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Hi Thai Chi

Are you in town (ban satuk) or back in old blighty ?

Unfortunately back in Gordon's Wasteland and boy is it expensive!

TBWG :o

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Hi Thai Chi

Are you in town (ban satuk) or back in old blighty ?

Unfortunately back in Gordon's Wasteland and boy is it expensive!

TBWG :o

Can I borrow you Bay City Rollers outfit then. I might have to turn up the short short trooosers.

SBWG

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.......and today the sign says "opening in 3 days"

Be intresting to see how long that one is up for :o

Then again, it may mean that Paddys will finally open its doors on Thursday :D

(tbwg...when are you back in town)

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Hi Thai Chi

Are you in town (ban satuk) or back in old blighty ?

Unfortunately back in Gordon's Wasteland and boy is it expensive!

TBWG :o

Can I borrow you Bay City Rollers outfit then. I might have to turn up the short short trooosers.

SBWG

Hi D the D

Sorry bay city rollers outfit to precious to part with, however you can borrow my velvet flares and paisley shirt ...suits you sir !

TBWG :D

PS: Thai Chi back in Satuk mid October.

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Seems like I am the only one interested in the on going saga of the Irish bar and the nearby French Restaurant.

Has the Irish bar finally opened?

Anyone visited the Vinyl bar/restaurant?

Any reports appreciated :D

TBWG :o

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TBWG

Paddys apparently opened just over a week ago.

I didn't go to the opening and flew out to OZ the next day.

Will suss both Paddys and the Vinyl out on my return in a couple of weeks :D

:o

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We have friends living in that soi, the Irish bar was supposedly opening 2/3 days ago, however, I'm unsure if it actually did so?

The french place is ok, tried his breakfast a week or so ago, place done out quite nicely, food I had & service ok. Quite a few expats venturing in whilst I was there, so maybe he'll do ok? Personally, I think he'll struggle to make any money from this place. Renting a double unit, 3 waitress' & a male chef will put a drain on things. Theres just not the trade in Buriram for such a place, likewise, the irish pub will sadly struggle after the initial interest has died down.

Seems like I am the only one interested in the on going saga of the Irish bar and the nearby French Restaurant.

Has the Irish bar finally opened?

Anyone visited the Vinyl bar/restaurant?

Any reports appreciated :D

TBWG :o

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Hope he does ok the french geezer, he lives in the next village, he will have to do good as fruity says, one problem he will have, overheads, rent, and if he has taken a lease out, how many years?, i was looking for a premises in buriram to buy, not rent, did make an offer on the old bank next to the bamboo, 4 years ago, they turned it down, now it is 3 million baht more expensive, crazy.

When leasing and renting, to get the doors open, you are improving someone elses property, it is not so bad if you can claim the expense through the Business, but doubt you can do this in Thailand, also once you are doing ok, watch the thai/chinese owner stick the rent up, this happens a lot.

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Yep, open now.

Was in there on Sunday. Nice guy from Southern Ireland - hope he does well.

(Avoid the cans of Guinness at 249 Baht)

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Yep, open now.

Was in there on Sunday. Nice guy from Southern Ireland - hope he does well.

(Avoid the cans of Guinness at 249 Baht)

:o Thought it was a German guy who owned it? Name now makes a bit more sense!!

TBWG :D

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Yep, open now.

Was in there on Sunday. Nice guy from Southern Ireland - hope he does well.

(Avoid the cans of Guinness at 249 Baht)

Why avoid cans of Guinness for heavens sake, it's the real Irish Guinness,not the Malaysian crap you get in most places. I sell the same stuff. That's just like saying avoid buying a Ferrarri, cause they're expensive. :o

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Its the old story, you pay for what you get, bet he will have the moaners who quibble about 5 baht.

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Yep, open now.

Was in there on Sunday. Nice guy from Southern Ireland - hope he does well.

(Avoid the cans of Guinness at 249 Baht)

Why avoid cans of Guinness for heavens sake, it's the real Irish Guinness,not the Malaysian crap you get in most places. I sell the same stuff. That's just like saying avoid buying a Ferrarri, cause they're expensive. :D

Never mind the can..........tell 'em to pour it in a pint :o

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