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» The next holiday hotspot ... is Sri Lanka the new Bali?
Apr 16, 2014 - 12:01 PM - by kingwilly

ITíS a small island off the south coast of India and itís being touted as the new Bali. So what is it about Sri Lanka that has travellers sitting up and taking notice?

We spoke to Australian photographer, Lincoln Jubb, who recently returned from a trip to Sri Lanka, about why he thinks... [Read More]
» Inter-City Boutique Hotel
Apr 16, 2014 - 3:38 AM - by Falang40
Overlooks the Mekong with an exterior suggesting a crap hotel - and it was! Had 'suite' with beautiful hardwood furniture but the whole hotel was dark, miserable and in desperate need of a lick of paint. The food left much to be desired. Breakfast was the worst I have ever had in a hotel. At around 5pm, the night market sets up outside and can provide some interesting shopping or people-watching. Be aware that communism is in your face everywhere with the hammer and sickle flying on the... [Read More]
» Songkran 2014- Sawasdee Pee Mai and Happy New Year everyone!
Apr 15, 2014 - 7:50 PM - by TonyBKK
A pretty quiet Songkran for me this year, mostly playing with my kids in our quiet neighborhood-

Did make it down to Sukhumvit yesterday to meet up with a couple "Bangkok Weekend... [Read More]
» Musing...on a Sunday afternoon
Apr 13, 2014 - 9:02 PM - by somtamslap
You may spend your days in the sunshine and your evenings under a star-sprinkled baize of tropical sky.

You may live in close proximity to mile upon mile of sandy beaches bordered by sparkling waters flushed with an enticing sapphire tint.

You very well may reside amid a bounty of eateries purveying an assortment of fresh, nutritious and tasty cuisine at extraordinarily competitive rates.

Indeed you may be afforded the opportunity to travel from one end of... [Read More]
» Bamboo, possibly a profitable farming venture
Apr 12, 2014 - 10:26 PM - by forreachingme
I got a mango orchard that was abandoned for over 15 years and we freed some trees from the bamboo jungle in march. We found 3 more Mango trees hidden this year...

We cut the bamboos by using machetes and mostly left the poles to dry where they are and after a drying period set the whole to fire clearing.

That was bad! I dream for years to make a bamboo house and would have plenty of supply to do so, if my workers would do what is asked.
Since i do not... [Read More]
» We are gone!
Apr 12, 2014 - 2:01 PM - by Sailing into trouble
Well after several decades dreaming. A decade and a half paying for the boat. Another 18 months of investing just short of $40 000 in an often frustrating bemusing, confusing, frantic and sometimes painful refitting effort, I now realize that we are completely unprepared for what we have undertaken:-) But the weather window has arrived so we must depart.

I still have a list as long as my arm of jobs to do and I was almost in panic mode trying to remember all the bits I had to buy... [Read More]
» Different tickets via amsterdam
Apr 09, 2014 - 10:49 PM - by nokz111
Hi my wife has just got her first tourist visa to uk and i want to book emirates to amsterdam then BA to London return my wife says this isnt allowed and i must use same airline? if it is how do i get my luggage switched ?
» 101 Things to do in Jakarta
Apr 09, 2014 - 2:08 PM - by kingwilly
#1 - Visit Monas or Monumen Nasional

Monas, affectionately known as Sukarno's last erection is a huge (137 metres) spire shaped building in a park in South Jakarta. You can get an elevator to the top but expect to queue about two hours to get there. It's made of white Italian marble and has 32kgs of gold paint on a flame top.

There is a decent national museum underneath for about 50 cents entry. Worth a look.

... [Read More]
» Eat, Sleep, Ride, **** - Another Jungle Adventure!
Apr 09, 2014 - 1:52 PM - by Satonic
After our last trip Tony and I were itching to get back onto the dirt and with the burning of the fields, Songkran etc all rapidly approaching we decided to squeeze in one last trip. The plan was to ride the border from Sangkhlaburi to Pueng Kleung, Umphang.

