I’ll move soon to a new office near the current one, because now I’m subrenting the office and I need an official rental contract to open the Limited company and get the work permit. This is the picture of the new office in Patpong Road near to Sala Daeng BTS station and also near to . . . → Read More: New office near Silom Road
Today I’ve received the forniture for the new office. It should have been the first day but instead it was a nightmare because of the server failure in Germany. Anyway the positive side is that I’ve shown that I’m still easily reachable through my Italian toll free phone that forwards the call to London, Skype . . . → Read More: Furniture for the new office
On the pickup I’ve hired to bring my stuff in the new Office in Silom Road.
Another window view.
Now in september is the end of the rainy season and everything is bright green.
In Pai there are three waterfalls, I saw only this one.
A rice field with bungalows in the distance.
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The hot springs in Pai used to be free but now they are charging 200 baht for foreigners and about 20 baht for Thai people. A better bet now is go to some Spa, charging 40 or 50 baht.
The water is about 80 C. Enough to boil eggs but too hot to bathe.
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My bungalow in Pai, the price is only 100 baht per night (around 2 euro) and includes toilet with hot shower. I choose this bungalow because it’s cheap, clean and includes a table.
Pai is a small town in northern Thailand that is surrounded by green hills with river Pai, hot springs and waterfalls. In the town there is nothing, not even a cinema but it’s very relaxed and nice to stay here. It’s near Myan Mar border.
These are traditional hill tribes huts, but nobody lives . . . → Read More: Pai, Mae Hong Son
Pai Paai in Thai means go to Pai. I went to Pai with two good friends on the small minivan in the picture.
On the road to Pai, three hours away from Chiang Mai. Here is a short break before going on. One hour more to go. In the distance there is a police . . . → Read More: Pai Paai
I’ve been already there one year ago, but Royal Palace is well worth a second visit. Admission price is 250 baht for foreigners and free for Thai people. Wat Arun contains the emerald Buddha, one of the most venerated Buddha images in Thailand. In reality it’s made with huge piece of Jade.
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Budda statue near the casino in Myan Mar. Casinos are not allowed in Thailand, so Thai people go to play in this casino very near the border.
And this is the building with the casino and resort.
View from inside the speed boat over the Mekong river.
Liquors with snakes inside. . . . → Read More: Golden triangle