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    Smile What would you like to do?

    If I share that my clarinet piano and bricklaying is worse than swimming or spelling , it's time for a new challenge.

    Chewing over a few ideas, in no particular order

    Learning to properly read mandarin
    Growing white tea
    Snake Identification
    Cycling bit more around Yunnan-Vietnam borderlands
    Burma by motorbike can foreigners buy or take aThai one easily, it's a real hassle in Bokeo Lao ?
    A full lap of Oz
    Study Wood scuplture and gemutlichkeit in the Salzkammergut

    Great you stop work drink and chasing women there's lots of leisure

    Do have a secret ambition a dream project ,journey , buid a yacht or a yurt
    I used to have a job at a calendar factory.
    I got the sack because
    I took a couple of days off.

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    I like the yurt idea, david...Can study your mandarin as well...And maybe "contemplate" her navel...Heh...

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    To sing and dance on the X Factor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wasabi
    To sing and dance on the X Factor.
    Look forward to it , post up the date

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    Alas, I have no yurt to piss in...Heh...

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    I made a booboo and ended up with Kurdish Yogi-urt

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    Yurt's are not difficult to build.
    There was a demo at our local country show not long back.

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    Who's the guy who built a "resort" of yurts or wigwams?...The guy who kept giving them to his ex-wives and bedding the "chamber maids"...

    Haven't heard from him for some time...

    Had some smurfs frolicking on his home stamp...

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    could be phuket richard always a good read?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaitongBoy View Post
    Who's the guy who built a "resort" of yurts or wigwams?...The guy who kept giving them to his ex-wives and bedding the "chamber maids"...

    Haven't heard from him for some time...

    Had some smurfs frolicking on his home stamp...
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    He spent time in Myanmar and "hammed it up" with radios for awhile...


    ^ Yeah, that's the lad...Hope he's okay...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaitongBoy View Post
    He spent time in Myanmar and "hammed it up" with radios for awhile...


    ^ Yeah, that's the lad...Hope he's okay...
    He's still active in TV (last post there 30/9, last post here one year ago), and I believe he's working (school) in Myanmar.

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    Cheers...

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    Two big cycle touring rides I'd like to do.

    The 77 Thailand province tour, (need about 6 months for that)

    http://everyprovincechallenge.com/tag/english/page/4/

    The Trans America trail, a ride from Oregon to Virginia, (about 3 months for that one)

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    Engage and promote assorted peasantry revolutions....

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    Quote Originally Posted by thaimeme
    peasantry revolutions..
    The peasants are already revolting, did you mean assorted pleasantries?

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    ^ probably those too....

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    So It's Tap dancimg waiting for the plumbing 'engineer' Krav Maga or crave mega I'll have to toss myself for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAG
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    Was he the guy with the hotel near Phuket airport and the psychotic wife?

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    Quote Originally Posted by david44
    Burma by motorbike can foreigners buy or take aThai one easily, it's a real hassle in Bokeo Lao ?
    Not a good idea David.

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    Thanks i think its too risky by all accounts maybe fly mandalay then trains,taxis,bus etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by crackerjack101 View Post
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    Was he the guy with the hotel near Phuket airport and the psychotic wife?
    Yes. He'd done several ventures at the airport, all of which appeared to have been successful, until put into the sole management of ex wives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by david44
    Thanks i think its too risky by all accounts maybe fly mandalay then trains,taxis,bus etc
    You also tend to fall off bikes if memory serves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAG
    Yes. He'd done several ventures at the airport, all of which appeared to have been successful, until put into the sole management of ex wives.
    And now teaching somewhere. Sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crackerjack101 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by PAG
    Yes. He'd done several ventures at the airport, all of which appeared to have been successful, until put into the sole management of ex wives.
    And now teaching somewhere. Sad.
    Another one who just couldn't stop getting married and the marriages all ended the same way.

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