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  1. International Food Store Food For Foreigners - Our Great Various Range of different cheese to be found here Our Great Various Range of Cheese From Food For Foreigners Great Quality Cheese With Great Prices!!! EMBORG Gouda Cheese @ 295 baht per kg REAL FARMERS Mild Cheddar @ 330 baht per kg Friendship Edam @ 249 baht per kg Gut von Holstein EDAMER @ 449 baht per kg Ammerlander Gouda @ 375 baht per kg Edam Cheese Ball @ 649 baht per kg AURICCHIO Pecorino Romano @ 399 baht per kg Traditional Red Leicester @ 579 baht per kg Traditional Double Gloucester @ 579 baht per kg Traditional White Cheshire @ 579 baht per kg Wensleydale @ 579 baht per kg Australian Mild & Creamy Cheddar @ 189 baht per kg White Cheddar Cheese @ 299 baht 249 baht per kg This one is our best selling cheese despite What it looks like It really is our best tasting cheese!!! Australian Mature Cheddar Off Cuts @ 225 baht per kg THERE ARE MORE CHEESES AND OTHER PRODUCTS IN OUR STORE SO FEEL FREE TO EMAIL US OR LEAVE A COMMENT FOR OUR FULL PRICE LIST [email protected]
  2. Highly ethical investment opportunity - fixed returns of up to 15% ETHICAL INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY – FIXED RETURNS OF UP TO 15% When it comes to investing, it all boils down to 2 simple elements - Risk versus Reward. Every investor is simply looking to place their money into the minimal risk possible, for the highest returns available. Traditionally, it’s widely considered that placing your money with the bank is the safest option, and still today, this remains the most popular place for people to keep their money. The banking business model is quite simple; they borrow money by offering interest to their clients to place funds on deposit or in fixed term policies. Then once the bank have these funds they then lend that same money back out to other clients. Lending is done in a variety of ways but the 'bread and butter' of the banking industry is the mortgage. The mortgage is the cheapest form of lending a bank generally offers. Most banks work to similar criteria and are very stringent with the terms in which they will lend. When assessing a mortgage application, the banks are generally looking for 2 things: 1 - Security 2 - Ability to repay the loan. Security - As a rule of thumb the banks will consider lending at around 70% loan to value (LTV). This means that they will only lend a sum of money equal to a maximum of 70% of the value of the asset that they are securing the mortgage against. Ability to repay the loan - Banks are very 'black and white' when it comes to this, and in order to be financed at their most competitive rate, they will look for an established revenue stream that is sufficient enough to comfortably make the monthly payments. Generally for corporate loans, they like to see 3 year's history of regular income. Once this criteria is met the banks will be willing to approve a mortgage, as this will be considered a very safe investment by the bank. When you put your money in the bank, they are making a huge mark-up on your money. In the current financial climate banks are commonly paying interest of approximately 1% p/a to borrow money and then lend that same money back out at 5% or higher - meaning that they are making a whopping 400-500% mark up on YOUR money! Due to the huge amounts of money considered in mortgages, the banks are very fortunate to only have competition within each other as it is very rare that an individual is wealthy enough to be making such substantial personal investment. At Emerging Trends Advisors we have tirelessly searched the globe looking for the best investment products on the market to offer to our clients. What we continuously found was that any developer/company that was offering to pay returns which were higher than the lending rate being offered by the banks in their respective countries, was that something simply didn’t quite stack up. Now we’re not saying that the market is obsolete of investment products that represent a good return for a fair risk, not at all. We are simply stating a fact here: If an investment product is offering 'guaranteed returns' of 8% per annum 'secured by real estate' in a country where the banks are offering mortgages at 8% or less, then the question needs to asked: Why do they not just go to the bank? Think about it; if a company is offering 8% and going to the public, they will also invariably incur marketing costs and probably commissions too, therefore making their total cost much higher than what they are promising to the investors. Another inconvenience will be that when going to the public, they simply can’t be sure of exactly how successful they will be in raising the money, and so when planning the development of their project they inevitably will not be able to give firm timelines as any work will be dependent on first raising the funds. So to put it simply, if you're considering an investment product which is offering you 8% per annum and the investment is based in a country where the banks are lending at anything less than 10% then for whatever reason, the banks simply considered that offer as “not worth the risk.” If you dig deep enough you will generally find one of the following reasons for the banks refusing to lend: - The asset securing the investment isn’t of sufficient value. - There isn’t an established revenue stream in place to cover the interest being payable. - The people behind the projects are deemed non-creditworthy. As mentioned above the banking business model is to lend money. Banks spend millions on marketing campaigns solely to let people know they are willing to lend, and so it's not in the bank's interest to turn people away for no reason, in fact it’s the opposite. So if a bank has rendered an investment product as “not worth the risk” even if increasing their rate of interest to try and accommodate them, then surly this has got to get you thinking twice about the risk of such investment? So we can argue that the banks are fortunate enough to be selective and that your average customer simply doesn’t have the option of a “safe” investment vehicle such as a mortgage available to him, and in fairness this is correct. Even if an individual was wealthy enough to consider offering a mortgage to a person or company as a personal investment, invariably there are laws in place prohibiting people from doing just that. It’s no secret that the banks have a lot of say in most country's policies and it's in their interest to make it as difficult as possible for anyone to muscle in on their turf. At Emerging Trends Advisors we were determined not to accept 'the way things are' and we set about developing a product that would enable our clients the privilege of enjoying an investment vehicle usually only reserved for the banks and big institutions. The first thing we needed to do was find a country whereby the base rate of interest was such that we had enough room to make the margins required. Furthermore, we also had to be confident in the economy and long-term future of the country. After extensive research we decided India had everything we were looking for and in fairness even more in terms of potential. In India the banks are managing to offer mortgages which fully meet their stringent criteria, commanding interest rates of 12-15%. Obviously our intention was to step in place of the Indian banks and offer mortgages at cheaper rates, and fund these mortgages by grouping our smaller investors together. This was easier said than done, as mentioned above, there are legal obstacles to overcome. In order to ensure that we could achieve our objective and most importantly stay completely within the lines of the laws, we set up a legal team that consisted of established Indian lawyers and also international lawyers, specifically from CMS law - one of the top 10 legal companies in the world. Once we had extensively researched the laws within India and the regulations of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) together with laws of several other countries, we agreed upon a structure that see’s us issue corporate bonds from an entity in Singapore, which then allowed us to move the funds into India, via purchasing equity in other companies that were formed specifically to own the properties being offered as the security over the investment. Not being a bank or an approved lender in India restricted us from registering charges on properties with the government land offices, and so to overcome this obstacle we entered into an 'escrow arrangement' to give sufficient protection to our investors over the security. We then proceeded to converse with some Indian corporations to discuss entering into this arrangement with us. This in fact proved very easy, with almost everyone agreeing to refinance their current mortgages with us at a lower rate - a 'no brainer' as they say! Of course, prior to entering into any agreements, we first needed to ensure that we were lending responsibly. To do this we simply followed the process that a bank would use when considering an application, taking into account the same 2 crucial points: 1 - Security: For this we engaged with CBRE (the world’s largest real estate company) to process thorough valuations on any properties we considered to 're-mortgage.' 