Monthly Archives: June 2006

Birthdays, quotes and football

   We spend the first twelve months of our children’s lives teaching them to walk and talk and the next twelve telling them to sit down and shut up. — Phyllis Diller Came across this quote this morning… sort of … Continue reading

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How does being an expat ….

…effect your life. Or how has it effected you? Has it changed you? Do you regret moving to another country? J in his ‘Germany doesn’t suck, or does it?’ blog wrote a great post where he raised this question. This … Continue reading

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Insurgents in the south of Thailand

On the 15 of of June, militants set of 50 bombs in the southern provinces of Yala, Pattani and Narathiwat. Yes fifty !! At least 3 were killed and many state workers and civilians injured. 29 happened simultaneously. Apparently, 15th … Continue reading

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Switzerland WON

2: 1         hmmmmmm 2:O Need I say more?? This is one of the big exceptions when I’m proud of my swiss passport lol. Since when do I give a bip about football? Hmmmmmmm. Great game. My phone bills are high … Continue reading

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Chocolate Shop in Chiang Mai

Unforunately I only have this picture from the outside and haven’t actually stepped into the shop and bought any chocolate yet. Will have to do so soon!! Its opposite the new Wawee Coffee Shop right on Nimmenheimen Road.

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