Being a 'City Boy' as Tony likes to call me I was... [Read More]
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Apr 08, 2014 - 2:56 AM - by malcombax
Hi I am living in Phuket and an avid scuba diver NOT working in the dive industry.
I have enjoyed some nice beach dives but am disgusted by the trash and silt. Why so much silt? Makes me sad to think of what Phuket could be.
» Scampy coming to Jakarta for first time
Apr 07, 2014 - 6:03 AM - by The Gentleman Scamp
I'll be there just three, maybe four nights for work.

Which area would be a good place to spend my 4th night?

Suggestions or a personal message from Kingwilly most welcome.
» Beer & Suff of Gowlee...
Apr 05, 2014 - 11:32 PM - by Bettyboo
It's better than Oman; that's point 1!

The first day, I grabbed this lot:

The OB is average, but cheap. Some folks say it's their favourite, but not so for me.

The Guinness isn't like the cans of draft that we all know and love, it's kinda between that and the old bottles that your grand dad used to drink... [Read More]
» Slap's U.K rail tale
Apr 05, 2014 - 9:51 PM - by somtamslap
I like commuting to work here in the U.K about as much as I like exchanging pleasantries with my mother in-law. Both unavoidable evils elicit pangs of fear and revulsion, with a healthy smattering of misery to boot - the latter probably trumping the former in terms of detrimental aspects. Upon the cessation of any given conversation with 'mare', I will invariably walk away, head bowed, in search of a friendly juggernaut to step in front of. To look into the eyes of that women is to look into... [Read More]
» Dog's training
Mar 30, 2014 - 6:04 PM - by Perota
When you get a new dog, do you train it or you just feed it and hope it's going to grow up ok ?

If you decide to train it, do you do it yourself or do you use the help of a professional ? What kind of result do you expect ?

Not talking about training but just correcting bad habits like taking a leak in the middle of the living room, how do you do it ? Any tip you're willing to share ?
» My Goungzhou and Hong Kong Trip
Mar 30, 2014 - 11:59 AM - by beerlaodrinker
went with Lao air to Guangzhou last week with a plan to catch the through train to kowloon and spend a few days there before returning to guangzhou, GZ is absolutely massive and not all that interesting but what we saw of it, it was ok

First thing you notice is the smog

We were staying in the... [Read More]
» Thai Airways: Slap's airbus odyssey
Mar 29, 2014 - 9:45 PM - by somtamslap
After days of researching the aircraft online, I eventually selected Seat 41 G, situated towards the middle of the cabin. The Thai Airways Airbus a330 had only been a third booked when I bought the ticket and Seat 41 G was now occupied, denoted by an orange symbol on the seating plan, amid a barren plain of emptiness.

I implored the flight to be as sparsely populated come the day of travel.

Even though I had only paid for one space, I still expected, nay demanded, to... [Read More]
» I see a little silhouetto of a man...
Mar 28, 2014 - 10:02 PM - by somtamslap
Mr. Slap, Mr. Slap, why the hell are you in England
Extortionate pricing - very very frightening me
Skies are grayo
Skies are grayo
Skies are grayo - signs of snow

I'm just a poor boy living in Croydon
He's just another Brit slumming in a bedsit
Spare him this life of taxation and turmoil

Household questionnaires, great big fucking train fares - will you let me go
Bismillah! No-,we will not let you go-let him go-
... [Read More]
» Barking dog
Mar 27, 2014 - 6:14 PM - by Perota
My dog (G. Retriever) is 14 going 15 y.o. In all his life he never really barked but he started about one year ago. At the beginning it was for some easy identifiable reason, he had no more water or he wanted to go out to pee ... But lately it's almost all day long and even in the middle of the night. It's not easy for us and I'm afraid that the neighbors may soon start to complain.

What to do ? Does anybody have the experience of this kind of change of behavior and how to... [Read More]
» How cute is he?
Mar 25, 2014 - 8:56 PM - by Gilbert

Cute little bugger, heh?
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