2 - Ability to repay the loan: For this we engaged with KPMG (one of the leading audit firms in the world) to carry out full audits to satisfy us of the applicant's ability to repay. After many months, we are now fully confident that we can offer THE ONLY investment product on the market that fully meets bank lending criteria! We believe that with the returns that we can offer our investors, coupled with the assessment of the risk versus reward ratio, our investment product wins hands down over any other product you might be considering. In excess of $700,000 USD was invested in legal, valuation, and audit expenses to bring this product to market, and we believe that this product will be completely unrivalled. Due to a willingness of almost everyone to use us to re-finance their debt, we began to realise that we could be very selective. Therefore, we made a decision that we would prioritise the companies that had an 'ethical concept' to their business. This then added an extra bonus that we could not only offer fantastic, second to none investment options, but investments whereby our clients could also be proud in the fact that the money is being invested into very good, ethical types of businesses. Aditya Group, who are the first 're-mortgage' we are doing, are a philanthropic group that actually donate millions to educating children in India. Next in the pipeline is Baidyanath; a natural medication company who are now also involved in the alternative energy business of wind farms, naturally tackling the problem of pollution in the world. To find out how you can earn great returns of up to 10% per year on low-risk secured investments, boasting long-established revenue streams to facilitate the repayment, plus helping towards bettering the lives of children and more, please contact Emerging Trends Advisors today to speak to one of our consultants. Find out more: https://emergingtrendsadvisors.com/aditya-group-bond-information/
  3. Asian School Investment Bonds - Up to 15% returns ETHICAL INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY – FIXED RETURNS OF UP TO 15% When it comes to investing, it all boils down to 2 simple elements - Risk versus Reward. Every investor is simply looking to place their money into the minimal risk possible, for the highest returns available. Traditionally, it’s widely considered that placing your money with the bank is the safest option, and still today, this remains the most popular place for people to keep their money. The banking business model is quite simple; they borrow money by offering interest to their clients to place funds on deposit or in fixed term policies. Then once the bank have these funds they then lend that same money back out to other clients. Lending is done in a variety of ways but the 'bread and butter' of the banking industry is the mortgage. The mortgage is the cheapest form of lending a bank generally offers. Most banks work to similar criteria and are very stringent with the terms in which they will lend. When assessing a mortgage application, the banks are generally looking for 2 things: 1 - Security 2 - Ability to repay the loan. Security - As a rule of thumb the banks will consider lending at around 70% loan to value (LTV). This means that they will only lend a sum of money equal to a maximum of 70% of the value of the asset that they are securing the mortgage against. Ability to repay the loan - Banks are very 'black and white' when it comes to this, and in order to be financed at their most competitive rate, they will look for an established revenue stream that is sufficient enough to comfortably make the monthly payments. Generally for corporate loans, they like to see 3 year's history of regular income. Once this criteria is met the banks will be willing to approve a mortgage, as this will be considered a very safe investment by the bank. When you put your money in the bank, they are making a huge mark-up on your money. In the current financial climate banks are commonly paying interest of approximately 1% p/a to borrow money and then lend that same money back out at 5% or higher - meaning that they are making a whopping 400-500% mark up on YOUR money! Due to the huge amounts of money considered in mortgages, the banks are very fortunate to only have competition within each other as it is very rare that an individual is wealthy enough to be making such substantial personal investment. At Emerging Trends Advisors we have tirelessly searched the globe looking for the best investment products on the market to offer to our clients. What we continuously found was that any developer/company that was offering to pay returns which were higher than the lending rate being offered by the banks in their respective countries, was that something simply didn’t quite stack up. Now we’re not saying that the market is obsolete of investment products that represent a good return for a fair risk, not at all. We are simply stating a fact here: If an investment product is offering 'guaranteed returns' of 8% per annum 'secured by real estate' in a country where the banks are offering mortgages at 8% or less, then the question needs to asked: Why do they not just go to the bank? Think about it; if a company is offering 8% and going to the public, they will also invariably incur marketing costs and probably commissions too, therefore making their total cost much higher than what they are promising to the investors. Another inconvenience will be that when going to the public, they simply can’t be sure of exactly how successful they will be in raising the money, and so when planning the development of their project they inevitably will not be able to give firm timelines as any work will be dependent on first raising the funds. So to put it simply, if you're considering an investment product which is offering you 8% per annum and the investment is based in a country where the banks are lending at anything less than 10% then for whatever reason, the banks simply considered that offer as “not worth the risk.” If you dig deep enough you will generally find one of the following reasons for the banks refusing to lend: - The asset securing the investment isn’t of sufficient value. - There isn’t an established revenue stream in place to cover the interest being payable. - The people behind the projects are deemed non-creditworthy. As mentioned above the banking business model is to lend money. Banks spend millions on marketing campaigns solely to let people know they are willing to lend, and so it's not in the bank's interest to turn people away for no reason, in fact it’s the opposite. So if a bank has rendered an investment product as “not worth the risk” even if increasing their rate of interest to try and accommodate them, then surly this has got to get you thinking twice about the risk of such investment? So we can argue that the banks are fortunate enough to be selective and that your average customer simply doesn’t have the option of a “safe” investment vehicle such as a mortgage available to him, and in fairness this is correct. Even if an individual was wealthy enough to consider offering a mortgage to a person or company as a personal investment, invariably there are laws in place prohibiting people from doing just that. It’s no secret that the banks have a lot of say in most country's policies and it's in their interest to make it as difficult as possible for anyone to muscle in on their turf. At Emerging Trends Advisors we were determined not to accept 'the way things are' and we set about developing a product that would enable our clients the privilege of enjoying an investment vehicle usually only reserved for the banks and big institutions. The first thing we needed to do was find a country whereby the base rate of interest was such that we had enough room to make the margins required. Furthermore, we also had to be confident in the economy and long-term future of the country. After extensive research we decided India had everything we were looking for and in fairness even more in terms of potential. In India the banks are managing to offer mortgages which