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    My Travel Story: Re: Photo of the day

    I'm not sure anymore where it was. I seem to remember that just around the corner from that place we had a nice view of the Queen's chedi (?)... and it was on one of those nature trails. Can't...
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    My Travel Story: Re: Photo of the day

    Betti, thanks for all the lovely pictures! :-)
    When I was on Doi Inthanon in 2005, I saw a patch of forest that had burned down a few years before (no idea when). Back then (2005), the trees had...
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    Re: How long does $10.00 last?

    It would cover 80-100% of a canteen meal here, depending on whether you want meat or not :wacko:
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    one kebab (without drinks) to go
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    about three weeks of radio fees (without the electricity)...
  4. Event Update: Re: Flight delays for many flights between Thailand & Europe

    All airports here are closed as well, at least until tomorrow Tuesday 10am. I'm pretty sure they'll extend the ban even longer.
    And all of this is just due to ashes... imagine what would happen if...
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    Re: I am the Secret Boyfriend.

    In my opinion this isn't necessarily a Thai culture thing (though it very well could be) - but I think more a matter of being shy. It took me ages to introduce my boyfriend to family and friends, and...
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    Re: Game: Share an embarrassing secret

    One of my darker secrets is that I'm having difficulties connecting with those loving feelings I used to have for Thailand. Not that I don't like it anymore, it just doesn't excite me as much as it...
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    Re: Pictures of Dragon Fruit Growing on Cactus

    In that case I would go for rcalaimo's option - tie them onto something. They looked like they were in a dark place in your picture, that's why I suggested the light issue. But if they're facing...
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    Re: Pictures of Dragon Fruit Growing on Cactus

    Often plants grow thin and long stems or branches when they don't have enough light (in order to reach the light faster). They can also be lighter in colour (less chlorophyll). This often happens in...
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    Re: Merry Christmas!!!

    Unbelievable that I already found it difficult to find a hotel room for New Year's eve!!!!! :shocked: European cities are crazy.
    Americans at least have halloween and Thanksgiving to keep them busy...
  10. News: Re: Solar eclipse in Thailand on July 22, 2009

    Wow! I didn't know that, but it makes sense :) Thanks for the pictures!
  11. News: Re: Longest solar eclipse will sweep Thailand on July 22: Viewing Details

    ...I don't understand this - moon-shaped shadows you say? Can you explain how that works and what do you see?

    Sorry I'm a bit confused :blush:
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    Re: iGoogle Thai word of the day?

    Thanks, too bad there's nothing useful around yet! But I will add the blogs.

    I'm sure there are things around the internet that allow you to pick a word of the day, eg from dictionaries, so I...
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    iGoogle Thai word of the day?

    Does anybody know if there is an iGoogle gadget or application that allows something like a word of the day, or expression of the day? I only recently "discovered" iGoogle, and I want to add some...
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    Re: My first tree in Thailand

    I don't know much about Papaya, but I know that cucumbers fall off the plant if they don't have enough fertilizer! Who knows, maybe adding some diluted NPK fertilizer will help? (Normally one third...
  15. Topic of the Week: Re: What is, for you, the most unique thing about Thai Culture?

    ... and the sincerity with which they use them! Imagine calling your boss "Khun moo", i.e. Mister Pig, with the most respect you can sum up, without grinning!
    Or somebody being introduced to you as...
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    Re: Happy birthday, Betti !

    :party::party::party:
    Happy birthday!!
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    Re: I have my ticket.

    I'll send you some! We seem to be getting more and more of it, then it melts halfway, and then it all freezes. :sneaky2:
    I'd probably be sending you ice cubes, not snow! :laughlong
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    Re: Put a Picture by your Name

    Haha! :D

    I want to see more! :)
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    Re: Game: where was this photo taken?

    I think I know where it is, I've been there.... but I don't remember the name!! hm
  20. Thread: Mistletoe?

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    Re: Mistletoe?

