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    Hello,

    I'm writing to a friend in Thailand. However, I'm not sure that her address is correct. I want to be sure the letter arrives. Can you help? Does this address look right to you??

    39/11 Bancocksananw
    Srinarong
    Chumplburi
    Sarin 32190

    Please let me know.

    Thanks very much.

    CB

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    I can only help you with the last bit

    Chumphon Buri
    Surin
    32190

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    That's great. Thank you very much.

    If anyone can help with any of the other bits, I'd really appreciate it.

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    Maybe you could ask her to email you her address in Thai, print that out and put it on the envelope ?

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    I like the idea, Mike, but unfortunately my friend doesn't have access to a computer, let alone know how to use one.

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    Do you have her telephone number? If so, send it to us by PM and we will ring and ask her!

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    Unfortunately, all I have is the address, that she wrote down.

    Does "Bancocksananw" sound right to you? It doesn't to me.

    Maybe something like :

    "Bangkoksananw" would be better. Does "sananw" mean road? Or is there a word similar to "sananw" that would make more sense ?

    Thank you all very much for your ideas.

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