fully meet their stringent criteria, commanding interest rates of 12-15%. Obviously our intention was to step in place of the Indian banks and offer mortgages at cheaper rates, and fund these mortgages by grouping our smaller investors together. This was easier said than done, as mentioned above, there are legal obstacles to overcome. In order to ensure that we could achieve our objective and most importantly stay completely within the lines of the laws, we set up a legal team that consisted of established Indian lawyers and also international lawyers, specifically from CMS law - one of the top 10 legal companies in the world. Once we had extensively researched the laws within India and the regulations of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) together with laws of several other countries, we agreed upon a structure that see’s us issue corporate bonds from an entity in Singapore, which then allowed us to move the funds into India, via purchasing equity in other companies that were formed specifically to own the properties being offered as the security over the investment. Not being a bank or an approved lender in India restricted us from registering charges on properties with the government land offices, and so to overcome this obstacle we entered into an 'escrow arrangement' to give sufficient protection to our investors over the security. We then proceeded to converse with some Indian corporations to discuss entering into this arrangement with us. This in fact proved very easy, with almost everyone agreeing to refinance their current mortgages with us at a lower rate - a 'no brainer' as they say! Of course, prior to entering into any agreements, we first needed to ensure that we were lending responsibly. To do this we simply followed the process that a bank would use when considering an application, taking into account the same 2 crucial points: 1 - Security: For this we engaged with CBRE (the world’s largest real estate company) to process thorough valuations on any properties we considered to 're-mortgage.' 2 - Ability to repay the loan: For this we engaged with KPMG (one of the leading audit firms in the world) to carry out full audits to satisfy us of the applicant's ability to repay. After many months, we are now fully confident that we can offer THE ONLY investment product on the market that fully meets bank lending criteria! We believe that with the returns that we can offer our investors, coupled with the assessment of the risk versus reward ratio, our investment product wins hands down over any other product you might be considering. In excess of $700,000 USD was invested in legal, valuation, and audit expenses to bring this product to market, and we believe that this product will be completely unrivalled. Due to a willingness of almost everyone to use us to re-finance their debt, we began to realise that we could be very selective. Therefore, we made a decision that we would prioritise the companies that had an 'ethical concept' to their business. This then added an extra bonus that we could not only offer fantastic, second to none investment options, but investments whereby our clients could also be proud in the fact that the money is being invested into very good, ethical types of businesses. Aditya Group, who are the first 're-mortgage' we are doing, are a philanthropic group that actually donate millions to educating children in India. Next in the pipeline is Baidyanath; a natural medication company who are now also involved in the alternative energy business of wind farms, naturally tackling the problem of pollution in the world. To find out how you can earn great returns of up to 10% per year on low-risk secured investments, boasting long-established revenue streams to facilitate the repayment, plus helping towards bettering the lives of children and more, please contact Emerging Trends Advisors today to speak to one of our consultants. Find out more: https://emergingtrendsadvisors.com/aditya-group-bond-information/
  4. A proud ethical investment providing you healthy monthly returns Risk versus Reward When it comes to investing, it all boils down to 2 simple elements – Risk versus Reward. Every investor is simply looking to place their money into the minimal risk possible, for the highest returns available. Traditionally, it’s widely considered that placing your money with the bank is the safest option, and still today, this remains the most popular place for people to keep their money. The banking business model is quite simple; they borrow money by offering interest to their clients to place funds on deposit or in fixed term policies. Then once the bank have these funds they then lend that same money back out to other clients. Lending is done in a variety of ways but the ‘bread and butter’ of the banking industry is the mortgage. The mortgage is the cheapest form of lending a bank generally offers. Most banks work to similar criteria and are very stringent with the terms in which they will lend. When assessing a mortgage application, the banks are generelly looking for 2 things: 1 – Security 2 – Ability to repay the loan Security As a rule of thumb the banks will consider lending at around 70% loan to value (LTV). This means that they will only lend a sum of money equal to a maximum of 70% of the value of the asset that they are securing the mortgage against. Ability to repay the loan Banks are very ‘black and white’ when it comes to this, and in order to be financed at their most competitive rate, they will look for an established revenue stream that is sufficient enough to comfortably make the monthly payments. Generally for corporate loans, they like to see 3 year’s history of regular income. Once this criteria is met the banks will be willing to approve a mortgage, as this will be considered a very safe investment by the bank. What Happens When you put your money in the Bank? When you put your money in the Bank, they are making a huge mark-up on your money. In the current financial climate banks it’s not uncommonly for a bank to be paying interest of approximately 1% p/a to borrow money and then lend that same money back out at 5% or higher – meaning that they are making a whopping 400-500% mark up on YOUR money! Due to the relatively large sums of money involved, the banks are very fortunate to only have competition with in each other as it is very rare that an individual is wealthy enough to be making such substantial personal investment. Extensive Research At Emerging Trends Advisors we have tirelessly searched the globe looking for the best investment products on the market to offer to our clients. What we continuously found was that any developer/company that was offering to pay returns which were higher than the lending rate being offered by the banks in their respective countries, was that something simply didn’t quite stack up. Now we’re not saying that the market is obsolete of investment products that represent a good return for a fair risk, not at all. We are simply stating a fact here: If an investment product is offering ‘guaranteed returns’ of 8% per annum ‘secured by real estate’ in a country where the banks are offering mortgages at 8% or less, then the question needs to asked: Why do they not just go to the bank? Think about it; if a company is offering 8% and going to the public, they will also invariably incur marketing costs and probably commissions too, therefore making their total cost much higher than what they are promising to the investors. Another inconvenience will be that when going to the public, they simply can’t be sure of exactly how successful they will be in raising the money, and so when planning the development of their project they inevitably will not be able to give firm timelines as any work will be dependent on first raising the funds. So to put it simply, if you’re considering an investment product which is offering you 8% per annum and the investment is based in a country where the banks are lending at anything less than 10% then for whatever reason, the banks simply considered that offer as “not worth the risk.” If you dig deep enough you will generally find one of the following reasons for the banks refusing to lend: – The asset securing the investment isn’t of sufficient value. – There isn’t an established revenue stream in place to cover the interest being payable. – The people behind the projects are deemed non-creditworthy. As mentioned above the banking business model is to lend money. Banks spend millions on marketing campaigns solely to let people know they are willing to lend, and so it’s not in the bank’s interest to turn people away for no reason, in fact it’s the opposite. So if a bank has rendered an investment