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yes goanna yes he told me someone came the day we went to ubon, sorry i missed you as i had to go and pick up several customers who were arriving at ubon airport and were staying at our resort, not a problem look forward to catching up with you in october. and once again thanks for your custom the last time .

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BTW, there's a cuty in my wife's village seeking a foreign husband. Can't post a photograph of her, as it would cause quite a few divorces.

Anybody interested having a Sott Nang Sao? This is not a joke.-.coffee1.gif

ahem, depending on what "Sott Nang Sao" means, I might be interested.. my Thai isn't up to par sadly but I am willing to learn.

I had been looking to live somewhere in Isaan, not interested AND cannot afford to build a house or anything as of yet (I am 31)

I talked to a few ladies that were listed as from Surin, Buriram and Sisaket.. sadly 90% of them were really in Pattaya or Bangkok.. and, nope!

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My wife is approached monthly with requests from local ladies to find them a falang. Some are dogs some are definitely not; the the cute ones tend to get fixed as soon as they go online; some of the desperate ones head off to Pats never to be heard of again.

Perhaps I should start a sideline business!

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My wife is approached monthly with requests from local ladies to find them a falang. Some are dogs some are definitely not; the the cute ones tend to get fixed as soon as they go online; some of the desperate ones head off to Pats never to be heard of again.

Perhaps I should start a sideline business!

As an Agony Aunt? SS

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My wife is approached monthly with requests from local ladies to find them a falang. Some are dogs some are definitely not; the the cute ones tend to get fixed as soon as they go online; some of the desperate ones head off to Pats never to be heard of again.

Perhaps I should start a sideline business!

As an Agony Aunt? SS

I'd join in, covering lower northeast. Let's think of a good name....LINDY Love Links....Ladies of Isaan Never Disappoint You....wub.png

Edited to add that I'd spit my coffee on my keyboard when reading it Please be aware that this name's already copy right protected!!!-facepalm.gif

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Two of us visited the Cuckoo's Nest in Si Sa Ket for lunch yesterday and the food is excellent, I can thoroughly recommend the place. Unfortunately, Brian was not there but his charming partner Aew was a great host and a wonderful cook. Met up with an Aussie and his Thai wife on holiday from Adelaide and had the opportunity to catch up on some local news. We'll be back

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Thanks for the kind words David. I'm glad you had an enjoyable visit to Cuckoo's Nest. I was playing Golf (Very Badly) when you were here. I hope to be here next time you visit.

Cheers, Brian & Aew

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Thanks for the kind words David. I'm glad you had an enjoyable visit to Cuckoo's Nest. I was playing Golf (Very Badly) when you were here. I hope to be here next time you visit.

Cheers, Brian & Aew

1 2 much.

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Cuckoos is good for tourists and the food was usually good when I frequented the place.

Just keep in mind what happens/said at Cuckoos does not stay at Cuckoos.

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Cuckoos is good for tourists and the food was usually good when I frequented the place.

Just keep in mind what happens/said at Cuckoos does not stay at Cuckoos.

I take it then you have not been there for a while? Why only "...good for tourists..." and not locals? Perhaps you could elaborate on your rather cryptic last sentence.

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Cuckoos is good for tourists and the food was usually good when I frequented the place.

Just keep in mind what happens/said at Cuckoos does not stay at Cuckoos.

I take it then you have not been there for a while? Why only "...good for tourists..." and not locals? Perhaps you could elaborate on your rather cryptic last sentence.

For me it was for personal reasons, I expect people not go spreading very personal secrets when they tell me its between you and me, then tell me about other peoples very personal secrets, that I really don't want or need to know, why I have not been there in 16 months, while living in SSK all the time and never will set my foot there again, other people have other reasons.

Nice place if passing through town, easy location and decent menu but the pretty much the same food except for the tex mex you can get other places in town.

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Cuckoo's is a great spot for a drink or a bite. I frequent it often and enjoy the atmosphere and the food. Tends to be a mix of folks that frequent it which I like, some locals, some expats, some teachers, some tourists. The other spots mentioned are all good as well. Try them all and decide which one you like, they are all worth a visit. There are enough places that you will find one that suits your tastes, or just cycle through them so you don't get bored with only one hangout.

"Pizza 4 You", is also a nice spot to check out if you are near Kanthalalak, it is near the bus station, they have a proper pizza oven and good bread too.

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Gidday Mate, I will be in Mueung Siskaret next month but i get no further than Phrung Ku unfortunately . Perhaps next time we can have a drink tho.

Hey xen - are you talking about Prang Ku (near Khu Khan). I spend a bit of time in that neck of the woods

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Hi Peter, where abouts in australia you from? I'm from QLD. Which part of sisaket are you in?

My girl lives in khukhan and I visit 4 times per year. I either stay near her village or in sisaket town.

As said above, head down to Cuckoo's Nest and introduce yourself to Brian. There are always a few farangs there. Usually after 5pm

I will be back in Sisaket in January, I'll PM you when I have dates

I'm in Brisbane...but will be in Sisaket around 2-21 November...if you happen to be there around that time it'd be great to catch up..

Hi Peter, i havent been on here (TV) for a while. I'll be in sisaket on 16 December. Looks like our paths wont cross. But I'll be back around april so you might be settled then

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hello to dreaming and goanna, not sure if i have met you guys over at my bar in phu sing yet, but if you are passing jamjuree bar please pop in and say hello, if you are not sure where it is then i can forward you details.

Hi Celtic. Can you give me some directions. Say from the traffic lights at khu khan. I'll be back over there in December

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