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| » Berries for Tropics |
Sep 25, 2016 - 7:35 PM - by See Will |
Hi all, |
since dormancy is needed to have some Blueberries, Straw and Raspberries and so on I have let my fingers off growing them in my garden.
The only temperate fruit that is bearing sucessfull is a apple tree in my auties garden. But only when she strips once a year all leaves off and lies it into dormancy.
Are there any Berries that you have in your garden and go well along with whipped cream like Strawberries or Raspberries do.
I have a... [Read More]
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| » Laem pak Bia and Pak Tale, Phetchaburi |
Sep 25, 2016 - 11:41 AM - by birding |
After a 5 am start from home I arrived at Hat Chao Samran Beach a bit before midday and headed north along the coast road to the first place on my ‘to visit’ list’ the area around an abandoned partly built building about 4km along the road. The turn off on to a dirt road is on the left just past a sluice gate. There was a fair bit of wetland close to the building with several waders foraging and I got my first bird photos of the trip without getting out of the car. |
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| » Handyman Projects |
Sep 23, 2016 - 6:05 AM - by David48atTD |
A place to record your unique handyman projects. |
I saw these two lighting options and, even though they are labour intensive, the results do look impressive.
I would use an LED light however, being worried about the fire potential.
From the inside to the outside ...
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| » Visa assistance/advice |
Sep 17, 2016 - 6:44 PM - by idareu |
Hello all, I will apologise in advance as I am certain this question will have been asked and probably answered many times previously. I have had a trawl through the forum and to be completely honest I remain nothing less than confused as to what is the correct answer. I am sure the answer will be known by the majority on here as most will have been in the same or a similar position previously. |
I am currently on a 60 day visitor visa that I will extend for a further 30 days, I... [Read More]
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| » Road trip, Koh Samui back to Bangkok Sep 2016, follow that beach. |
Sep 17, 2016 - 10:52 AM - by terry57 |
In two weeks time I'm off to Perth for two months so I'm smashing this last picture thread in. Just arrived back in BKK after a blinder 9 day road trip. Flew from BKK to Suratthani picked up a motor, overnighted in Surat and next day off to Samui on the Don Sak ferry. I'll kick it off there. |
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| » The Walking Dead |
Sep 13, 2016 - 5:25 AM - by Chittychangchang |
The Walking Dead. While not widely known out-side of Thailand and it is at times confused with the more famous Chinese ‘Hungry Ghost Festival’ (known to Thai’s as the Por Tor Festival), this purely Thai occasion is celebrated across the Kingdom but is known by different names in the differing regions. It is sometimes mistakenly thought to be the start of the ‘Vegetarian Festival’ that also occurs around the same time in the Thai lunar calendar. (Both festivals coincide with the period when... [Read More] |
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| » cool cellar or root cellar anyond did before? |
Sep 13, 2016 - 12:47 AM - by See Will |
Hi all, |
I am still gathering about do and don't do's before I build my house and design my land (6 rai).
I am wondering if anyone has succeded to build a cellar that stays dry and cool in Thailand or anyone can give me some do and don't do's on the way.
As you see in my profile is cooking and gardening my hobby and especially when it comes to smoked ham and sausages we are getting close to the requirements I have for my cellar.
The ground water level is in my... [Read More]
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| » Heaven's Burgers - Ramkhamhaeng Soi 24 Yaak 20 |
Sep 12, 2016 - 7:00 PM - by CSFFan |
Just down from "The Nine" lies a hole-in-the-wall burger place that serves up great burgers at a great price. |
The husband and wife team of Nok and Fah knock up some great burgers with some incredibly delicious sides. They have been classically trained in both Mexican and Italian kitchens and have spent years abroad perfecting their craft.
We started off... [Read More]
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| » Extending Stay on O-A |
Sep 10, 2016 - 5:15 PM - by reispr01 |
I'm going to be applying for an application for extension of stay on an existing O-A.
But THIS time, I'm re-entering on a permit with only a few days left before expiration, and I have not yet found a permanent residence. (I've never had to report residence previously because I come and go frequently, and have never remained inside Thailand for more than 90 days).
Does anybody know if I can use the street address of the hotel I'll be staying at... [Read More]
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| » Marriage visa to work permit, and back? |
Sep 05, 2016 - 8:39 AM - by Mr Moo |
Good morning all, |
I am living in Thailand on my marriage visa (Non-Imm 'O' Multiple entry)
I have been offered a short term consultancy job in Thailand which would require a work permit.
How would that work as I would need to go back to the marriage visa after the job is completed?
Thanks in advance.
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