product as “not worth the risk” even if increasing their rate of interest to try and accommodate them, then surly this has got to get you thinking twice about the risk of such investment? So we can argue that the banks are fortunate enough to be selective and that your average customer simply doesn’t have the option of a “safe” investment vehicle such as a mortgage available to him, and in fairness this is correct. Even if an individual was wealthy enough to consider offering a mortgage to a person or company as a personal investment, invariably there are laws in place prohibiting people from doing just that. It’s no secret that the banks have a lot of say in most country’s policies and it’s in their interest to make it as difficult as possible for anyone to muscle in on their turf. Our Goal At Emerging Trends Advisors we were determined not to accept ‘the way things are’ and we set about developing a product that would enable our clients the privilege of enjoying an investment vehicle usually only reserved for the banks and big institutions. The first thing we needed to do was find a country whereby the base rate of interest was such that we had enough room to make the margins required. Furthermore, we also had to be confident in the economy and long-term future of the country. After extensive research we decided India had everything we were looking for and in fairness even more in terms of potential. In India the banks are managing to offer mortgages which fully meet their stringent criteria, commanding interest rates of 12-15%. Obviously our intention was to step in place of the Indian banks and offer mortgages at cheaper rates, and fund these mortgages by grouping our smaller investors together. This was easier said than done, as mentioned above, there are legal obstacles to overcome. In order to ensure that we could achieve our objective and most importantly stay completely within the lines of the laws, we set up a legal team that consisted of established Indian lawyers and also international lawyers, specifically from CMS law – one of the top 10 legal companies in the world. Once we had extensively researched the laws within India and the regulations of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) together with laws of several other countries, we agreed upon a structure that see’s us issue corporate bonds from a entity in Singapore, which then allowed us to move the funds into India, via purchasing equity in other companies that were formed specifically to own the properties being offered as the security over the investment. Not being a bank or an approved lender in India restricted us from registering charges on properties with the government land offices, and so to overcome this obstacle we entered into an ‘escrow arrangement’ to give sufficient protection to our investors over the security. We then proceeded to converse with some Indian corporations to discuss entering into this arrangement with us. This infact proved very easy, with almost everyone agreeing to refinance their current mortgages with us at a lower rate – a ‘no brainer’ as they say! Of course, prior to entering into any agreements, we first needed to ensure that we were lending responsibly. To do this we simply followed the process that a bank would use when considering an application, taking into account the same 2 crucial points: 1 – Security: For this we engaged with CBRE (the worlds largest real estate company) to process thorough valuations on any properties we considered to ‘re-mortgage.’ 2 – Ability to repay the loan: For this we engaged with KPMG (one of the leading audit firms in the world) to carry out full audits to satisfy us of the applicant’s ability to repay. We are now fully confident that we can offer THE ONLY investment product on the market that fully meets bank lending criteria and with the returns we can offer our investors, we believe that when assessing the risk versus reward ratio, our investment product wins hands down over any other product you might be considering. With no expense spared and an obsession to develop the best product possible, we spent a total of 12 months before we offered the first investment options. On top of the patience in making sure no stone was left unturned, we also incurred total expenses of over $700,000 USD in legal, valuation, audit, firming companies etc. to bring this product to market. We are the first in the world to have done what we have done and whilst the interest rates remain as they are we believe that this product will be completely unrivalled. Outcome Due to a willingness of almost everyone to use us to re-finance their debt, we began to realise that we could be very selective. Therefore, we made a decision that we would prioritise the companies that had an ‘ethical concept’ to their business. This then added an extra bonus that we could not only offer fantastic, second to none investment options, but investments whereby our clients could also be proud in the fact that the money is being invested into very good, ethical types of businesses. Aditya Group, who are the first ‘re-mortgage’ we are doing, are a philanthropic group that actually donate millions to educating children in India. Next in the pipeline is Baidyanath; a natural medication company who are now also involved in the alternative energy business of wind farms, naturally takling the problem of pollution in the world. The Opportunity to Invest To find out how you can earn great returns of up to 10% per year on low-risk secured investments, boasting long-established revenue streams to facilitate the repayment, plus helping towards bettering the lives of children and more, please contact Emerging Trends Advisors today to speak to one of our consultants. Find out more: https://emergingtrendsadvisors.com/aditya-group-bond-information/
  5. 5 FREE Dry Aged Burgers (worth 750 baht) with every order of Angus Ribeye from Argentina Conditions: 5 FREE Dry Aged Burgers will be manually added to your order. Nationwide delivery. Offer ends Sunday 26th August. Our collection of Certified Angus beef from Argentina is the highest quality and taste delivering a superb steak that will leave you coming back for more! All naturally raised 100% British Breeds (Angus / Hereford) Grass fed and grain finished Less than 24 months ORDER NOW click here.
  6. International Food Store Food For Foreigners - Our Great Various Range of different cheese to be found here Our Great Various Range of Cheese From Food For Foreigners Great Quality Cheese With Great Prices!!! EMBORG Gouda Cheese @ 295 baht per kg REAL FARMERS Mild Cheddar @ 330 baht per kg Friendship Edam @ 249 baht per kg Gut von Holstein EDAMER @ 449 baht per kg Ammerlander Gouda @ 375 baht per kg Edam Cheese Ball @ 649 baht per kg AURICCHIO Pecorino Romano @ 399 baht per kg Traditional Red Leicester @ 579 baht per kg Traditional Double Gloucester @ 579 baht per kg Traditional White Cheshire @ 579 baht per kg Wensleydale @ 579 baht per kg Australian Mild & Creamy Cheddar @ 189 baht per kg White Cheddar Cheese @ 299 baht 249 baht per kg This one is our best selling cheese despite What it looks like It really is our best tasting cheese!!! Australian Mature Cheddar Off Cuts @ 225 baht per kg THERE ARE MORE CHEESES AND OTHER PRODUCTS IN OUR STORE SO FEEL FREE TO EMAIL US OR LEAVE A COMMENT FOR OUR FULL PRICE LIST [email protected]
  7. Are you interested in a 2nd passport with visa free travel? Are you interested in acquiring a 2nd passport? Please fill out our survey to see if you qualify and leave your email address so we can contact you with more details. Complete the survey here: https://kwiksurveys.com/s/0YRYkrwx#!/0
  8. International Food Store Food For Foreigners - Our Great Various Range of different cheese to be found here Our Great Various Range of Cheese From Food For Foreigners Great Quality Cheese With Great Prices!!! EMBORG Gouda Cheese @ 295 baht per kg REAL FARMERS Mild Cheddar @ 330 baht per kg Friendship Edam @ 249 baht per kg Gut von Holstein EDAMER @ 449 baht per kg Ammerlander Gouda @ 375 baht per kg Edam Cheese Ball @ 649 baht per kg AURICCHIO Pecorino Romano @ 399 baht per kg Traditional Red Leicester @ 579 baht per kg Traditional Double Gloucester @ 579 baht per kg Traditional White Cheshire @ 579 baht per kg Wensleydale @ 579 baht per kg Australian Mild & Creamy Cheddar @ 189 baht per kg White Cheddar Cheese @ 299 baht 249 baht per kg This one is our best selling cheese despite What it looks like It really is our best tasting cheese!!! Australian Mature Cheddar Off Cuts @ 225 baht per kg THERE ARE MORE CHEESES AND OTHER PRODUCTS IN OUR STORE SO FEEL FREE TO EMAIL US OR LEAVE A COMMENT FOR OUR FULL PRICE LIST [email protected]
