a long weekend on the piss - great food (fishing town), beer (expensive), women (university town...), pubs, clubs and scenery...

    Been to Bergen, Lars/Slaps? Nicer than CM, but bloody pricey. CM is very nice though; can't think of anywhere better in Thailand.

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    ^^Then the fields will be burnt and smog will fill Chiang Mai and the hospitals will be full of people not able to breath for the next 4 months, but apart from that Chiang Mai is great

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    ^Right about that. Worse air quality than Bangkok for those four months.

    Get out your gas mask.

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    blood y hell LARS mate...looks like i,m gonna have to do a bit more travelling hey?
    i was looking forward to a quiet night or 2 when i get over..take care mate, i will give you a call

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    Quote Originally Posted by nedwalk View Post
    blood y hell LARS mate...looks like i,m gonna have to do a bit more travelling hey?
    i was looking forward to a quiet night or 2 when i get over..take care mate, i will give you a call

    You know you are always very welcome Ned, hope you are OK at your place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by larvidchr
    I am very slowly settling in here very near to San Kamphaeng
    Good luck up there.

    I looked at a lovely bit of land up there once, but it wasn't to be. Has Dr B0b tested your prostate yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by larvidchr View Post
    I am very slowly settling in here very near to San Kamphaeng, it feels quite nippy in the mornings up here compared to Pattaya, had to go and find socks stored away for more than 6 years.

    The Wife have been up here the last two weekends supervising the movers etc. but will first join me full time after new year because of job demands, that leaves me more time to go exploring a bit for a few weeks.

    Anyway eventually I will on occasion be roaming the "streets" of Chiang Mai and area and thought it prudent to give fair warning
    good action to provide some advance notification of your going out Lar's. The question I have is "with LT not there to keep an eye on you and out of trouble, who now has that dubious honor? or was it you keeping an eye on LT? either way, someone has got to do the minding". Hoping to get up to CM again sometime soon. Possibly upon return from CONUS the bride and I will take a trip up to check out the new diggs. and don't worry, in your absence and when I'm in town down in this neck of the woods with LT, I'll attempt to shame LT into getting home at a reasonable hour...
    "Don't Sweat the Small Stuff....and it is all small stuff"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo
    turned out to be the annual festival, so I got proper drunk (you and Stoker would've been proud of me), made it back to Helsinki for the Monday meetings...
    Anybody that makes it back to somewhere is a faggot. FACT.

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    Worst air quality in all of Thailand.

    Not only the smoke, but the highest ozone level in Thailand, too.
    Combined under the action of UV light, the mix is a carcinogen.

    EVERY ONE in Chiangmai develops a cough.

    Respiratory failure is the leading cause of death in CM province.
    Lamphun the main high incidence area, downwind from Lampang chemical factories and pollution.
    The mix is lethal.

    Apart from that, Chiangmai is lovely.


    Some locals blamed farang for bringing the pi of cough to their place. My Thai "aunty" blamed me. She'd shuffle off to the market to get herbs for her cough and angrily pound the stuff while muttering and glaring at me.

    The "cure" didn't do much good though, she still lunged up like a trooper in the mornings and at night.

    I had a room across the hall from her, so we'd spy on each other, me to make sure she wasn't dying, and that no one was spying on me. She to make sure I wasn't up to no good with a new gik.

    We got on sort of. Gossipy old cow.

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    There goes the nieghborhood!

    Watch those birds up there mate

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    Hope you are happy up there mate, from what I have seen of the place it looks fantastic. You will be in socks for a while it would seem. Hope you and the wife are very happy up there indeed.

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    nice and cool here today...just got back from Mae Hong Song and Pai, it was bloody freezing there

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog View Post
    ^^Then the fields will be burnt and smog will fill Chiang Mai and the hospitals will be full of people not able to breath for the next 4 months, but apart from that Chiang Mai is great
    Don't forget the horrible traffic too...

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