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The 19th Amari Watergate Hotel Midnight Run has been Re-scheduled to 21 January 2017

About the Midnight Run

The only race in Bangkok to take place on the capital's streets at midnight, the Midnight Run sees many runners competing in this annual event. With a choice between a 6-km or 12-km route, the run brings a fantastic mix of international and female viagra local professional runners, together with families and groups of friends to support a variety of amazing causes.

A mainstay in Thailand's calendar of sporting and charitable events, proceeds from the Midnight Run will be donated to three great charities, including:

Chalerm Prakiat School, Lampoon

Provides education to unfortunate children whose parents have passed away from HIV infection

Baht for a Better Life

A project dedicated to offering educational opportunities for underprivileged children in Bangkok and rural areas of Thailand

 

For more information, visit:

http://www.amari.com/watergate/charity-midnight-run.aspx

 

Head up on the 4th Anniversary - Nha Trang Hash.
 
When: 24-26 March 2017
 
Where: Nha Trang - everything happens from Crazy Kim's Bar, 19 Biet Thu Street
 
What: Countryside runs, walks, beach swimming, ocean cruising, island hopping, 2 lunches, one dinner and party with live band - free flow beer, spirits, softies and water - and goodie bag.    All this in beautiful Nha Trang, Gold Coast of Vietnam.
 
The on-line booking system opened earlier today and numbers will be capped at 135 - we like it compact and zithromax prescription austria intimate - "that's how we roll".   
 
How do I book:   Visit www.nhatranghash.com, click on "Specials" tab and follow prompts.  Cost for a weekend on the coast in exotic Nha Trang is $US130+paypal.
 
www.nhatranghash.com
Generic run information. Run, hike, walk, socialize, and drink booze..., experience the Vietnamese countryside and villages up close and personal with a pack of fun ...


 
Checkout our Nha Trang Hash House Harriers FB page for on-going news.
 

See you in March.   ON ON ON ON


Published by Lisa Sukita · September 20 at 6:46am · Honolulu, HI, United States ·
The Hash Challenge held this past weekend in Kuala Kubu Baru is a grueling event. Jean Francois Thomas, a hasher from Belgium, got separated from his team and never made it to the finish line. Our condolences to his family and friends.
http://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/09/174680/post-mortem-belgian-hasher-died-after-falling-striking-his-head


Do you think that putting on events like this is going beyond the scope of hashing?
 

Halve Maan Brewery lies in the center of Bruges, Belgium, but its bottling plant is on the city’s outskirts. Trucks became expensive and impractical, so the owners built an underground pipeline to carry the beer.

  By TURNER COWLES and RUSSELL GOLDMAN on Publish DateSeptember 16, 2016.

 

Beneath the gilded spires and buy cheap generic cialis medieval cobblestone streets of Bruges, the lifeblood of Belgium now flows at more than 1,000 gallons an hour.

The turn of a tap on Friday propelled the Belgian city into the future — and sent its citizens to the bar — as dignitaries and drinkers celebrated a momentous innovation: the world’s first beer pipeline.

The two-mile pipeline, visible in one spot through a transparent manhole cover cut into the cobblestone, carries beer from one of the country’s oldest still-operating breweries in the center of Bruges to a bottling plant on its outskirts.

The project cost about 4 million euros, or $4.5 million. But the brewery discovered an innovative way to raise the funds: promise donors free beer for life.

“As far as we know, this is the first time ever that such a thing has been done,” Xavier Vanneste, the director of De Halve Maan, or The Half Moon, a brewery, said in an interview. “It’s an old product, but an innovative project.”

Bruges, a medieval city and a Unesco World Heritage site, is a warren of narrow streets made congested by the nearly two million tourists who visit annually. Mr. Vanneste said the influx of visitors had made transporting the brew daily on tanker trucks tedious and expensive, and risked forcing the 500-year-old brewery out of its home.

“We wanted to avoid running big expensive tanker trucks back and forth transporting our beer,” Mr. Vanneste said. “So we constructed a direct pipeline from the brewery to the bottle room.”

 

The last truck visited the brewery on Thursday. By Friday, over 1,000 gallons, or 12,000 bottles of beer, began flowing through the pipeline per hour. The brewery plans to operate the pipeline 24 hours a day.