  9. Lelawadee Restaurant Launches New Menu and Chocolate Bar at Mövenpick Hotel Sukhumvit 15 Bangkok Lelawadee, Mövenpick Hotel Sukhumvit 15 Bangkok, set around a central garden that overlooks a waterfall, surrounded by plants and large bay windows, relaxing eatery offers a wide choice of both Western and Eastern cuisines. Now, Lelawadee goes even further, with the launch of a new eclectic menu and unique Chocolate Bar menu. The new Lelawadee menu features authentic Thai classics, as well as its wide array of Western favorites. Add to this, Lelawadee’s new range of Mediterranean cuisine with standouts like hummus, Mixed Grill, Beef Kebab as just part of an exciting cosmopolitan dining adventure. In addition, Lelawadee is also launching a one of a kind unwise Chocolate Bar, where master mixologists create chocolate cocktails and mocktails, paying homage to Mövenpick’s Swiss roots as a purveyor of chocolate excellence. In this new bar experience, guests can choose their level of “darkness”, ranging from 70%, 80% and 90% of the highest grade find Swiss chocolate. The drink menu features some creative cocktails and mocktails, both hot and cold, with standouts such as the Choco Castro, highly recommended for the guys comprised of Hennessy V.S.O.P, Bailey’s Irish Cream, 90% Swiss chocolate, rum and cream; or for the ladies, how about a Brody, made with white chocolate vodka, Bailey’s, strawberry sauce, and cream. These sweet drinks can take the place of dessert or else be part of a fun-filled bar and nightcap experience post-dinner. you wont’ find daring drinks and such an inclusive international menu at any other establishment in Bangkok, and all come with the Mövenpick’s longstanding guarantee for quality along with top notch service. Come experience Lelawadee’s exciting new offerings now! For further information, please contact: Mövenpick Hotel Sukhumvit 15 Bangkok 47 Sukhumvit 15, Klongtoey Nua, Wattana | 10110 | Bangkok | Thailand Phone +66 (0) 2119 3100 | Fax +66 (0) 2119 3119 | [email protected] Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/movenpickBKK/ Website: https://www.movenpick.com/en/asia/thailand/bangkok/bangkok/overview/
  10. International Food Store Food For Foreigners - Tea bags from various brands including Typhoo, Tetley, PG Tips Our Various Tea Products in the store: Typhoo One Cup 300 tea bags @ 365 baht Typhoo One Cup 100 tea bags @ 135 baht Typhoo One Cup Decaf 80 tea bags @ 135 baht Tetley One Cup 72 tea bags @ 150 baht PG Tips Original 160 tea bags @ 325 baht PG Tips Original 80 tea bags @ 243 baht Taylors Yorkshire Tea 40 tea bags @ 135 baht Vintage Teas green tea natural Mint 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas green tea natural jasmine 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas pure green natural tea 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas green tea natural apple 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas mint infusion soothes 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas forestberry infusion 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas Chamomile infusion 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas Rooibos orange infusion 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas English breakfast bold flavor 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas black tea earl grey 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas apricot sweet bouquet 30 tea bags @ 225 baht LOYD ENGLISH breakfast 20 tea bags @ 81 baht LOYD GREEN TEA with lemon 20 tea bags @ 81 baht LOYD RED FRUIT 20 tea bags @ 81 baht LOYD Pure Natural GREEN TEA 20 tea bags @ 81 baht LOYD EARL GREY 20 tea bags @ 81 baht WE ARE NOW DOING SAME DAY DELIVERY SERVICE TO BANGKOK AND MOST OF THE PROVINCES IN THAILAND EMAIL US OR LEAVE A COMMENT BELOW FOR OUR FULL PRICE LIST [email protected]
  11. Investments with good returns AND an ethical concept Risk versus Reward When it comes to investing, it all boils down to 2 simple elements – Risk versus Reward. Every investor is simply looking to place their money into the minimal risk possible, for the highest returns available. Traditionally, it’s widely considered that placing your money with the bank is the safest option, and still today, this remains the most popular place for people to keep their money. The banking business model is quite simple; they borrow money by offering interest to their clients to place funds on deposit or in fixed term policies. Then once the bank have these funds they then lend that same money back out to other clients. Lending is done in a variety of ways but the ‘bread and butter’ of the banking industry is the mortgage. The mortgage is the cheapest form of lending a bank generally offers. Most banks work to similar criteria and are very stringent with the terms in which they will lend. When assessing a mortgage application, the banks are generelly looking for 2 things: 1 – Security 2 – Ability to repay the loan Security As a rule of thumb the banks will consider lending at around 70% loan to value (LTV). This means that they will only lend a sum of money equal to a maximum of 70% of the value of the asset that they are securing the mortgage against. Ability to repay the loan Banks are very ‘black and white’ when it comes to this, and in order to be financed at their most competitive rate, they will look for an established revenue stream that is sufficient enough to comfortably make the monthly payments. Generally for corporate loans, they like to see 3 year’s history of regular income. Once this criteria is met the banks will be willing to approve a mortgage, as this will be considered a very safe investment by the bank. What Happens When you put your money in the Bank? When you put your money in the Bank, they are making a huge mark-up on your money. In the current financial climate banks it’s not uncommonly for a bank to be paying interest of approximately 1% p/a to borrow money and then lend that same money back out at 5% or higher – meaning that they are making a whopping 400-500% mark up on YOUR money! Due to the relatively large sums of money involved, the banks are very fortunate to only have competition with in each other as it is very rare that an individual is wealthy enough to be making such substantial personal investment. Extensive Research At Emerging Trends Advisors we have tirelessly searched the globe looking for the best investment products on the market to offer to our clients. What we continuously found was that any developer/company that was offering to pay returns which were higher than the lending rate being offered by the banks in their respective countries, was that something simply didn’t quite stack up. Now we’re not saying that the market is obsolete of investment products that represent a good return for a fair risk, not at all. We are simply stating a fact here: If an investment product is offering ‘guaranteed returns’ of 8% per annum ‘secured by real estate’ in a country where the banks are offering mortgages at 8% or less, then the question needs to asked: Why do they not just go to the bank? Think about it; if a company is offering 8% and going to the public, they will also invariably incur marketing costs and probably commissions too, therefore making their total cost much higher than what they are promising to the investors. Another inconvenience will be that when going to the public, they simply can’t be sure of exactly how successful they will be in raising the money, and so when planning the development of their project they inevitably will not be able to give firm timelines as any work will be dependent on first raising the funds. So to put it simply, if you’re considering an investment product which is offering you 8% per annum and the investment is based in a country where the banks are lending at anything less than 10% then for whatever reason, the banks simply considered that offer as “not worth the risk.” If you dig deep enough you will generally find one of the following reasons for the banks refusing to lend: – The asset securing the investment isn’t of sufficient value. – There isn’t an established revenue stream in place to cover the interest being payable. – The people behind the projects are deemed non-creditworthy. As mentioned above the banking business model is to lend money. Banks spend millions on marketing campaigns solely to let people know they are willing to lend, and so it’s not in the bank’s interest to turn people away for no reason, in fact it’s the opposite. So if a bank has rendered an investment product as “not worth the risk” even if increasing their rate of interest to try and accommodate them, then surly this has got to get you thinking twice about the risk of such investment? So we can argue