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    Chitty's Thai "trip" in Pictures

    Where to start, that is the question!

    Had an amazing three week holiday with the family this month and i'm already counting the days and saving the satangs till we can visit again next year.

    Considering it's low season and supposed to be the monsoon, we escaped the rain and crowds enjoying a regular early 30oC most days.

    If one pic would sum up our experience over the last few weeks of travelling around Thailand then it would be this...



    I've got a few hundred pics taken with an old Samsung phone camera coming on this thread, i've tried to capture as much variety from around Thailand.

    Without waffling on, i'll let the pics do the talking, here's a few to wet your appetite.

























    Enjoy CCC

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    Come back Punty.

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    Luigi get back into the kitchen and start cooking and less of the chitter chatter ,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Come back Punty.
    Punty is missing in action, although i can confirm he sold his batty for a box of Pringles on the Koh San Road after being fleeced by the Siberian husky and has headed to Koh Samet to work as an illuminated raving pole dancer at the Naga bar, the proof is in the pictures.....









    I did offer the Scouse twat a bottle of Leo, a tub of Pringles and some old fruit to return posting on the forum but he's to busy with his Jomtien and Silom fruit varieties now..



    I believe a charitable member on here has offered to pull him out of the shit with a job shelf stacking at one of his international branded convenience stores..





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    Quote Originally Posted by snakeeyes View Post
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    Luigi get back into the kitchen and start cooking and less of the chitter chatter ,
    Don't think I could even find the kitchen subforum in the TD Graveyard Section nowadays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post

    Posed, but did make me smile.
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    Enjoy CCC
    Yep, I'd like to enjoy with that.

    Is there a story behind the image?

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    Absolutely hate aeroplane processed meals, but don't mind the complimentary bar on long haul flights.
    Had a monster 12 breakfast at Frankie n Benny's before take off..



    Up, up and away..



    What are the odds on sitting next to an educated Thai, fluent in English who is a lecturer in Science at a major university and......organises the Hat Yai Manchester City supporters club???? And he's a muslim, here's the main man.



    After about my 15th beer it was time for some Dave Brubeck quartet, Take Five....



    The missus wakes me up about an hour before landing with a pen probing my right nostril informing me that this lot needs filling in.....


    5 x departure and arrival cards

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    Enjoy CCC[/quote]
    Yep, I'd like to enjoy with that.

    Is there a story behind the image?
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    I was on one of my morning walkabouts and got chatting to some photography students near our hotel, The Siam Riverside in Banglamphu.

    They were from Thammasat University, one had a Vespa scooter in mint condition.
    Being an interest and hobby of mine we all instantly clicked.
    I asked if i could have a pic for a Thai website and she happily agreed, lovely girl.
    Met them all up for a drink in the evening near the Koh San Road, had loads in common with them even though i'm a fair bit older.
    Music and fashion has no boundaries, still a bit of a trip, but an enjoyable one.
    Kids were taking the piss because we were comparing northern soul dancing moves in the bar, one of them even let me have a go on his mint GS150. If i was twenty years younger and single the young lady in the picture....hmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Absolutely hate aeroplane processed meals, but don't mind the complimentary bar on long haul flights.
    Had a monster 12 breakfast at Frankie n Benny's before take off..



    Up, up and away..



    What are the odds on sitting next to an educated Thai, fluent in English who is a lecturer in Science at a major university and......organises the Hat Yai Manchester City supporters club???? And he's a muslim, here's the main man.



    After about my 15th beer it was time for some Dave Brubeck quartet, Take Five....



    The missus wakes me up about an hour before landing with a pen probing my right nostril informing me that this lot needs filling in.....


    5 x departure and arrival cards
    Oh fook sitting next to O.J. Simpson ,

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    Looks can be deceiving, he was one of the nicest Thais I've ever met. Very knowledgeable and could even understand different English dialects. But would he have a drink? No chance, he was a devout Muslim.

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    A quick stop at Doha ...



    Children's play park with a difference...



    Thai immigration, about a one hour queue, not bad considering...



    Had booked and planned to travel on to Hau Hin straight away, but decided to hit Bangkok for the night instead.

    Some unusual looking buildings on the route into the city..



    Can just about make out the Thai version of the Gherkin..


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    5555 agree with David ...Fish drink coconut made ne smile...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post

    Enjoy CCC
    Surely no Viagra required when presented with this lovely lookin girl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang
    What are the odds on sitting next to an educated Thai, fluent in English who is a lecturer in Science at a major university and......organises the Hat Yai Manchester City supporters club???? And he's a muslim, here's the main man.
    I agree the guy looks like O.J. Simpson

    Nice thread thanks for sharing.

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    He looks like a serial bullshotter.. either that or he has the easiest job in football

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    Green owed.

    Thanks for the cross section of pics. Just living life. Random pics are the best.

    Appreciate no food pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPPR2 View Post
    Green owed.

    Thanks for the cross section of pics. Just living life. Random pics are the best.

    Appreciate no food pics
    ????..and the monster breakfast...

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    Pringles, tins of beer and dead fish on a beach...

    Great Chitty.. just great.

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    spunty you hurting?

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    At last chitty you got it going. bravo
    Some great pics but don't post too many random pics at once.

    O sorry that was an appetizer.
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    Time to check in and chill out.
    1600 baht for a family room just off the Koh San Road opposite the Temple...



    My faithful old friend, welcome back in to my life!
    That big breakfast needed purging and only the bum gun can do the job...



    What a bonus, it was blue.

    Off out for a wander around the backpacker ghetto or was, seems more like a family friendly area now.
    Need something stronger, some heavy duty spirits around these parts..



    A few random shots from the pedestrianised area near the hotel...





    Back pack patches, not selling too many of these. Seems to be mainly families these days in this part of town.





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    I have to ask. What in THEE hell are you doing in that part of town??

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    It had a swimming pool that looked like the TD logo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hick View Post
    I have to ask. What in THEE hell are you doing in that part of town??
    Just acclimatising the children to Thailand gently, before we went native oop north.
    It's a safe bet for a family holiday in that area because the roads are pedestrianised.
    Lots to see and do plus easy access to the river boats which take you to Wat Arun and the Grand Palace.
    Loads of ex backpackers taking their kids on holiday in the area.
    The Koh San Road itself is still to be avoided after 9pm as it gets a bit rowdy.


    Lulu well spotted you win a gold star

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    The missus wakes me up about an hour before landing with a pen probing my right nostril informing me that this lot needs filling in.....
    Ehhrm... ya back with the casino bird or is this a new one?

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