Hi, We are coming to thailand from mid dec to mid jan, with our almost two year old boy. We want to completely stay away from the very touristy package tour places and big resorts, preferring low key places...ie. A very simple bungalow on a beautiful beach, the less people the better. We would like to see a bit of the north too, but mainly sea & sand (& delicious food ...can't wait!)Can anyone recommend any places that you think would fit?thanks for any suggestions!
Hi I'm looking to come to Thailand for a holiday and want to do something out of the ordinary. Even if it's just some exciting mountain biking! But preferably a mixture of adventurous activities but in an ecologically sound way if that's possible?! Adventure
HI i'm looking for couple of guys who wants to play futsal(mini football)...i need about 5-6 guys in my team. i already got 3 including me. I need 2 or 3 more guys. We play regularly once or twice a week. I need a Midfielder, a Striker ...and a goalkeeper. Doesn't matter which country you're from. I need guys from 17 to 23 years old. If you're any interested please E-mail me on Lemon_Gena@hotmail.com. Thanks.
Hi everyone, I am moving to Bangkok in November as my boyfriend has moved his company over there. I want to keep busy, does anyone have any suggestions, i think it is hard to get a job is that right? i have looked into the local gym which is true fitness, which should keep me fit! but i was looking for something that will introduce me to new people. would appreciate any feed back!! thanks george
We're travelling to Thailand from our home in France in November. WE spend time in Bangkok and Chang Mei. Any tips of cheap shopping in Bangkok? Good places to eat? Places to avoid? We are on a fully inclusive holiday which includes amny trips but we do have a couple of free days so it may be possible to meet a few people if there's anywhere people tend to gather. Really looking forward to the holiday!