that the banks are fortunate enough to be selective and that your average customer simply doesn’t have the option of a “safe” investment vehicle such as a mortgage available to him, and in fairness this is correct. Even if an individual was wealthy enough to consider offering a mortgage to a person or company as a personal investment, invariably there are laws in place prohibiting people from doing just that. It’s no secret that the banks have a lot of say in most country’s policies and it’s in their interest to make it as difficult as possible for anyone to muscle in on their turf. Our Goal At Emerging Trends Advisors we were determined not to accept ‘the way things are’ and we set about developing a product that would enable our clients the privilege of enjoying an investment vehicle usually only reserved for the banks and big institutions. The first thing we needed to do was find a country whereby the base rate of interest was such that we had enough room to make the margins required. Furthermore, we also had to be confident in the economy and long-term future of the country. After extensive research we decided India had everything we were looking for and in fairness even more in terms of potential. In India the banks are managing to offer mortgages which fully meet their stringent criteria, commanding interest rates of 12-15%. Obviously our intention was to step in place of the Indian banks and offer mortgages at cheaper rates, and fund these mortgages by grouping our smaller investors together. This was easier said than done, as mentioned above, there are legal obstacles to overcome. In order to ensure that we could achieve our objective and most importantly stay completely within the lines of the laws, we set up a legal team that consisted of established Indian lawyers and also international lawyers, specifically from CMS law – one of the top 10 legal companies in the world. Once we had extensively researched the laws within India and the regulations of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) together with laws of several other countries, we agreed upon a structure that see’s us issue corporate bonds from a entity in Singapore, which then allowed us to move the funds into India, via purchasing equity in other companies that were formed specifically to own the properties being offered as the security over the investment. Not being a bank or an approved lender in India restricted us from registering charges on properties with the government land offices, and so to overcome this obstacle we entered into an ‘escrow arrangement’ to give sufficient protection to our investors over the security. We then proceeded to converse with some Indian corporations to discuss entering into this arrangement with us. This infact proved very easy, with almost everyone agreeing to refinance their current mortgages with us at a lower rate – a ‘no brainer’ as they say! Of course, prior to entering into any agreements, we first needed to ensure that we were lending responsibly. To do this we simply followed the process that a bank would use when considering an application, taking into account the same 2 crucial points: 1 – Security: For this we engaged with CBRE (the worlds largest real estate company) to process thorough valuations on any properties we considered to ‘re-mortgage.’ 2 – Ability to repay the loan: For this we engaged with KPMG (one of the leading audit firms in the world) to carry out full audits to satisfy us of the applicant’s ability to repay. We are now fully confident that we can offer THE ONLY investment product on the market that fully meets bank lending criteria and with the returns we can offer our investors, we believe that when assessing the risk versus reward ratio, our investment product wins hands down over any other product you might be considering. With no expense spared and an obsession to develop the best product possible, we spent a total of 12 months before we offered the first investment options. On top of the patience in making sure no stone was left unturned, we also incurred total expenses of over $700,000 USD in legal, valuation, audit, firming companies etc. to bring this product to market. We are the first in the world to have done what we have done and whilst the interest rates remain as they are we believe that this product will be completely unrivalled. Outcome Due to a willingness of almost everyone to use us to re-finance their debt, we began to realise that we could be very selective. Therefore, we made a decision that we would prioritise the companies that had an ‘ethical concept’ to their business. This then added an extra bonus that we could not only offer fantastic, second to none investment options, but investments whereby our clients could also be proud in the fact that the money is being invested into very good, ethical types of businesses. Aditya Group, who are the first ‘re-mortgage’ we are doing, are a philanthropic group that actually donate millions to educating children in India. Next in the pipeline is Baidyanath; a natural medication company who are now also involved in the alternative energy business of wind farms, naturally takling the problem of pollution in the world. The Opportunity to Invest To find out how you can earn great returns of up to 10% per year on low-risk secured investments, boasting long-established revenue streams to facilitate the repayment, plus helping towards bettering the lives of children and more, please contact Emerging Trends Advisors today to speak to one of our consultants. Find out more: https://emergingtrendsadvisors.com/aditya-group-bond-information/
  12. Kyra Mode Mother’s Day Promotion – 50% Off On 1990 Baht Purchase! The Promo is 50% Off on 1990 baht purchase (non sale items). Offer from 10-13 August. https://www.kyramode.com/ Promo Code: MOM50
  13. Kyra Mode Mother’s Day Promotion – 50% Off On 1990 Baht Purchase! The Promo is 50% Off on 1990 baht purchase (non sale items). Offer from 10-13 August. https://www.kyramode.com/ Promo Code: MOM50
  14. Kyra Mode Mother’s Day Promotion – 50% Off On 1990 Baht Purchase! The Promo is 50% Off on 1990 baht purchase (non sale items). Offer from 10-13 August. https://www.kyramode.com/ Promo Code: MOM50
  15. Is This The World's Best Investment? Emerging Trends Risk versus Reward When it comes to investing, it all boils down to 2 simple elements – Risk versus Reward. Every investor is simply looking to place their money into the minimal risk possible, for the highest returns available. Traditionaly, it’s widely considered that placing your money with the bank is the safest option, and still today, this remains the most popular place for people to keep their money. The banking business model is quite simple; they borrow money by offering interest to their clients to place funds on deposit or in fixed term policies. Then once the bank have these funds they then lend that same money back out to other clients. Lending is done in a variety of ways but the ‘bread and butter’ of the banking industry is the mortgage. The mortgage is the cheapest form of lending a bank generally offers. Most banks work to similar criteria and are very stringent with the terms in which they will lend. When assessing a mortgage application, the banks are generelly looking for 2 things: 1 – Security 2 – Ability to repay the loan Security As a rule of thumb the banks will consider lending at around 70% loan to value (LTV). This means that they will only lend a sum of money equal to a maximum of 70% of the value of the asset that they are securing the mortgage against. Ability to repay the loan Banks are very ‘black and white’ when it comes to this, and in order to be financed at their most competitive rate, they will look for an established revenue stream that is sufficient enough to comfortably make the monthly payments. Generally for corporate loans, they like to see 3 year’s history of regular income. Once this criteria is met the banks will be willing to approve a mortgage, as this will be considered a very safe investment by the bank. What Happens When you put your money in the Bank? When you put your money in the Bank, they are making a huge mark-up on your money. In the current financial climate banks it’s not uncommonly for a bank to be paying interest of approximately 1% p/a to borrow money and then lend that same money back out at 5% or higher – meaning that they are making a whopping 400-500% mark up on YOUR money! Due to the relatively large sums of money involved, the banks are very fortunate to only have competition with in each other as it is very rare that an individual is wealthy enough to be making such substantial personal investment. Extensive Research At Emerging Trends Advisors we