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Vol. XV No. 18 Friday
May 4 - May 10, 2007
Travel & Tourism
Pattaya Mail Story
Clubs in Pattaya
Current Movies in Pattaya's Cinemas
Updated every Friday
by Saichon Paewsoongnern
|SERVING THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THAILAND
Kingdom of Thailand celebrates Wan Chatramongkhol (Coronation Day) May 5
The Kingdom of Thailand celebrates Wan Chatramongkhol
(Coronation Day) on Saturday, May 5 for HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great,
the world’s longest reigning monarch. Long Live the King! (Photo courtesy
of the Bureau of the Royal Household)
continued | More News
Soi of sorrows
of Soi Khao Noi are complaining about bad roads, potholes, and blocked storm
drains that cause flooding, and have asked the city authorities to do something
to improve the quality of life in the soi.
Some sections of the road, also known as Soi Wat Boonyasamphan, from the
railroad crossing for a distance of about one kilometer are very sandy, with
clouds of dust floating around the area. Storm drains in two locations had
wastewater overflowing into the road, and pedestrians ran the risk of being
splashed with contaminated water by cars and motorcycles. Opposite the
convenience store located halfway down the soi there were many potholes.
continued | More News
Crime reenactments to be shown on cable TV
Inventive PCEC meeting
The Pattaya City Expats Club (PCEC) meeting on Sunday, April
22nd at Henry J. Bean’s not only consisted of another full and varied morning
but also a number of new people participated in the presentation of the meeting.
continued | More Community
Vikrom weds Amita in a three-day fest of Sikh celebrations
Once upon a time, in the exotic town of Pattaya there
lived a beautiful girl by the name of Amita Paopa. She was employed at
Massic Travel, also known as the eastern seaboard’s friendliest travel
agents where a young and dashing lad by the Vikrom Malhotra also worked,
toiling away at his desk all day long, greeting clients as he merrily
catered to their needs of seat reservations and issuing airline tickets.
continued | More features
A happy ending for Chakrit’s ear
During a regular visit to Huay Yai School, members of the YWCA met an
11-year-old boy, Chakrit, whose right ear was badly scarred. They contacted
Dr Olivier Meyer, president of the Rotary Club Pattaya Marina, for medical
More Our Children
100 in Pattaya augurs well for TOG Regatta
Lest one becomes a little confused with this headline, it is not a reference
to that out-moded guide for gauging temperature (i.e. ‘Fahrenheit’) and
‘TOG’ means the upcoming ‘Top of the Gulf’ Regatta.
continued | More Sports
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