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Expat Association Of Thailand Announcements

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Hi, All --

Just a quick note to let you know the Expats' Association of Thailand is scheduled to resume meetings, with a general meeting this coming Sunday, January 25, 2004 3-5 P.M. at The Bourbon Street Restaurant in Washington Square (accessible from Sukhumvit Road and Sukhumvit Soi 22). We'll meet in the dining room to the left of the front door and bar-dining room area.

This is an open meeting which anyone can attend, and non-members are invited to attend.

Please let any of your friends know whom you fight feel are interested.

I hope to see you there.

With warm regards,

Kurt T. Francis, Vice-President

Expats' Association of Thailand

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Kurt - whats the aims/goals of the Expat Association anything in particular and where is the Bourbon Bar as you enter the soi with the Irish Bar on the right?

Mav

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First --

Bourbon Street is on the backside (or opposite side) of Washington Square relative to the Irish pub. Traffic is one-way, so if you're driving or in a taxi, turn left and proceed around to just about directly opposite where you entered. After turning left at the Irish pub, you have to turn right at the next corner, then, when you get to the end of that side, turn right again. Bourbon Street is a bit along on your left, and clearly marked.

As for selling me a website, no need; I have a name registered already and am in the process of building a website.

The purpose of the Association fundamentally is to provide a non-specific organization bringing together foreigners and Thais. By "non-specific" we mean without regard to nationality, gender, occupation, etc. (The British Club, The American Women's Club, The Foreign Correspondents of Thailand Club, etc.). Within that broad parameter, we can do anything members want to do, so long as it doesn't discriminate. Activities range from purely social to personal/professional networking, and may include classes, travel, lectures, and the like.

We invite any and all of you interested to come around and chat with us.

With warm regards,

Kurt T. Francis, Vice-President

Expats' Association of Thailand

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