have tirelessly searched the globe looking for the best investment products on the market to offer to our clients. What we continuously found was that any developer/company that was offering to pay returns which were higher than the lending rate being offered by the banks in their respective countries, was that something simply didn’t quite stack up. Now we’re not saying that the market is obsolete of investment products that represent a good return for a fair risk, not at all. We are simply stating a fact here: If an investment product is offering ‘guaranteed returns’ of 8% per annum ‘secured by real estate’ in a country where the banks are offering mortgages at 8% or less, then the question needs to asked: Why do they not just go to the bank? Think about it; if a company is offering 8% and going to the public, they will also invariably incur marketing costs and probably commissions too, therefore making their total cost much higher than what they are promising to the investors. Another inconvenience will be that when going to the public, they simply can’t be sure of exactly how successful they will be in raising the money, and so when planning the development of their project they inevitably will not be able to give firm timelines as any work will be dependent on first raising the funds. So to put it simply, if you’re considering an investment product which is offering you 8% per annum and the investment is based in a country where the banks are lending at anything less than 10% then for whatever reason, the banks simply considered that offer as “not worth the risk.” If you dig deep enough you will generally find one of the following reasons for the banks refusing to lend: – The asset securing the investment isn’t of sufficient value. – There isn’t an established revenue stream in place to cover the interest being payable. – The people behind the projects are deemed non-creditworthy. As mentioned above the banking business model is to lend money. Banks spend millions on marketing campaigns solely to let people know they are willing to lend, and so it’s not in the bank’s interest to turn people away for no reason, in fact it’s the opposite. So if a bank has rendered an investment product as “not worth the risk” even if increasing their rate of interest to try and accommodate them, then surly this has got to get you thinking twice about the risk of such investment? So we can argue that the banks are fortunate enough to be selective and that your average customer simply doesn’t have the option of a “safe” investment vehicle such as a mortgage available to him, and in fairness this is correct. Even if an individual was wealthy enough to consider offering a mortgage to a person or company as a personal investment, invariably there are laws in place prohibiting people from doing just that. It’s no secret that the banks have a lot of say in most country’s policies and it’s in their interest to make it as difficult as possible for anyone to muscle in on their turf. Our Goal At Emerging Trends Advisors we were determined not to accept ‘the way things are’ and we set about developing a product that would enable our clients the privilege of enjoying an investment vehicle usually only reserved for the banks and big institutions. The first thing we needed to do was find a country whereby the base rate of interest was such that we had enough room to make the margins required. Furthermore, we also had to be confident in the economy and long-term future of the country. After extensive research we decided India had everything we were looking for and in fairness even more in terms of potential. In India the banks are managing to offer mortgages which fully meet their stringent criteria, commanding interest rates of 12-15%. Obviously our intention was to step in place of the Indian banks and offer mortgages at cheaper rates, and fund these mortgages by grouping our smaller investors together. This was easier said than done, as mentioned above, there are legal obstacles to overcome. In order to ensure that we could achieve our objective and most importantly stay completely within the lines of the laws, we set up a legal team that consisted of established Indian lawyers and also international lawyers, specifically from CMS law – one of the top 10 legal companies in the world. Once we had extensively researched the laws within India and the regulations of the Royal Bank of India (RBI) together with laws of several other countries, we agreed upon a structure that see’s us issue corperate bonds from a entity in Singapore, which then allowed us to move the funds into India, via purchasing equity in other companies that were formed specifically to own the properties being offered as the security over the investment. Not being a bank or an approved lender in India restricted us from registering charges on properties with the government land offices, and so to overcome this obstacle we entered into an ‘escrow arrangement’ to give sufficient protection to our investors over the security. We then proceeded to converse with some Indian corporations to discuss entering into this arrangement with us. This infact proved very easy, with almost everyone agreeing to refinance their current mortgages with us at a lower rate – a ‘no brainer’ as they say! Of course, prior to entering into any agreements, we first needed to ensure that we were lending responsibly. To do this we simply followed the process that a bank would use when considering an application, taking into account the same 2 crucial points: 1 – Security: For this we engaged with CBRE (the worlds largest real estate company) to process thorough valuations on any properties we considered to ‘re-mortgage.’ 2 – Ability to repay the loan: For this we engaged with KPMG (one of the leading audit firms in the world) to carry out full audits to satisfy us of the applicant’s ability to repay. We are now fully confident that we can offer THE ONLY investment product on the market that fully meets bank lending criteria and with the returns we can offer our investors, we believe that when assessing the risk versus reward ratio, our investment product wins hands down over any other product you might be considering. With no expense spared and an obsession to develop the best product possible, we spent a total of 12 months before we offered the first investment options. On top of the patience in making sure no stone was left unturned, we also incurred total expenses of over $700,000 USD in legal, valuation, audit, firming companies etc. to bring this product to market. We are the first in the world to have done what we have done and whilst the interest rates remain as they are we believe that this product will be completely unrivalled. Outcome Due to a willingness of almost everyone to use us to re-finance their debt, we began to realise that we could be very selective. Therefore, we made a decision that we would prioritise the companies that had an ‘ethical concept’ to their business. This then added an extra bonus that we could not only offer fantastic, second to none investment options, but investments whereby our clients could also be proud in the fact that the money is being invested into very good, ethical types of businesses. Aditya Group, who are the first ‘re-mortgage’ we are doing, are a philanthropic group that actually donate millions to educating children in India. Next in the pipeline is Baidyanath; a natural medication company who are now also involved in the alternative energy business of wind farms, naturally takling the problem of pollution in the world. The Opportunity to Invest To find out how you can earn great returns of up to 10% per year on low-risk secured investments, boasting long-established revenue streams to facilitate the repayment, plus helping towards bettering the lives of children and more, please contact Emerging Trends Advisors today to speak to one of our consultants. Find out more: https://emergingtrendsadvisors.com/aditya-group-bond-information/
  16. Special Health check up promotion at Phyathai Sriracha Hospital. Enquire now! For more info, please contact: Tel: 089 - 7500293 Email: [email protected] View price list as a PDF: Check up August2018.pdf
  17. FREE Western Rock Lobster (worth B1390) with every order of our Angus Ribeye from Argentina Conditions: FREE Western Rock Lobster will be manually added to your order Nationwide delivery. Limited quantity, while stocks last! Our collection of Certified Angus beef from Argentina is the highest quality and taste delivering a superb steak that will leave you coming back for more! All naturally raised 100% British Breeds (Angus / Hereford) Grass fed and grain finished Less than 24 months ORDER NOW click here.
