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Yep!! those dragon flies always seem to be on that beach .... ^ a few kilometers inland towards Ban Khaw, one starts getting into the rice paddies.... Heavy duty traffic on the side roads! ....

Let's post some pics from my trips to Pattani, Narathiwat and Yala, in random order. First, the pictures from Mueang Pattani.

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Pix from Songkhla Fishing Port 2

Note to self: never go into this place again without rubber boots!

(My favorite sports shoes now smell like rotten fish and nothing will get the smell out)

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Apparent dog drowning victim on Pak Tre Beach, Ranode, Songkhla. Photo taken at low tide. All the abandoned netting here is a real threat to swimmers. The shadow is pretty creepy.

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Clearing up is almost as bad as the flooding. After the 2010 floods in Hat Yai we not only had the issue of cleaning all the crap out of the house and off the streets, the streets and every bit of waste ground had to be cleared again of all the stuff people just threw out; dead fridges, TVs, mattresses etc, etc. 

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Clearing up is almost as bad as the flooding. After the 2010 floods in Hat Yai we not only had the issue of cleaning all the crap out of the house and off the streets, the streets and every bit of waste ground had to be cleared again of all the stuff people just threw out; dead fridges, TVs, mattresses etc, etc. 

Your completely right about that. I was in Phuket the tsunami and that was a total  mess too, but the sheer scale of this has got to be 1000s of times bigger just due to the total area inundated. For us, we haven't even started the work of sorting through all the flood damaged crap because it is still to wet...In our town 'the dump' was also flooded. and it is just a rice field in a low-lying area surrounded by more rice fields under cultivation...only god knows how anything can grow around there...or what the long-term effects might be on the people who consume it.

 

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