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I've been in Isaan for 12 years and I find it fascinating. Virtually every week there is something that I find of interest or something that surprises me, dismays me and sometimes shocks me.  

My wife doesn't give them "Jack", and naturally I asked come one day, "honey" why don't you give them something....huh, they have hands and feet and can work, instead of always asking for money on the

This story starts 22 years ago.   I first met my future wife, Dee, when she was selling papaya salad (somtam in Thai) on a street stall in Nong Khai. I was forty one and tired of the single

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14 minutes ago, owl sees all said:

Owl Log 20-11-2019

 

Took a pic of the bin that a couple of you lads were inquiring about. 

 

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Most of the dogs try to get into the bins at night. This was the first time for ages that ours had been attacked. The green open one is used for leaves and twigs, so is not of interest to the dogs. There is a group of a dozen dogs in our short road. They have not formed into a pack; yet!

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IIRC, aren't those bins in your photo above, tyres that have been forced inside-out?

Or was I hallucinating on your home-made dodgy Lao Cao?

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