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  1. Chalong Circle Underpass

  2. Chalong Circle Underpass

  3. Patong - The Wake

    Go have a look your self.
  4. Patong - The Wake

    Yes, on a motorbike.
  5. Patong - The Wake

    Slightly off topic. I drove through Kamala for the first time in four years. Now that place has been brutally raped. I was shocked at the changes.
  6. Good tv series

    Great. Always love watching a first class character actor like J.K. Simmons at work.
  7. Good tv series

    If it's got J.K. Simmons in it, I'll watch it.
  8. Phuket weather 2017

    Yes, my lawn hasn't turned into a brown, burnt, waste-land for a couple of years now. Us gardeners are lovin' it..........
  9. How much does it cost to dig a well?

    A hand-dug well that exploits the water-table is usually called "a well". A narrow diameter deep-bored well using drilling apparatus is usually called "a bore". Saves confusion and is surprisingly easy to remember.
  10. Phuket weather 2017

    When you live on a green, verdant tropical island, then, certain assumptions can be made about the weather on said green, verdant tropical island.
  11. Phuket weather 2017

    The water now has nowhere to go. It used to drain into the rice paddies, 'cept there ain't no more rice paddies and water doesn't soak into concrete. For Patong, which is on flat ground, the state of the tide is also a big factor on how fast the floods recede.
  12. Phuket weather 2017

    That must be inconvenient.......
  13. Righto. Don't have Facebook. Don't want Facebook.
  14. Phuket weather 2017

    I was down the pier road last night and the whole road was a river. Foolishly, after being warned, I started home via the circle. Bike conked out and I couldn't restart it.
  15. Most times, they don't know. They jump on and take off and never check lights. Because my bikes are old and temperamental, I do a check before every journey. The problem with the headlights is a different mentality. Before it became mandatory for bike manufacturers to hard-wire the headlight permanently on, I used to have lots of other motorbikes pass me and with a hand-sign tell me that my headlight was on. Once I tried to explain that the headlight wasn't for me to see by, but, for other motorists to see me. The penny just didn't drop. Headlights are for you to see the road at nighttime. End of...... As for non-functioning headlights at night. There are street lights, so, I can still see the road.