If a beer pipeline sounds like a fraternity boy’s fantasy, or, as the European news media has dubbed it, a “pipe dream,” Mr. Vanneste said the idea was rooted in the city’s existing infrastructure.

“We got the idea from looking at other life provisions that run through pipes,” he said. “Water pipes, electricity pipes, cable distribution, etc. So why wouldn’t that be possible for beer?”

One potential obstacle was that the city had never previously permitted a private company to run its own pipes beneath the streets. Another was cost.

The mayor of Bruges, Renaat Landuyt, though initially skeptical, warmed to the idea and approved the brewery’s plan.

“It was so important to find that solution for our mobility problem, because if we want to work in a modern way, from time to time we need to let trucks enter the historical city,” the mayortold Euronews.

Funding, however, was a different matter.

So Mr. Vanneste turned to another innovation his ancestors, who began operating the brewery in 1856, could never have dreamed of: the internet.

More than 500 people contributed to an online crowdsourcing campaign that helped raise the money needed to lay the pipe.

Backers are to be rewarded “with free beer for life in proportion to their contribution,” Mr. Vanneste said. “For example, someone that only made a small investment will get maybe a pack of beer every year on his birthday. But someone who paid the maximum amount may receive up to one bottle of beer a day for the rest of his or her life.”

THE ANGKOR ULTRA TRAIL….THE TREASURES OF ANGKOR at your fingertips from January 20 to 21, 2017

 

Do not only run the world, but also go off the beaten track and enjoy a dream in the heart of the most beautiful sites in the planet. The Angkor Ultra Trail goes all the way out as it reveals all the jewels of Cambodia at your feet!

 

Escorted by SDPO (Sports Development Performance Organization), the experts in organizing races in Southeast Asia, you will run in the heart of the archaeological site of Siem Reap, the ancient remnants of the Khmer Kingdom and classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. More than 300 competitors from across the world participated in this world first class race last year and the second edition offers you, not only a choice to run the Ultra 128 km in solo or in relay, but also the Bayon Trail of 64 km, the Jungle Trail of 32km or the Temple Run of 16km. 

 

A Nordic walking of 16km and for the accompanying joiners, you are welcome to join a humanitarian walk of 5km with the Cambodian children which are also part of the program.

 

In all cases, the ancient temples lost in the jungle, the sandy tracks crossing through the rice fields and villagers cheering will inspire your race. The trail traverses the hillside descending slightly, so it will not be difficult. But the problem that you may face is a weather that you are not accustomed to, as during the end of January, the average temperatures are between 18°C and 24°C. For the rest, you will be inevitably amazed by so much beauty.

 

"By participating in one of our scheduled events, the Angkor Ultra Trail which is a socially responsible race, you will combine solidarity by helping the Cambodian children and by supporting in the protection and preservation of the Angkor archaeological site, the ancient remnants of the Khmer Kingdom”.

 

Be the leading players on our side, the Angkor Ultra Trail and SDPO are waiting for you to join us in this second edition.

AMA XTERRA SAMUI Off Road Triathlon 2016

The inaugural Samui XTERRA OFFROAD Triathlon 2016 brings the new, spectacular and fast growing sport of 'Off Road Triathlon' to Thailand.

It also brings the first XTERRA Trail running race to the country.

 

Supported by Singha, ibis hotels, Bangkok Airways, Optima Bikes and theTourism Authority of Thailand, this inaugural Off Road Triathlon is set to attract 400 motivated athletes from all around the world.

 

Scheduled on Sunday September 25th, the race will start and finish on the magnificent Bophut beach, Koh Samui.

 

Off Road Triathlon is a highly visual and dynamic sport genre, stretching competitors to their limits. It is a sport that is rapidly capturing the imagination of sport people in Thailand and around the world.

After the immense popularity of road triathlon during the last 2 decades, off road triathlon is now fast growing in popularity around the world. We are very excited to bring this new type of sport and the XTERRA family to Thailand” explains Serge Henkens, the Race Director and managing director of Active Management Asia.

 

What is XTERRA?

 

XTERRA is world renowned for its series of cross triathlon races, three-sport races which include swimming, mountain biking, and trail running. The XTERRA off road triathlon race series is considered to be the world championship of the sport.

