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  1. Unless the piano has been tropicalised it's not going to be happy in Thailand with the heat and humidity. For the cost of importing a piano you could buy a quality electronic piano here. To be honest, I'd been skeptical about electronic pianos until I tried one 18 months ago. With good quality ones the key action is indistinguishable from mechanical pianos, and the sound is actually much better. (An upright can sound like a concert grand.) You can also practise with headphones on, so don't disturb other people. Plus there's no need to get it tuned every few weeks. I'm very ha
  2. Except it's not. It's the name for the active component of Lipitor. Generic brands of atovastatin available in Thailand include Atorsan and Chlovas.
  3. The devil is in the details: the new limit only applies to divided 4-lane highways, and does not apply if the road has intersections or U-turns. https://thethaiger.com/news/national/speed-limit-on-thailands-highways-increased-to-120-kilometres-an-hour
  4. The charges do add up, but because of getting a significantly better exchange rate you end up with more baht in your wallet. However, there's a low limit per transfer of 2 million baht.
  5. Nothing new here. I mean, who didn't shed a tear after Grace Archer rushed into the burning stables to try to save her friend's horse?
  6. If one gets a Covid vaccination in Thailand, as it stands there's a high chance it'll be the Sinovac vaccine, and one has no choice over which vaccine one receives. Unfortunately, the Sinovac vaccine isn't recognised by the European Union, and one won't be able to travel there after having had it. (See https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-04-25/vaccine-travel-rules-widen-the-rift-between-china-and-the-west .) Would it be safe to get another vaccination with a "proper" vaccine (should private hospitals ever be allowed to offer one) after Sinovac? Or is one better off skipp
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