Hi, where is the best place to get some more info on the weird fruits that I see in my local market? It would be nice to be a bit more adventurous than mango, pineapple and coconut, but I don't know where to start! If anyone has any particular recomendations, please give a brief description so that i know what to look out for!
The Queen musical "We will rock you" is coming to Bangkok in July, has anyone seen this? It's been written by Ben Elton and I think will be a great show even if you're not 100% keen on Queen's music. I think it's been playing for a while in London and hope that some may have seen it before? Don't want to waste an evening out if it's a load of rubbish! Georgia
Hello anyone! Fairly new to Bangkok and still finding my feet, I'm 30ish and single, looking to meet some new people and go to some interesting places. The social scene amongst expats here does seem to be dominated by males of varying qualities! Not sure what the ratio of male to female expats is but it doesn't seem 50/50! I wonder why that is?! So I'm looking for some good places to go where I'll find some interesting people and not have to worry about dodgy people!
For those of you living in the Sukhuimvit Soi 31-39 area, do not hesitate to go and eat at Restaurant Gedhawa on Soi 35 (No. 24, 300 metres down the soi from Sukhumvit on the right hand side). Here you will be gracefully received by the owner K Jium (sp?) and you will eat the best of Thai northern cuisine (as well as southern) in a delightful ambiance for very reasonable prices given the quality. Tell K Jium that Graham and Daniel sent you, and then see her face light up! Absolutely the best Thai restaurant around - we go at least once a week.