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Old 16th April 2006, 03:06 AM   #1
mamboze is offline mamboze  Thailand
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Hi everybody,

I live in Lampang, a small city in northern Thailand (90k south of Chiang Mai). I came to Thailand from Australia 15 months ago; spent a year in the big smoke (Bangkok) - plenty for me - and now I'm teaching English in a local high school up here.

I'm a music lover from way back, mainly classical and blues but with pretty eclectic tastes really. I have only a smattering of knowledge about audio electronics but I'm eager to learn more. I have always been interested in DIY - built some speakers and so on.

I look forward to taking part in the forums;there's a fantastic amount of knowhow here. I'm really stoked to have joined.
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Old 16th April 2006, 01:57 PM   #2
herm is offline herm  United States
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Welcome mamboze!

I love your name for Bangkok! (big smoke). Hearing that name
makes me remember 8 days of burning sinuses and eyes a couple
of years ago.

Anyway, enjoy yourself here! And feel free to ask questions. Most
are willing to point you in the right direction or point out a
relevant thread.

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Old 17th April 2006, 03:15 PM   #3
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Hi mamboze and welcome to the forums.

I have a Canadian cousin who has moved from Chiang Mai to the big smoke a number of years ago. He teached English as well. From his description of the country and it's people, it sounds like a wonderful place.
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