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    Kids And Camera Exhibition

    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mostly Thursdays it is movie night at Prataap Jaj Last night they showed 'August Rush', a drama with fairy tale elements, where an orphaned musical prodigy uses his gift as a clue to finding his birth parents. Directed by Kirsten Sheridan and staring: Freddie Highmore, Keri Russell and Jonathan Rhys Meyers. Tea, Coffee or Hot Cocoa + popcorn and a movie for 50 baht! If you contact Caty she can put you on her mailing list. Contact details you will find in Dindong's posting. For more information about last night, please see: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=214826515208898 It's a nice group of people in good spirit trying to do the best they can. A good initiative, worthy of all support they can get! Limbo
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    Kangaroo Bar

    We are not leaving the Rai permanantly as it will still be our HOME Base between our travels. I have been coming here for 25+ years and it is where my beautiful wife was born and all her family( and they are mine now also) are here. You will still see me around the watering holes now and then. Off to Nan tommorrow to support Chiangrai United and check out our future Bar/Restuarant venue. What good old Gary didn't realize when he wrote his message was that Chiangrai United played the evening before at home against Muang Thong United, last year's champion of Thailand, now playing for Thailand in the Asian Football Cup (I hope they did well against this Singaporean club yesterday Muang Thong I mean, because Chiangrai United did very well last Saterday, they won 1 - 0). Reports on this spectacular event you can find on the new English language Chiangrai United site mentioned in the slowly closing down football thread of this forum. So, realizing it after arriving at the pitch, Big Gary became one of the new supporters of Nan Town FC, that is wrestling heavily at the bottom of Division 2 region north. It might have been the presence of not less than nine new-baked foreign fans that gave Nan Fc wings and, what nobody expected, they gained their second point last Sunday and this in not less than ten games (their first point they earned several weeks ago here in town against the civils servants club Chiang Rai Fc - for sale, if you are interested)! Like then, also now the end score was nill to nill. Exciting game thus. The victim came this time from Kampaengphet and it was accompagnied by the spectacular 'farang' cheerleader Volkschen. The foreigners came from Nan, Chiang Rai and Bangkok. It is nice to see that a little club manages to attract a small multi-national (Swedish, Dutch, Australian, British and German) crowd of foreigners being part of a circle of friends. Good luck Big Gary, enjoy your trip through Australia and, once more, come back healthy! Limbo PS: If you want to combine a Sunday afternoon game of Nan Fc with a visit to the excellent National Museum of Nan and, of course, want to have a glimp of the extra-ordinary murals of Wat Puminn, you should realize that these cultural highlights are closed on Mondays. Okay Big Gary, the gentlemen at the left are the ones you should cheer! . . . . . . . . . . . .
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    Kangaroo Bar

    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wish you all the best! . . . .Dear LT and Garry, Thanks for the good times in the Kangaroo Bar! You did a great job there. My wife and I wish you a superb trip through your good old home country! Her first reaction was: 'Let's pack our bags as well'. I must honestly say that it made me thinking. Enjoy your retirement and we will look forward to see you again! Come back healthy! Limbo PS: Here life will go on and we hope to see Sean coming Sunday in Nan at the the game Nan FC vs Kampaengphet FC, simply because we want to see how a club plays that only gathered 1 point out of 9 games. Must be spectacular! . . . . .