THAIPHUKET

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  1. http://www.aig.co.th/en/personal Got it! Thanks. Makes me feel young#! Sent from my HTC One using Tapatalk
  2. When I tried to fill out the online form only local states came up. AIG by any chance in Thailand? Any good agent? Sent from my HTC One using Tapatalk
  3. Thanks Geoffrey , I checked the application form. What I see only US RESIDENTS can apply. Or ? Sent from my HTC One using Tapatalk
  4. Just as general info. Might be of help.I was 65, not so many options already at that age. For a 3 week trip from Berlin to New York I got cover by Global Link, UK. It serves UK & EU residents. Primary address in still Berlin. Gosh, was I lucky! In NY I had a blackout in a restaurant. Ambulance. One night in Emergency under observation. Nothing found. Cost sweet $10.000! Global got my latest health report. Clean Bill. Perhaps 5 emails the most. No calls, no questions. Bills were directly paid. Just in case someone is interested. My residency is now Thailand. So I need another insurer for a trip Th -Germany. Do you know one who insures at my young age?
  5. How to avoid the condensate water after deep freezing? And how to pack it after slicing? I guess in this climate the only option to keep a tasty bread is to put it into the fridge. What do you again with condensate? I guess there is no way to make it crispy again except by toasting. ( Not with Graubrot , toasting changes the taste too much.........for me)
  6. Searching for replies by SHERYL to on old post of mine. It seems I can see my own post but not broken down into forums and replies
  7. Does coconut not give a sweetish flavor to everything? Sent from my HTC One using Tapatalk
  8. Greek Restaurant is a good idea. At least to my taste the virgin oils tasted so strong that the flavor was overriding everything else. That is no my idea, it should be complimentary.
  9. I was sure I knew the expression but not in this context. So I had to look it up , still love to learn: A woman prostitute. b. An untidy, dirty woman; a slattern. [Middle English slutte Which begs the Question= some chauvinistic streaks? No reply expected -:) Sent from my HTC One using Tapatalk
  10. Ok, no more wine tasting only olive oil Sent from my HTC One using Tapatalk
  11. Nice story Roger. And what oil for bread? Sent from my HTC One using Tapatalk
  12. Extra virgin changes the taste too much, very strong. Don't think you would ear it with white bread. The other is also strong but modifies the taste of the bread or salad. I prefer a touch of olive. And I've had that.
  13. Here the two oils
  14. I used virgin oil and light Olive oil. But none has the taste I wanted= the fine, unimposing Olive oil the Italians soak the bread in. Which one is it?
  15. Apologies for late reaction but thank you, that's more than can be expected. Greetings form Chiang Mai