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This is an experiment again to see my technical abilities are sufficient to move a photo into this topic.

Anyhow, if it might work: The photo depicts Loeng Wow, who might be the oldest expat of Chiang Rai. He is going to be 78 in a couple of months.

He worked in Thailand for many years and retired in Chiang Rai.

Limbo.

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This is an experiment again to see my technical abilities are sufficient to move a photo into this topic.

Anyhow, if it might work: The photo depicts Loeng Wow, who might be the oldest expat of Chiang Rai. He is going to be 78 in a couple of months.

He worked in Thailand for many years and retired in Chiang Rai.

Limbo.

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Ahaa Lung Wow, my grandfather knows him..! he told me he is very nice and funny guy. i have no chance to know him yet... but my grandfather told, they always laught when they talk to each other but dont understand each other...as my grandfather doesnt know anything about english language! thats so cute of 2 oldies talking together....

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1. Working in Baan Huai Sak

2. Beauties in Baan Huai Sak

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4. On the road to Phu Chi Fah

5. Chiang Rai Zoo

6. The waterfall just northwest of CR

7. Flooding in Chiang Rai October 2005

8. Yet Jod

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post-6305-1147612665_thumb.jpg Little Pam in a striking pose. Impossible to get her sitting normal.

post-6305-1147612169_thumb.jpg During a Christian Karen wedding the speeches take ages.

Even the groom can't keep his eyes open.

Thai village weddings are a little bit more lively:

post-6305-1147612795_thumb.jpg The bride, still under protection of the other women of the village.

post-6305-1147612737_thumb.jpg The grooming getting entrance to the home of the bride.

post-6305-1147612332_thumb.jpg May the music start!

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Wow, really great pictures Ivan!

I would guess Mae Fah Luang district. Isn't it the Mae Fah Luang Pagoda on the last picture? After Santikiri (Doi Mae Salong) to the right?

Thanks!

Limbo

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post-21441-1148499627_thumb.jpg doichaang coffee plantation , pride of the north

post-21441-1148499774_thumb.jpg sonkran kun korn river area

post-21441-1148499950_thumb.jpg kantoke dinner only in evening

post-21441-1148500120_thumb.jpg anyone some red dirt ?

post-21441-1148500242_thumb.jpg dry season

post-21441-1148500329_thumb.jpg under construction

post-21441-1148500457_thumb.jpg sunrise , only 152 km to go

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Wow, really great pictures Ivan!

I would guess Mae Fah Luang district. Isn't it the Mae Fah Luang Pagoda on the last picture? After Santikiri (Doi Mae Salong) to the right?

Thanks!

Limbo

Yes, you got that one right!

1+2 Outside Chiang Kham

3 Phayao, on the road to Chiang Mai

4 Not far from Phrao (80 km north of Chiang Mai

5 Outside Phaya Mengrai

6 Gate of Siam (Mekong in the background)

7 Doi Mae Salong

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Ivan and Flupke,

These photos are just great, and Flupke I like the bike!

Makes me want to return to Thailand and once again revisit Chiang Rai, a city I was last in in 1997!

Laulen :o

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