  18. International Food Store Food For Foreigners - Tea bags from various brands including Typhoo, Tetley, PG Tips Our Various Tea Products in the store: Typhoo One Cup 300 tea bags @ 365 baht Typhoo One Cup 100 tea bags @ 135 baht Typhoo One Cup Decaf 80 tea bags @ 135 baht Tetley One Cup 72 tea bags @ 150 baht PG Tips Original 160 tea bags @ 325 baht PG Tips Original 80 tea bags @ 243 baht Taylors Yorkshire Tea 40 tea bags @ 135 baht Vintage Teas green tea natural Mint 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas green tea natural jasmine 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas pure green natural tea 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas green tea natural apple 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas mint infusion soothes 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas forestberry infusion 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas Chamomile infusion 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas Rooibos orange infusion 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas English breakfast bold flavor 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas black tea earl grey 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas apricot sweet bouquet 30 tea bags @ 225 baht LOYD ENGLISH breakfast 20 tea bags @ 81 baht LOYD GREEN TEA with lemon 20 tea bags @ 81 baht LOYD RED FRUIT 20 tea bags @ 81 baht LOYD Pure Natural GREEN TEA 20 tea bags @ 81 baht LOYD EARL GREY 20 tea bags @ 81 baht WE ARE NOW DOING SAME DAY DELIVERY SERVICE TO CHIANG MAI AND MOST OF THE PROVINCES IN THAILAND EMAIL US OR LEAVE A COMMENT BELOW FOR OUR FULL PRICE LIST [email protected]
  19. International Food Store Food For Foreigners - Tea bags from various brands including Typhoo, Tetley, PG Tips Our Various Tea Products in the store: Typhoo One Cup 300 tea bags @ 365 baht Typhoo One Cup 100 tea bags @ 135 baht Typhoo One Cup Decaf 80 tea bags @ 135 baht Tetley One Cup 72 tea bags @ 150 baht PG Tips Original 160 tea bags @ 325 baht PG Tips Original 80 tea bags @ 243 baht Taylors Yorkshire Tea 40 tea bags @ 135 baht Vintage Teas green tea natural Mint 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas green tea natural jasmine 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas pure green natural tea 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas green tea natural apple 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas mint infusion soothes 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas forestberry infusion 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas Chamomile infusion 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas Rooibos orange infusion 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas English breakfast bold flavor 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas black tea earl grey 30 tea bags @ 225 baht Vintage Teas apricot sweet bouquet 30 tea bags @ 225 baht LOYD ENGLISH breakfast 20 tea bags @ 81 baht LOYD GREEN TEA with lemon 20 tea bags @ 81 baht LOYD RED FRUIT 20 tea bags @ 81 baht LOYD Pure Natural GREEN TEA 20 tea bags @ 81 baht LOYD EARL GREY 20 tea bags @ 81 baht WE ARE DOING A FREE DELIVERY SERVICE TO ANYWHERE IN PHUKET ON MINIMUM ORDER OF 800 baht EMAIL US OR LEAVE A COMMENT BELOW FOR OUR FULL PRICE LIST [email protected]
  20. International food store Food For Foreigners - this month's promotions with our high quality sausages and meats from Manston Special price when buying 1 kg of These Sausages and Meats: Manston Breakfast Pork Thin 24 pieces 1kg @ 229 baht Manston Cocktail Pork Sausages 1kg @ 229 baht Manston Cumberland Pork Thick 1kg @ 229 baht Manston Pork Thick 1kg @ 229 baht Lean Short Back Bacon 1 kg @ 229 baht Middle Back Bacon 1 kg @ 229 baht US Premium Style Streaky Smoked 1 kg @ 229 baht Wiltshire Smoked Bacon 1 kg @ 229 baht Wiltshire Un – Smoked Bacon 1 kg @ 229 baht We are doing a delivery service to most of the provinces in Thailand Email us or leave a comment below for our full price list & more infos [email protected]
  21. International food store Food For Foreigners - this month's promotions with our high quality sausages and meats from Manston Special price when buying 1 kg of These Sausages and Meats: Manston Breakfast Pork Thin 24 pieces 1kg @ 229 baht Manston Cocktail Pork Sausages 1kg @ 229 baht Manston Cumberland Pork Thick 1kg @ 229 baht Manston Pork Thick 1kg @ 229 baht Lean Short Back Bacon 1 kg @ 229 baht Middle Back Bacon 1 kg @ 229 baht US Premium Style Streaky Smoked 1 kg @ 229 baht Wiltshire Smoked Bacon 1 kg @ 229 baht Wiltshire Un – Smoked Bacon 1 kg @ 229 baht We are doing a delivery service to most of the provinces in Thailand Email us or leave a comment below for our full price list & more infos [email protected]
  22. International food store Food For Foreigners - this month's promotions with our high quality sausages and meats from Manston Special price when buying 1 kg of These Sausages and Meats: Manston Breakfast Pork Thin 24 pieces 1kg @ 229 baht Manston Cocktail Pork Sausages 1kg @ 229 baht Manston Cumberland Pork Thick 1kg @ 229 baht Manston Pork Thick 1kg @ 229 baht Lean Short Back Bacon 1 kg @ 229 baht Middle Back Bacon 1 kg @ 229 baht US Premium Style Streaky Smoked 1 kg @ 229 baht Wiltshire Smoked Bacon 1 kg @ 229 baht Wiltshire Un – Smoked Bacon 1 kg @ 229 baht We are doing a FREE DELIVERY SERVICE to anywhere in PHUKET when placing orders over 800 baht Email us or leave a comment below for our full price list & more infos [email protected]
  23. Celebrate Mother’s day with 50% discount on a la carte menu at Lelawadee Restaurant from 11am till late night on Sun, 12th and Mon, 13th Aug 2018 plus complimentary “Chocolate Bar” (chocolate cocktails and mocktails with homage Mövenpick’s Swiss) for mom!
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  25. Domestic Nursing Care Provided by Rent a Nurse Thailand Rent a Nurse (Thailand) Co., Ltd is a service-provider for domestic nursing care in all its variations. Our mission is to help Patients of all possible care-levels to find the domestic care they need, in order be able to maintain their life activities at their own home, instead of moving to a care facility or even being forced to move back to their native country. Most chronic medical conditions can be handled safely at home, if appropriate domestic care and monitoring are provided. We will make sure that the service is well maintained and are able to intervene and make changes to benefit both staff and customer, at any time. Due to constant monitoring of the Patients condition, we are able to counter-act deterioration of the Patient’s condition right when it occurs. Professional help can be arranged immediately after correspondence with the Patients family and insurance. Communication is the key-value in medical services, especially for foreigners, as it is the base for building trust and prevent misunderstandings between healthcare providers and their Patients. We therefore see it as a standard to offer an interpreter service on a 24/7 basis, which has proven to be greatly appreciated by our Patients and their relatives. As many Patients have family and friends living overseas, we help both sides to stay in touch with each other and update them regularly about any changes of their beloved’s condition and course of disease. Rent a Nurse Thailand also assists with non-medical services such as assistance with arranging meal plans (tailored to the Patients medical condition) or escorting the Patient during private activities and arranging transports for necessary hospital-visits. Overview: - professional, domestic nursing care for all ages (certified RN/PN) - 3 care-levels available, from simple house-visits to comprehensive 24h care (1 or 2 nurses, RN + PN) - management of staff and assistance with medical equipment for home-use - fall-risk management and vital sign monitoring - language service, remote-family-contact service (phone-/video-calls) - insurance-/third party payer direct-billing service and monitoring - hospital visit escort, documentation and monitoring - monitoring of medication according to the attending physicians order - pre-assessment of domestic space with regards to Patient and Staff safety - documentation of vital-signs and given medication - arrangements of physical therapy at home - assistance with non-medical service (meal-plan, arrangements of transport, shopping tours etc.) For referral contracts and other marketing inquiries, please kindly contact: Mr. Oliver Franz, CEO and Founder Tel.: +66 957291652 Email: [email protected] Ms. Jarinya Wongkraisron, Assistant Manager Tel.: +66 971783668 Email: [email protected] For Patient referral and monitoring of running cases, please kindly contact: [email protected] Tel.: +66 971783668 (Thai) Tel.: +66 957291652 (English, German, Swedish) Facebook Page
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