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Regyai

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  1. Explains the old adage: "You are what you eat"
  2. Intriguing When in reality most cant accommodate luggage having expended much of the space with LPG tanks - you have to pay extra for a service they're unable to provide
  3. Special how? Monies paid for flight held in a ring-fenced client account so no issue with cash refunds? That would be special
  4. Etihad's new M.O. using a network of Covid testing clinics for pre flying tests seems like a good way forward for other nations currently 'stuttering' over the resumption of travel https://www.etihad.com/en/travel-updates/all-destinations-travel-guides?cid=ema%3Aair%3Aww_ey_travel_regulation_jul_2020_jul20%3Aguestsenen%3Aetihadguestannouncement%3Aallsegments&bid=1050042303&segmentCode=&utm_campaign=ww_ey_travel_regulation_jul_2020_jul20&utm_medium=email&utm_source=guestsenen&utm_content=etihadguestannouncement&gsn=325690953
  5. They same yard stick springs to mind as it does with all 'pot of gold' inducements: Why do you need my money at such a return to me, when normal market place finance is so much cheaper?
  6. But think of the statues and street names oh the horror
  7. Think the UK is taking a very myopic view of things expounding about creating these with selected countries, cant see how countries (like LOS) with minuscule numbers of covid19 cases would embrace an entente cordiale with such a diseased partner
  8. That is very unlikely in the short term But if you plotted a graph of the historical moving goalposts for these requirements they do only move in one direction - ever upwards
  9. From airlines to mere bar-girls the same shared mind set But sooner or later the funding sources realise the truth about the 'sick buffalo'
  10. As OP refers to saving image from browser display what about good 'ole "right click" "Save Image as"
  11. Without the freight he'd have needed less stopping distance? :)
  12. What next anaesthesia and palletisation
  13. Isn't this exactly why god gave us cellphone jammers
  14. I've never worked out the need for wallets I come from a country that requires no ID or routine carry of Driving documents, and you sure as hell cant get much money in one They seem though to sate a subliminal urge to hawk about coupons, vouchers, photos of nasty looking kids and scruffy dogs
  15. The UK consulates haven't had the on-line applications inflicted upon them so its still 'old school' applications by mail or in person the fees are subject to a surcharge if you elect for a 'while you wait' service (last time I did a SETV in person it was £30 + £10)
  16. When BMI was part of the Star Alliance that was what it effectively was for Thai Airways. You could get both on the one ticket. When BA bought BMI it lost Star Alliance membership and the route went to ratshit for Northern UK people
  17. Switching my mind back all those long years before I had transport I'd say get up to Sukhumvit then get a white baht bus to Theprassit and walk down to the market (it starts about 100meters or so off Suk Repeat in reverse to return or avail yourself of a baht bus heading back towards Thappraya (they're usually prowling at the far end of the market hunting Ruskies).
  18. The best possible tack is to have the sender send you a scan of the form they filled out, then a) yours can mirror image the details & b) in the unlikely (but very Thai-possible) event of plomplem the scan will placate one and all. Don't though pick up WU forms to fill in and subsequently present them at a different WU 'office' ("Not Same" - which I think translates into not a ref# allocated to them at that office)
  19. Your first and last ones resonated with me The motorbike thing, avail yourself of a few cheapo Chinese padlocks as attitude adjusters. They fucked you about let them enjoy the reciprocation with a lock through their disk brake And the signs , overshadowed by those blasted rain awnings at provincial markets hurriedly set up at throat height...bastards!
  20. People who continue in using them deserve all they get
  21. Qatar also I understand allows seat selection at time of booking for free They are actually in my sights for future as after years of Gold Card with Etihad I am getting royally pissed off with them to the point of walking away despite Gold Membership. You need to check your luggage allowance every time you book (they change it so often) The last reshuffle took me from 92kgs (2 x 30kgs + 32kgs Gold bonus) in normal economy to the current 45kgs (1 x 30kgs + 15kgs Gold bonus) And like the fish stock in a fishing park, you must keep looking for the latest 'hook': be it fees to choose seats, bidding for empty adjoining seats, or now even enduring reduced meal sizes in their endeavour to starve you into buying from the new 'EasyJet' style snack trollies! They've even now relinquished their rather prestigious drop off level check-in counters and customer service office at Manchester (now taken by Emirates as I recall) After having sold off their Lounge at Manchester a good while back. It was a delightful 'bijou' affair complete with 'a la carte' meals cooked to order. You now are given access to the new owners' ensemble (now a pay per visit lounge).... Which you could be forgiven for thinking that you'd turned up late to a council estate wedding !!
  22. Leasing has put UK car ownership on its head Any gobshite can now smoke around in a brand newie, who previously could never aspire to own one. Merrily paying a few measly quid a month - drip feeding the depreciation (& the lessor's humble fees)
  23. Yup Too many hippies Too little stick time .
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