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About berybert

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  1. Illegal to work on a tourist visa. If it had happened in Thailand to a foreign woman she would have been put in jail.
  2. "I've spent a lot of time in Sao Paulo, which has loads of hookers (and indeed dealers), but even in the red light districts you can get a decent conversation and meet plenty of normal girls It just seems that in Thailand when you have an area renowned for sex tourism, it becomes solely about that". Those are your words. You hang around the red light areas of San Paulo and Pattaya. And many other places one would expect. Doesn't take a genius to work out you love the sexpat lifestyle. Maybe a bit jealous some of the fat old munters in wife beaters can afford better birds than you can. The man doth protest too much.
  3. Give it a few weeks and they will put it back. Once the pavement starts sinking it will be the only thing they will think of. I remember a while ago there was a hole in the road that I passed by most days, to sort out the problem they poured tarmac over it. Within a couple of days the tarmac had sunk into the hole and they poured some more over the hole. It took them about 2 weeks to realise they needed to place something solid over the hole and its borders before putting the tarmac over it.
  4. You hang around red light areas but don't like sex tourists ? And yet you admit to being one !!!
  5. I did my 90 day report last week at CW, I didn't report to them within 24 hours of moving to Thailand. I had no problems what so ever. I had far more important things to do in the first day I was here other than running to CW. So no its probably not something you have to do or are expected to do. I didn't do it. I had no problem.
  6. Bangkok hit by heaviest rainfall in 25 years: BMA

    Doesn't matter what happens this Thursday coming. The Thursday after will be a different matter.
  7. Bangkok not seriously affected by flooding: DDPM

    Lets hope he hasn't opened his curtains yet this morning. What a dikhed.
  8. If they ban trucks from certain routes what will the fine be if they still use the route. Know this lot it would likely be 500 baht.
  9. You reckon that rubbish would have fitted in bin ?
  10. Best english speaking truemove shop?

    Theres one as you get off the BTS at Siam. You need to exit on the side that is heading towards Mo Chit. Not sure of the exit number but its signed outside on a big signpost. Downstairs is the True Move café, you need the second floor if I remember rightly. Been there twice and good English with 3 different people.
  11. Fugitive former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra is considering applying for political asylum in three European countries, including the United Kingdom, Germany, and France, a source from her legal team said on Friday. Three European counties including the 3 mentioned above. They are the 3 mentioned above there are no others included.
  12. Can a foreigner win Thai lottery?

    This hasn't taken off as expected. I would have thought we would have had a few lottery multi millionaire commenting by now. Still time.
  13. Prawit tells Yingluck to come out

    Closely followed by 'Boss' and 'Yinluck' '
  14. Immigration closed today???

    Basically this question gets asked every time there is a Budddhist holiday and the same answer is given every time. And then its gets answered again and again and again. Trouble is people are so addled they cant remember their own name let lone if immigration is open.
  15. I have just been for a walk from Thonglo to Silom and could have fallen into 30 different holes or been hit by 100 moto drivers using the pavement, or broke my leg by kicking some derelict piece of street furniture or tree stump As someone who is used to walking the streets of Bangkok I am well aware it is one of the worlds largest danger zones. No sympathy from me.