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15 Baht boat noodles, Wat Takien, Nonthaburi: 100.422721 ; 13.828006

Wat Takien has a small talad nam, with some very interesting statuary. Open 7 days, with weekends, being busier with more vendors.

Which klong is that?

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15 Baht boat noodles, Wat Takien, Nonthaburi: 100.422721 ; 13.828006

Wat Takien has a small talad nam, with some very interesting statuary. Open 7 days, with weekends, being busier with more vendors.

Which klong is that?

This one:

http://goo.gl/maps/M8s1v

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15 Baht boat noodles, Wat Takien, Nonthaburi: 100.422721 ; 13.828006

Wat Takien has a small talad nam, with some very interesting statuary. Open 7 days, with weekends, being busier with more vendors.

Which klong is that?

This one:

http://goo.gl/maps/M8s1v

Klong Kruai?

Some good eateries along there. One of my favs is just about 200 meters into the klong when entering from Chao Praya.

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Klong Kruai?

This is a small tributary off a bigger klong, quite far from the river.

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The balls of curry paste are a common sight in any Thai market.

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The balls of curry paste are a common sight in any Thai market.

Mr DAL obviously does not get out much biggrin.png .... I think we should make this his first challenge with his new camera....to find curry balls !!!! thumbsup.gifwhistling.gif

..... oh and he's got a challenge in the farming forum forum too.... he's going to be a busy chap! tongue.pngbiggrin.png

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Klong Kruai?

This is a small tributary off a bigger klong, quite far from the river.

yes, yes,

but could you offer the names of the tributary and the bigger klong so that

I can make a trip and sample the dish you posted a photo of above

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The link, http://goo.gl/maps/M8s1v, in post #49, is a google map of the location.

The numbers, 100.422721 ; 13.828006, in post #2, are the GPS coordinates.

And this, http://goo.gl/maps/CAVhI, will tell you how to drive there from MBK.

I have absolutely no clue as to the name of the klong.

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The balls of curry paste are a common sight in any Thai market.

Mr DAL obviously does not get out much biggrin.png .... I think we should make this his first challenge with his new camera....to find curry balls !!!! thumbsup.gifwhistling.gif

..... oh and he's got a challenge in the farming forum forum too.... he's going to be a busy chap! tongue.pngbiggrin.png

At least you are open to the plausibility of me never have seen this before. Thanks

The balls of curry paste are a common sight in any Thai market.

@Mr. Astral. I have seen a lot but i have even more to learn, thankswai.gif

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Whit out any further a due

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Crispily fried pork fat salad with.. well just look...

CE-Lab restaurant Krabi 2012

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The link, http://goo.gl/maps/M8s1v, in post #49, is a google map of the location.

The numbers, 100.422721 ; 13.828006, in post #2, are the GPS coordinates.

And this, http://goo.gl/maps/CAVhI, will tell you how to drive there from MBK.

I have absolutely no clue as to the name of the klong.

thanks,

small klong going off Klong Om (just after Klong Muang goes off Klong Om) when you do Klong Om from Nontaburi to BKK

there are som good food places around there, will try to remember camera next time.

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