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Nignoy    118
The wat in Ban Bua Khao, Kuchinarai, Kalasin.

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My wife brings some refreshments from the local shop next to the wat. :D

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I have photos from Ubon and Amnat taken in the early 60,s also Leong Nok Tha ,and many picturesof pattaya in 1962, could some one please give me advice how to post themnot very computer literate :o Nignoy
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kalasin    1

I have photos from Ubon and Amnat taken in the early 60,s also Leong Nok Tha ,and many picturesof pattaya in 1962, could some one please give me advice how to post themnot very computer literate :o Nignoy

1. In "Fileattachment" point at the file

2. Press "Add This Attachment"

3. Wait until the file is shown below "Fileattachment" (waiting time depend on file size - maybe one minute)

4. Put the cursor in the textbox, where you want to put your picture

5. Press "Add Into Post".

Voila.

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glenbat    0

Sorry have no pictures of Isaan as never been yet but heres one of the girls at home in Buriram

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by the way, is it ok to post pictures found on the net of Isaan? I've spent hours lately browsing and found some really great photos

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bmanly    81

Here's 2 of my favourites, first one is the fountain in the park at Ubon Ratchathani.

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Cyclo Taxi Man near the lake in Surin.

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Maytin    0

See what Issan is really like. Seeing is believing!

I just spent 2 weeks travelling Issan on a little Honda 100 (Korat to near

Cambodian boarder).

I met many fantastic people who welcomed me into their lives.

This little video clip shows what it is really like travelling on the road,

the Wats that you pass, a monk initiation ceremony, a primary school sports

day, somtum making, rice farming, fishing in a dam and village kids playing.

As I say, this is just a small clip and I'm new to all this. I just used a

small cannon digital camera on video clip mode.

I'm new to videos, new to web video, and new to this part of Thailand on a

motorcycle. (Taking videos whilst ridding a motorcycle one handed is also

new to me!)

Maybe the important thing for those of this NG who haven't had the chance to

travel Issan that can see what it's is really like.

Sorry if this is boring for you who actually live there.

Thanks to all the Thai people who welcomed me into theirs lives.

I hope you like my contribution.

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See what Issan is really like. Seeing is believing!

I just spent 2 weeks travelling Issan on a little Honda 100 (Korat to near

Cambodian boarder).

I met many fantastic people who welcomed me into their lives.

This little video clip shows what it is really like travelling on the road,

the Wats that you pass, a monk initiation ceremony, a primary school sports

day, somtum making, rice farming, fishing in a dam and village kids playing.

As I say, this is just a small clip and I'm new to all this. I just used a

small cannon digital camera on video clip mode.

I'm new to videos, new to web video, and new to this part of Thailand on a

motorcycle. (Taking videos whilst ridding a motorcycle one handed is also

new to me!)

Maybe the important thing for those of this NG who haven't had the chance to

travel Issan that can see what it's is really like.

Sorry if this is boring for you who actually live there.

Thanks to all the Thai people who welcomed me into theirs lives.

I hope you like my contribution.

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Hi Maytin

Thank you for an really great reminder of why I long to return home to Surin,Issan.Your road trip was great and I will show it to all the sad b*****rds in the UK, who think N.E. Thailand is a horrible 3rd world country.Happy New Year and thanks once again. :o

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Bellatrix    0

1. Kids playing in Prang Ku, Sisaket

2. Countryside, Prang Ku, Sisaket

3. Wax sculpture (part of candle festival), Ubon Ratchathani

4. Village Muaythai show in Sisaket

5. Khao Pra Wihan, Sisaket/Cambodia

6. Phanom Rung, Burriram

7. Ban Samo sanctuary, Sisaket

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kalasin    1

I know it's not from Isaan. :o

But now it's 60 days until I go back to Isaan. :D

Here is some reason why I can't wait to go. :D

From my house i Denmark the 22nd of february this year.

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pazza    2
See what Issan is really like. Seeing is believing!

I just spent 2 weeks travelling Issan on a little Honda 100 (Korat to near

Cambodian boarder).

I met many fantastic people who welcomed me into their lives.

This little video clip shows what it is really like travelling on the road,

the Wats that you pass, a monk initiation ceremony, a primary school sports

day, somtum making, rice farming, fishing in a dam and village kids playing.

As I say, this is just a small clip and I'm new to all this. I just used a

small cannon digital camera on video clip mode.

I'm new to videos, new to web video, and new to this part of Thailand on a

motorcycle. (Taking videos whilst ridding a motorcycle one handed is also

new to me!)

Maybe the important thing for those of this NG who haven't had the chance to

travel Issan that can see what it's is really like.

Sorry if this is boring for you who actually live there.

Thanks to all the Thai people who welcomed me into theirs lives.

I hope you like my contribution.

========================================================================

Hi Maytin

Thank you for an really great reminder of why I long to return home to Surin,Issan.Your road trip was great and I will show it to all the sad b*****rds in the UK, who think N.E. Thailand is a horrible 3rd world country.Happy New Year and thanks once again. :D

I empathise entirely with peter (and other posters) (tear and everything) I miss the place (Nong Khai) and my girlfriend :bah: so much, it is good to see the photos and video. :o

Can’t wait to get there and stay there (next year). :bah:

Thanks guys :o

Steve :D:D:D

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