A trip down memory lane

Some random observations on what Thailand was like for an expat in the 1990's

Thailand expats always find plenty to moan about (me included!) but for those who were not around during the 90's, and for those who were and perhaps just fancy a reminisce, I put together a collection of random observations on Twitter, which many folks seemed to get a kick out of.


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