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    ʴդѺ ʹͧѵʵͧ...

    ʴդѺ ʹͧѵʵͧ Һ˹ѧúҧҹ ˹ѧҹբ·˹
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    Anybody spending a week or two in Bangkok or...

    Anybody spending a week or two in Bangkok or surroundings who would be interested in seeing rural life should visit this place. I spent a night there and although the village is a bit short of...
  3. I've witnessed several but haven't been to to...

    I've witnessed several but haven't been to to Sukhothai where they they say the festival originated and where the celebrations are most beautiful. Book a hotel in advance, though. Or you might...
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    I know there is a place called Erawan water falls...

    I know there is a place called Erawan water falls in Kanjanaburi province. Could this be the place you talking about?
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    also, you can visit this site for further...

    also, you can visit this site for further information
    http://www.huahinafterdark.com/forum/index.php
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    They say that the north is most beautiful in...

    They say that the north is most beautiful in February, when the cold season is over and many flowers start blooming. I haven't been there at that time but the visits I've made in October and December...
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    Ramkhamhaeng the Great : (1279 - 1298) Naresuan...

    Ramkhamhaeng the Great : (1279 - 1298)
    Naresuan the Great: (1590 - 1605)
    Narai the Great: (1656-1688)
    Tak Sin the Great: (1767 - 1782)
    Phraphutthayotfa Chulalok the Great: Rama I (1782 - 1809...
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    Yes, Doi Tung is located in Chiang Rai, not far...

    Yes, Doi Tung is located in Chiang Rai, not far away from the northernmost point of Thailand Mae Sai.
    Well worth a visit as is the whole area, which is full of different kind of agricultural...
  9. Thread: Life...

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    Another nice one from Li Bai Bringing in the...

    Another nice one from Li Bai

    Bringing in the Wine

    See how the Yellow River's water move out of heaven.
    Entering the ocean,never to return.
    See how lovely locks in bright mirrors in high...
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    http://www.chinese-poems.com/lb.html I take...

    http://www.chinese-poems.com/lb.html


    I take a bottle of wine and I go to drink it among the flowers.
    We are always three - counting my shadow and my friend,
    The shimmering moon.
    Happily, the...
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    Maki0, if you composed that one yourself, I'm...

    Maki0, if you composed that one yourself, I'm even more impresssed, could you write it down here in Chinese as well?
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    Wow, Maki0, do you like Chinese poetry, I've...

    Wow, Maki0, do you like Chinese poetry, I've always loved it.
    Here's two of my favourites
    The Eastern Gate (Anon. first century a.d. ?)

    I went out at the eastern gate
    I never thought to return...
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    Paul, I've come across the double pricing system...

    Paul, I've come across the double pricing system since my China days in late -80's. Never understood it, do you have the same thing in down under, aussies pay a, overseas aussies pay b, foreign...
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    Paul, I think Maki0 has a very good point here....

    Paul, I think Maki0 has a very good point here. Either you're a big fake (as no one with such amount of money would be looking for symphathy on any kind of forums) or you just dreaming your life...
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    P.S. for some reason, I can't make my quote marks...

    P.S. for some reason, I can't make my quote marks work on this forum, but I'm sure you can see what has been written by you and what by me...
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    Let's see if we can analyze these things...

    Let's see if we can analyze these things paragraph by paragraph.

    It's one of times again when I'm feeling very reflective. I wonder to myself (and sometimes aloud to my pals) why is life such a...
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    check out this one www.ajarn.com

    check out this one
    www.ajarn.com
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    Why is Friday 13th considered an unlucky day in...

    Why is Friday 13th considered an unlucky day in western culture. Because, Jesus was crucified on Friday and it was his 13 discipline who betrayed him. Most of the old believes have their origins...
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    Yes rcalaimo, that's why I had the passage there...

    Yes rcalaimo, that's why I had the passage there twice, I thought it was quite interesting. Maybe I should go and visit the place. Then again, many kinds of groves have been sacred places in the...
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    more info...

    more info
    http://www.thaiworldview.com/bouddha/animism.htm
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    From:Bangkok Post Spirits and ghosts live...

    From:Bangkok Post

    Spirits and ghosts live almost everywhere in Thailand. Most large trees are said to have a ghost or spirit living inside of it and old trees are held in particular respect. The...
  22. Thread: Muang Ake

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    What is known as greater Bangkok is now Bangkok...

    What is known as greater Bangkok is now Bangkok itself, Samut Prakan, Samut Sakhon, Samut Songkram, Nonthaburi and Nakhon Pathom. These are more or less what greater London or New York and...
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    Muang Ake is located in Nonthaburi very close to...

