Posts Tagged ‘Japanese’

Japanese Bands Live At Music Station In Bangkok

Sunday, February 20th, 2011

Three all Japanese bands will be performing live at Music Station on Sukhumvit Soi 33 in Bangkok.  The special ‘Fujiyama Night’ will be held on Saturday, February 26th.

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Thailand Night Fever

Wednesday, May 28th, 2008

THAILAND’S CLIMATIC CHANGE AND ITS EFFECTS

Yui Naughty Girls Pattaya Thailand - Thailand Night FeverRegarding the weather, there appears to be some serious climatic changes going on around the world.  Initially, I used to class the three traditional Thai seasons alongside the tourist seasons.  The ideal time to visit Thailand remains the cool season (akaat yen), which usually starts in November and goes through to the end of February.  The vast majority of foreign visitors flood Thailand during this period.  But, shortly after the flood of visitors, the drought begins.  In March, the hot season (akaat rorn) commences and can last into June.  Then there is an inconsistent period, where the seasons transcend from hot and dry to wet and humid.  The rainy season (akaat fun) normally starts some time in June or July and lasts until the end of October.  The transition from the hot season to the rainy season can cause quite a few locals to fall ill.  Also, the temperature change from the rainy season into the cool season sees many natives nursing coughs, colds and fevers.  After all these years living in Thailand, I now suffer the climate change almost as much as the Thai people do. (more…)

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Thailand Night Fever

Wednesday, February 13th, 2008

ROMANTIC REMINDER — CUPID’S CALLING

Bangkok Thailand 001 - Thailand Night FeverSome of you less romantic folks might need a reminder that it is Valentine’s Day tomorrow.  This is to jog your memory, because you know what us men are like for remembering special days.  Try not to forget a card, or gift for the special person in your life.  It is not too late to surprise your teerak (sweetheart) by arranging a romantic dinner for two.  Just by making the effort, I am sure that it will be appreciated.  We should get away with being a Romantic Romeo and not be accused of getting too soppy by our macho mates.  Wherever you spend this year’s Valentine’s Day, I sincerely hope you have a pleasant time.  Who will be your Valentine? (more…)

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