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  2. Or return before the 1st November and use the existing CoE
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  4. Hi, And here is me trying to figure out how to get back home to Thailand Guess I might end up staying with my Mom a bit longer. Sanuk!
  5. Gentlemen, as we are only 7 days from possible desaster, the Thai Civil Aviation Authority takes over. How many miles shall extend the queue of waiting buses if all estimated 300 hotels send their own? What is a QR-code from a passport?? MorChana will do the job. I hope the Thai airspace is still safe.
  6. Give it time they have only had five and a half years to try and get the 90 working. The system has me on a 200 day overstay so had to go in to report. When showing it to an officer she just said many the same don't know when it will be fixed. The online vaccine booking site was a complete balls up as well so not looking good for this latest attempt, why don't they employ foreigners to do it, photocopying seems to be the Thai strength 😄
  7. If it is Live by then My guess is one, they won’t get it back up within a day, it has been months for the 90 day reporting website to work correctly.
  8. How many times will the Thailand Pass website crash on Nov. 1?
  9. Latest Information on Thailand Pass The new system will help reduce unnecessary procedures and visitors can register on tp.consular.go.th from Nov 1, said Mr Tanee, who also serves as director-general of the ministry's Department of Information. So let me see, website available from November 1, 7 days required before entry, Thailand Partial reopening November 1 Does Thailand Pass have a built in Time Machine? You honestly couldn’t make this up
  10. Proof positive that this is truly the end of the world...
  11. Yesterday
  12. baa99

    Britain

    So the UK got a bad deal with NZ, a bad deal with Japan, and soon a bad deal with Australia. Looks like a pattern of desperation.
  13. As usual Cav you are wrong about 24 young ladies at the pub last night didn't give me a second glance no matter how handsome I was!
  14. Slighty off topic, I saw an Al Jazeera docco yesterday, like those that the BBC used to do, on the topic of Thailand and the "lost" hunger (younger) generations. The main takeaways, I got were that Gen. Pinocchio, has united the young and the old, the yellow and the red - against him. Three votes of confidence , survived by the skin of a burmese labourer volunteer boy's teeth.
  15. Yeah but you're so good at it, so dry, that we all take, whatever you say, as the gospel, according to Saint Kong,
  16. Coss

    Britain

    I wasn't querying your figure, I was proposing that it might have been higher back then
  17. Mekong

    Britain

    The 0.2% was taken from This BBC article, I never state figures without a source.
  18. I recognise sarcasm when I see it, that’s why I answered with sarcasm. Remember, I am a Brit and sarcasm comes second nature to us.
  19. Coss

    Britain

    0.2% now, I wonder what is was in the '50s. If we can get back to the days of 20 sheep per person, or more succinctly, 40 per male person, we'l be happy happy. Now is only approx 5 sheep per person or 2.5 per bloke and I aint sharing 🤪
  20. Hang on - I shoulda said "with tongue firmly in cheek...."
  21. Latest News According to the order, curfew will end at 11pm on October 31 in provinces that are under maximum and strict control but are popular among tourists. Public gatherings in reopening zones will be capped at 500. Entertainment venues like pubs, bars and karaoke outlets will remain closed, though operators have been told they can start making preparations to reopen soon. So if Entertainment and Bars are closed, can’t get a drink with a meal on vacation why bother
  22. The Thai Military Dictatorship do not know what the pandemic will do in the future, the “Blue Zone Openings” are merely a schedule of when they will “Fudge the Books” and declare 70% double vaccinated in these provinces.
  23. Mekong

    Britain

    I agree, but, whilst on Paper NZ got the better of the deal you have to realise that only 0.2% of UK trade is with NZ so no great loss. So why did they bother then? It is a stepping stone to the UK becoming a member of CPTPP where the gains will be far more advantageous to the UK
  24. Mekong, the difference is that those vaccines actually worked. They actually conferred immunity. The COVID-19 "vaccines" do not confer immunity. If anything, they make the vaccinated person potentially MORE dangerous to everyone around him, by suppressing symptoms that would otherwise tell him to STAY HOME and NOT go out infecting everyone in sight. Yes, I'm exaggerating. Some.
  25. baa99

    Britain

    A big win for the Kiwi nation. Usually the bigger economy gets a bigger share of the trade growth.
  26. Last week
  27. Having a quick look at the "blue zones" and their openings, I am impressed by the Thai governments advance knowledge of what the Pandemic is doing in the future.
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