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    Default Free fish for your pond

    We took Ohm's dad to the Amphoe at Khon San to get some free fish to add to our ponds.
    I believe it was being given out by the government to certain people.

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    Don't you just love Thailand? No mucking about with tanks and stuff.......just a bag of fish

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    There were quite a few in each bag too and he got 3 bags

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    Buying votes - lol!
    'Tis me

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    Brazy, I love pictures 1 and 3. Magic.

    I read that the rubber farmers have taken to breeding certain fish to sell overseas fairly lucratively. I thought that was up north however.

    Has anybody ever tried keeping those praying mantis' as pets? I could watch them all day.

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    "Has anybody ever tried keeping those praying mantis' as pets? I could watch them all day."

    A lad from back home in the UK he's got a Spiny Flower Praying Mantis, just posted a picture on FB the other day but they are smaller and more colourful from the green one that was on the door frame in my picture.
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    This was my pet but he got eaten by my pet Tarantula a long time ago
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    This was my pet snake he got eaten by army ants

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    and my pet lizard

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    Human beings are seventy percent water, and with some the rest is collagen

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    Tarantula's can eject fine hairs which can stick in your eyes if you let them get near your face (expect you know).
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    Quote Originally Posted by marshall View Post
    Tarantula's can eject fine hairs which can stick in your eyes if you let them get near your face (expect you know).
    Possibly not the wisest thing to let them near your mush .....lol
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    They are also soft and cuddly and keep the mossies down
    Human beings are seventy percent water, and with some the rest is collagen

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    And lovely when deep fried (and no I haven't)
    I'm ONE of the 52%

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary & Nok View Post
    And lovely when deep fried (and no I haven't)
    ...but I have, albeit in Phnom Penh some years ago when I was working on a project with a local NGO there. Savoury, crispy and crunchy, and there are no arguments as everyone gets a leg! Yummy!
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    Deep fried, good job they are deaded
    I'm ONE of the 52%

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    Default Collecting monies to help do a new Temple, nr Khon San

    We donated 1000 baht a the village chiefs house the previous day, I dont know how long it will take to get the money or if they will get a government grant

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    lovely photos

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    Default Coffee Relax, Chum Phae

    Nice food and a good brew, also sells beer, next door to the right is an Expat bar called Jokers Bar

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    There are lots of these places around Isan nowadays. One of the things I miss most about the place is the various coffee shops I found. They were often out the way, and sitting down with a book, headphones and watching the world go by.
    One of my favourite times of year was the rainy season when I would get to my local and watch and listen to it hurtling down.

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    Default A lake near Huai Muang, Phu Pha Man, nr Khon San

    Had a great day out

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    Dinner by Jet-Ski, dont get that service on Bassenthwaite Lake, just flew back to Issan this morning for the MOTO GP at Buriram.
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