    It's quite interesting that a hemiparasitic plant with poisonous berries made to one of the most famous "christmas plants" next to the christmas tree! I've been wondering how that connection arose,...
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    Re: Forum Statistics 2008

    ...yes! A "thank you" (very much) !
    :D
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    Re: Treetop adventure in Chiang Mai

    We have one of those tree-adventure parks here too, though I think it must be much cooler to swing around tropical trees than sitting in pines and firs ;) I'd love to go there one day, so thank you...
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    Re: Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2009

    Same from my side... and I hope you're all having a great time with friends and family, and enjoying your holidays!! May you all begin the new year relaxed and with a peaceful mind :)
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    Re: Microscopic Medicine

    Interesting news! But as far as I know if it was a 'microscopic' tumor like they say, it shouldn't be possible that it contains one perfect foot, one pre-formed foot, a hand, and thigh...! Those...
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    Re: Question of the day

    "Samichlaus" in Swiss German :)
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    Re: Grand Prix: THE WINNING PRINCE

    wow what a final lap!!! I don't normally watch these things, but I just caught the end.... do you think Glock did that on purpose?? To me it looked like he just let him pass..?
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    Re: using paypal in Thailand

    I actually had that too, but never found such a number from paypal on my monthy statement. I have since used paypal twice, and so far it always worked and didn't request any PIN of that sort. It does...
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    Re: Question of the day

    Ok, here's another one: McCain or Obama?
    (I hope I'm allowed to ask this here!)
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    Re: Question of the day

    Makes me think of Indiana Jones :P :laughlong
    (what was the other stuff they were offered??)
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    Re: Question of the day

    Me too, me too! I completely forgot about those! Mine were in a very spicy sauce which made them jump around a bit less - the people serving them said the sauce was so spicy that it "cooked" the poor...
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    Re: Question of the day

    I think that was the fried grasshoppers (strange but tasty), or the silk worms (strange and yucky) when in Thailand. Definitely chitterlings (or how do you call that?) in Switzerland. But I could...
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    Re: Question of the day

    Ah, thank you David, Master of Google and Wikipedia!! :)
    I didn't know that the book itself had an almost as complicated story as Casanova ;)
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    Re: Question of the day

    Yes, I think so! It reads like a diary. Obviously it was edited and translated, and in some parts there are editors notes saying that he was not sure about this part. I assume it was assembled from...
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    Re: Question of the day

    I'm reading Casanova's "Story of my life" :D
    I finally wanted to see what is really behind it!
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    Re: How to grow Pineapples

    How is your pineapple doing Richard? Any new leaves developing?
    :)
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    Poll: Re: Giving Gifts

    I once gave somebody a swiss army knife and they told me that knives should not be given as a present. That person then gave me ten baht to "buy" the knife, so that my present wouldn't bring bad luck...
  37. Re: What's the average annual bonus level of Thailand companies?

    hey, you're talking about bonuses... and I actually had to pay for all of my last years work! some clever guy once defined what I did as "education" and therefore my work is not only free, but also I...
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    Re: asking to marry

    Well, as long as there is somebody to hug or at least to talk to after asking/answering... :blush: I think that's what would count most for me! I wouldn't want to be alone - can't really explain why...
  39. Re: URGENT: Warning to visitors currently in Bangkok

    Hey, you should come to Switzerland if you like civilised trains and tram systems! We also have better chocolate than the Dutch! :laughlong
    It might take a bit more than 2hours from London though....
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    Re: asking to marry

    I can't help you with the grammar, but I noticed you wrote 'type', not 'say'.... If I were the one answering the question I would want to hear the question, not read it, and especially not if it's...
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    Re: Academic study of stress

    It's hard to admit, but I think I'm on the procrastination side of life!! And today was one of those days when I get up late, not knowing that awaiting me is a day full of issues where...
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    Re: The worlds most famous fortune teller

    :cry::cry::cry:
    why didn't you tell me earlier Betti? Maybe I should sell mine and buy one in a different field then? What would you recommend? Maybe Banking, and then I'd go to America and stop the...
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    Re: The worlds most famous fortune teller

    Ha! I just got the answer to all of this by email: " Low Education? Don't worry, now you can Buy(No study/exam) yourself University Degree!"
    why oh why did I study so long and am still not earning...
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    Re: The worlds most famous fortune teller

    I can offer you the same services for a much better price, my friends!
    I know exactly why I'm still poor (wrong field of work to get rich), and I also know why lovers come and go (that's a regular...
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    Re: How to help exchange student?

    Right! After all, I was on a volunteer program, so I wasn't technically a student :D
    But I sure understand that host families sometimes need to protect "us" from being too wild! :rolleyes: For me it...
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