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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
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    I've been looking at houses in Hua Hin - which I'd buy with a view to AirBNB for a few years.

    Has anyone gone the AirBNB route, and, perhaps more crucially, did it work? Or did you get your pants pulled down and buggered into oblivion?

    JPPR2 used to live near there when he first joined TD, and related how he was (luckily) renting a nice place, only to find that a neighbour started a chicken farm....with attendant smell, flies, and early morning noise.

    Of course, this wouldn't bother your good self. Your mate Withnall has ......er....alternative uses for chickens.
    Yes I did LatinDancer. Man I was almost sold on the place. It was actually inbetween Cha Am and HH. I'd never live in HH. Hh is a rundown congested area and the beaches are really uninspiring. Pran Buri is much nicer. I think if I was gonna do a beach life i'd do something in Ao Luk area. I grew up near a beach town tourist place and could not do it now. Just too damn busy for me and looking at fat ass gut hanging out half naked westerns would likely make me toss my lunch.

    On Edit: I think after growing up in Beach area its much better to visit it, then live in it. But understand each has their own preferences.
    Last edited by JPPR2; 07-09-2017 at 01:14 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Once you accustomize yourself to Montclair boxes and 200b Bang Saen hookers it's plain sailing Dave.


    Beer n BBQ day all day tomorrow I reckon, just picked-up and marinaded some whisky honey ribs, and some beef kebabs.



    Will hit the oven wrapped in foil for a low n' slow cook around 9am after 20+ hrs marinating, then onto the barbie around midday. Thai food: Kor Moo Yang and Gai Yang also being served. Beers being opened around 11am if anyone's around.
    Bastard.......

    I just did a Teriyaki marinated Salmon steak and some lemon pepper chicken wings on the barbie when I was home last week. Came up with a new Mojito recipe that I must say was OUTSTANDING.

    Now still stuck at work....google countdown clock -a-tickin....tick tock tick tock tick tock

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    Good!

    Now if you'll excuse me it's lunch time. Breadless chicken sanger...



    Mmmmm
    To top it all off I'm pretty sure that's a hair dead in the middle

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    ^ Extra protein. With a dash of L'Oriel.

    Quote Originally Posted by JPPR2 View Post
    Came up with a new Mojito recipe that I must say was OUTSTANDING.
    Sharing is a caring bud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redhaze
    To top it all off I'm pretty sure that's a hair dead in the middle
    Just a trick of the light I think.

    Hope so, because if not I ate that shit too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by redhaze
    To top it all off I'm pretty sure that's a hair dead in the middle
    Just a trick of the light I think.

    Hope so, because if not I ate that shit too.
    Reminds me of when we cooked up a carbonara and we put an elastic band into one friend's plate.

    He devoured the lot and was pretty much licking the plate saying it was the best he ever tasted, by which time 4 of us were on the floor in puddles of pee.


    I think the ambulance needed to be called as we couldn't breath.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi
    I think the ambulance need to be called as we couldn't breath.


    Hope you all made it!

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    Was almost as funny as when one mate pissed into a syringe in school and injected it into one kid's apple and put it back in his lunch box.



    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Reminds me of when we cooked up a carbonara and we put an elastic band into one friend's plate.



    So anyone coming round to the Barbie tomorrow?

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    Covered a tin of cat food in a prawn cocktail sauce at a party once and gave it to a most annoying drunk, he ate the lot remarking how delicious it tasted while we nearly split our sides with laughter.

    What times the bbq again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    ^ Extra protein. With a dash of L'Oriel.

    Quote Originally Posted by JPPR2 View Post
    Came up with a new Mojito recipe that I must say was OUTSTANDING.
    Sharing is a caring bud.
    555...

    OK.

    Ingredients:

    Bag of rock brown sugar

    5 or 6 mint leaves

    1 lime

    1 bottle of Soda water

    1 bottle lime juice cordial

    Rum of your choice, I prefer dark jamaican as it offers a nice flavor, Bacardi clear is junk.

    Process;

    1) In a tall glass, Put about 1/2 a teaspoon rock sugar in glass

    2) Drop in mint leaves.

    3) Mash up the mint leaves with brown sugar to give a nice mint smell

    4) Add ice to top

    5 ) Pour in 2 parts rum (I like'em strong )

    6) 1 part lime juice cordial (More makes it sweeter, less you can taste more of the rum)

    7) Top off rest with Soda water

    8) Toss in a wedge of lime

    Mix up and down that thing.

    Cheers

    This Recipe is now copyright protected....

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    Cheers.


    Quote Originally Posted by JPPR2 View Post
    copyright protected.
    No bother bud.



    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Small business.


    Yee Harrrrrrrrr Muthafokers.

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    Seem to get quite a lot of bang for your buck looking at this site.

    https://perfecthomes.co.th/property-...Million-Baht/#

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    ^ Simon's a really good guy.

    Bought my condo in CM through them.

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    I don"t want to add to the thread hijack , but ... , if you are fair dinkum about looking at property in Thailand , Kaidee is the starting point .
    Using Google chrome , go into your settings or add this app to your search bar ,click on translate thai to english .
    When you next open kaidee it will translate automatically to english .
    from there it is easy to find your way around
    i have been using this method for years . Sometimes the kaidee software is glitchy

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    Hijack away bud.


    Bought quite a few things through kaidee, never a house or condo though.

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    There's a couple of Facebook groups which often have fairly decent properties for sale.

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/305872182829627/

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/2ndhandchiangmai/

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