    Muang Ake is located in Nonthaburi very close to Bangkok's international airport, Don Muang. It's about 25 km from downtown Bangkok and there are several buses as well as trains going to down town....
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    I've been travelling around Thailand for the last...

    I've been travelling around Thailand for the last 14 years, both for pleasure and for work. Generally speaking I prefer the trains, if it's only possible. Prices are the same for aircon sleepers and...
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    Well, why not tell us then where you haven't...

    Well, why not tell us then where you haven't been. Might be a bit easier to give advise then.
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    clint has a good point there. There's lot of "bad...

    clint has a good point there. There's lot of "bad talking behind the backs here" concering gayty or lesbianism as with many other things while in front of people these things may not be said as...
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    If she's working, she obviously can't go very far...

    If she's working, she obviously can't go very far away, right? Besides Ayuthaya, which is nice as Vali already mentioned another place withing easy distance is Kanjanaburi, where there's plenty to...
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    If you want to travel by bus or train, yes,...

    If you want to travel by bus or train, yes, that's what I recommend. I find travelling by trains very relaxing, to the extent that I've taken the trans-Siberian train from Moscow to China three times...
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    Do these trains commute multiple times a day? Do...

    Do these trains commute multiple times a day? Do they go to Pattaya as well?[QUOTE]
    There are several trains, one of them you can catch already at Butterworth. Some of them come from Sungaikolok and...
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    Kanjanaburi is well worth a visit. During the...

    Kanjanaburi is well worth a visit. During the winter months I usually go there every second weekend for my work. It's not only the death railway and places related to it, but also the beauty of it's...
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    Evason Hua Hin Resort and Spa 9 moo 3...

    Evason Hua Hin Resort and Spa
    9 moo 3 Paknampran, Pranburi, Prachuabkhirikhan, 77110
    Tel: 032 632111 Email: rsvn@evasonhuahin.com
    www.evasonhuahin.com

    In Pranburi, about 25-30 km south of Hua...
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    Try these, they may be helpful...

    Try these, they may be helpful
    http://www.observergroup.net/
    http://www.huahinafterdark.com
  33. Yes, the rainy season has officially started, but...

    Yes, the rainy season has officially started, but Hua Hin is one of the driest places in Thailand. Last year it rained hardly at all. http://www.thailandguidebook.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/wow.gif
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    If you take the night train from Hua Hin, you...

    If you take the night train from Hua Hin, you leave in the evening and arrive at Malesia the next day. This is the most convenient way from HH. You should book a air-con sleeper in advance though,...
  35. It's approximately 200 km, or about three hours...

    It's approximately 200 km, or about three hours away by car. Ko Thalu is the most popular destination in the area.
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    That must have been King Rama IV's summer palace...

    That must have been King Rama IV's summer palace in Petchburi town. It can be easily spotted while passing the town.
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    I also live here in Hua Hin. Just to add a bit to...

    I also live here in Hua Hin. Just to add a bit to buksida's answer. If you go to Khao Tao, head for Hat Sai Noi beach, it's very pictoresque. Yes, and go to Khao Hin Lek Fai to get an overall view of...
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    If it is ҧ it means "female angel"

    If it is ҧ it means "female angel"
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    I have tried many of those lovely things you sent...

    I have tried many of those lovely things you sent MakiyO, but have not found scorpions yet. I wonder what they taste like. Although I like to taste almost everything, I have to admit that bugs are...
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    Is anybody else phat kraphao afficionado? I am...

    Is anybody else phat kraphao afficionado? I am almost addicted to it http://www.thailandguidebook.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif
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    Here in Hua Hin you can have lessons in aikido...

    Here in Hua Hin you can have lessons in aikido and thai boxing, if you are a martial artist, Chad5781 and want to keep up with the sports during your holiday. The aikido teacher has a black belt with...
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    The first time I ate frogs was oh so long ago,...

    The first time I ate frogs was oh so long ago, when I was studying in Guangzhou. The Chinese menu said tianji (am I right, MakiyO) which translates field chicken, so I thought I would get some kind...
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    MakiyO, how does sars affect the lives of...

    MakiyO, how does sars affect the lives of Singaporeans. Are people walking with covered mouths or any thing else special?
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    What about all the edible bugs, which one's your...

    What about all the edible bugs, which one's your favourite? http://www.thailandguidebook.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif http://www.thailandguidebook.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/tounge.gif
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    1. Weather should be no problem. June/July is...

    1. Weather should be no problem. June/July is early rainy season, which means that it may rain or it may not. If it rains, it's usually a 1-1,5 hour down pour and sunny for the rest of the time.
    2....
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