Professional triathletes are competing for impressive prize money purses, while amateurs race for national titles and coveted slots to the World Championship held in Hawaii in October.

XTERRA gives endurance athletes around the world a chance to race in some of the most diverse, spectacular, and challenging natural environments on the planet – from tropical jungles to snow-covered mountains. 

The X-Terra Asia Pacific World Tour Championship countries are The Philippines, Korea, Japan, Saipan, New Zealand, Australia, Malaysia and Thailand.

X-terra is also offering Adventure races and Trail running events which make the brand the global leader in off-road sports with events organized all over the world.

 

Who is XTERRA for?

 

The event itself isn't part of the 2016 World Tour, so offers a chance to all people interested whether to experience an Off Road Triathlon event for the first time, Triathletes that are interested to try out their Mountain Bike Skills along with serious athletes where the 'Elite' distance is available for more of a challenge.

AMA wants to encourage the sport to everyone to come and enjoy an adventure weekend on Koh Samui with friends, families and individuals. Workshops and training tips will be available in Bangkok to help anyone who wants to gain more confidence for any of the segments – especially the mountain bikes! Check on the official Facebook page for updates – https://www.facebook.com/XTERRAThailand/

 

Why Samui?

 

"Samui has all the ingredients for world class off road triathlon" continues Serge Henkens“A beautiful ocean swim in Bophut bay off the Gulf of Thailand, cross country MTB tracks and  running trails with challenging elevations through unspoilt jungle overlooking the spectacular views of Samui Island – The perfect recipe for a great event!”

 

Koh Samui has long been a prime destination for tourists from all over the world, attracted to the island by its clean sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. Mix in the shaded coconut palm groves and spectacular mountain scenery and we have the recipe for a spectacular multi-sport event!

 

Koh Samui provides an excellent and unique venue for Off Road Triathlon racing in SE Asia.

 

“As we offer 2 divisions Standard distance and Sprint distance, the race is really accessible to everyone to join in whether a beginner adventurist or professional athletes!” concludes Henkens.

 

The Samui XTERRA OFFROAD Triathlon 2016consists of 3 days of activities including:

 

·                     Parties and VIP hospitality

·                     A Sprint & Standard distance Off Road Triathlon races

·                     Trophy presentationand gala dinner

·                     Race Expo

·                     Entertainment shows and parties

 

 

 

For more information:

Active Management Asia Co., Ltd

Khun Sairung

Khun Serge

Tel: 02 7189581-2

Fax: 02 7189583

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Website: www.ama-events.com/amaxterra/

 

Ibis Samui Bophut

197 Moo 1, Rob Koh Road, Bophut,

Koh Samui, Surat Thani 84320

www.ibishotel.com/thailand

 

The Phnom Penh Hash House Harriers (P2H3) pre lube to the Mekong Indochina hash is set for Saturday the 29th - Sunday the 30th of October 2016, and registration is now open.
Details: Saturday 29th Bar/Pub craw starting 6pm
Sunday 30th Main run starting at 1pm
Sunday 30th at 7pm On On On dinner.
Cost: $60
Payment on arrival at Velkommen Guesthouse in Phnom Penh on 29th, but any payment before that date will be appreciated.
For more information and registration, send us email with your Name, Hash name, hash chapter and T-shirt size at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., visit our website at P2H3.com or join our facebook page  
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PI Angeles city beer festThe 1st Annual Angeles City Craft Beer Festival;
an Event That Will Change the Face of Beer Drinking In Angeles City Forever


Angeles City has always been a beer drinking kind of town but to be honest, the offerings for variety and quality in beer, like in the rest of the Philippines, have been limited to say the least.

That is all about to change for Angelenos and visitors in a big way as the city will play host to one of the most unique festivals to ever come to this region; the 1st Annual Angeles City Craft Beer Festival, which will take place at Marquee Park at Marquee Mall December 2-4.

For those unfamiliar with the term, craft beer refers to beer that is made by a brewery that is small, independent and that uses traditional methods of brewing. Craft beers are made by hand with no preservatives or chemicals and come in literally endless varieties with varying tastes and alcohol content.

