Excellent article, Poipet travel guide – Wikitravel
Here’s the run down in no particular order:
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Walking around BKK, namely from Sukhumvit to Din Daeng, I saw a lot of very good graffiti, some of it by the same artists. I decided to photograph and document some of it. I then ventured into other areas of BKK and snapped some other examples. Continue reading Graffiti around BKK
Are you wondering how to get your laundry washed at a reasonable rate in Bangkok? If so, then read on… Continue reading Laundry in Thailand
I discovered this golfing range, when out for an afternoon stroll, whilst attempting to, and having succeeded in, finding where my girlfriend’s new place of work (a hairdressing salon, buried deep in the suburbs of Bangkok) was. Continue reading The day I met Damrong
… at least not in Thailand.
The other day, I took a sack of plastic bottles to the local recycling place and was took that Shampoo bottles are no good and neither are coloured drinks bottles, for example, green plastic lemonade/sprite bottles, and purple plastic bottles used by Oishi for their new grape flavoured drink.
Only the clear (“Mai Mee See”) plastic bottles were any use to the recyclers, i.e. water bottles, Oishi green tea bottle, Listerine bottles, etc.
Now, this may already be obvious to some people, however, I had sort of assumed that some sort of bleaching process was applied to the plastic at some point in the recycling process. Obviously, this is not the case.