Craft beer has literally exploded in popularity in most parts of the world over the last decade and has, in the last three years, started to take hold in the Philippines. Several dozen micro-breweries have sprung up throughout the country, including one here in Angeles City, to service a fast growing demand for better quality beer. And these breweries are starting to consistently deliver some very good world class beers, from ales to lagers to the always popular IPA’s.

The 1st Annual Angeles City Craft Beer Festival will give  beer lovers the opportunity to taste and enjoy a large number of the latest Philippine-based craft beers in one place at one time. Organizers are planning on having around 15 micro-breweries on hand offering festival goers over 100 varieties of beer to taste and enjoy.

At the same time, festival goers will have the opportunity to enjoy their craft beers with a selection of gourmet international and local food provided by celebrity chefs and unique local food outlets, live jazz music, educational beer seminars and more.

The Angeles City Craft Beer Festival is the idea of American Ted Lerner, a long time resident of Angeles City, whose company TLC Promotions will be organizing the event. Lerner came up with the idea for a craft beer festival after tasting some local craft beers.

“Pinatubo Craft beer is the first micro-brewery in the Angeles area and I credit them with getting this idea going in my head. When I tasted their beer I said this kind of thing is the future of beer in this country.

“I absolutely love beer but for years I’ve been terminally bored with drinking beer in the Philippines because of the sheer lack of variety. But this has all started to change as the craft beer revolution which has swept the world has started to kick in here. There are small breweries popping up in every part of the Philippines and these folks are producing some quality beers. I’ve had the chance to taste a lot of them in the last few months while putting this festival together and I get more impressed each and every day.”

Lerner said what most impresses him about craft beer is the effort and creativity that goes into making this level of quality of man’s favorite beverage. And also, he says, drinking craft beer always means a good time will be had by all, especially in a party and entertainment town like Angeles City.

“All of the micro-breweries are small operations, with maybe five to ten employees.  Craft beer is an art and a labor of love for these brewers. I want to showcase their efforts to the public because I know people these days are looking for new and unique drinking experiences that go beyond the ordinary.

“This is a chance for the beer drinking public in Angeles and Central Luzon to experience something new, to meet the very people who create this liquid gold and to have a lot fun. I’ve always loved the vibe that surrounds craft beer gatherings. It makes people happy and the scene is really cool.  We are going to have breweries from Cebu, Manila, Sagada, Baguio, Palawan and right here in Angeles City all together in one place. Throw in the amazing food and music, and a spectacular outdoor venue at Marquee Mall and we have the ingredients for a legendary great time. In my opinion it can’t get much better than that.”

Tickets for the festival will cost P250 and include one free craft beer.

The 1st Annual Angeles City Craft Beer Festival is endorsed by the Philippine Department of Tourism and the Angeles City Tourism Office.


For more information on the 1st Annual Angeles City Craft Beer Festival you can visit the festival website at
http://www.craftbeerphilippines.com


Or visit their Facebok page at
https://www.facebook.com/angelescitycraftbeerfestival/


For inquiries please call +639283027838
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The Yangon H3 is celebrating a full weekend of Hashing for their 1500th Run on the weekend after the Mekong Indochina Hash, 11-13 November 2016. There will be a Full Moon Hash November on Friday, 1499 Run on Saturday, and 1500 Run on Sunday. Why not extend your Hashing holiday and hop down there from Siem Reap. Contact BoBo for registration and/or further details.

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Posted: 20 Aug 2016 12:54 AM PDT

The Phnom Penh Hash House Harriers (P2H3) pre lube to the Mekong Indochina hash is set for Saturday the 29th - Sunday the 30th of October 2016, and registration is now open. 

Details: 
Saturday 29th - Bar/Pub crawl starting 6pm 
Sunday 30th - Main run starting at 1pm 
Sunday 30th - On On On dinner at 7pm. 

Cost: $60 
Payment on arrival at Velkommen Guesthouse, Street 144, in Phnom Penh on 29th, but any payment before that date will be appreciated. 

For more information and registration, send us email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it." style="line-height:18.459999084472656px;font-weight:bold;text-decoration:none;color:rgb(0, 0, 153);cursor:pointer;">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or use the form on the right of the web page.

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