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  1. #2197
    Quote Originally Posted by TeleBiker  [View Original Post]
    Do you have any more recent photos of your favorite angel?
    Here are a few.
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  2. #2196

    Angel

    Quote Originally Posted by Kaintuck  [View Original Post]
    Thank you. Now I know why they call Bangkok the "city of angels".
    Do you have any more recent photos of your favorite angel?

  3. #2195
    Quote Originally Posted by TeleBiker  [View Original Post]
    May you experience more joy with these ladies. I think that is what she called your sessions?
    Thank you. Now I know why they call Bangkok the "city of angels".
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  4. #2194

    Joy

    Quote Originally Posted by Kaintuck  [View Original Post]
    These are the two ladies I had in mind. This photo was taken a few months ago. The lady you may be thinking of now lives in Europe but travels to Thailand and I have photographed her several times since 2014.
    May you experience more joy with these ladies. I think that is what she called your sessions?

  5. #2193
    Quote Originally Posted by TeleBiker  [View Original Post]
    I believe the one lady in question has not been available since Feb 2014.
    These are the two ladies I had in mind. This photo was taken a few months ago. The lady you may be thinking of now lives in Europe but travels to Thailand and I have photographed her several times since 2014.
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  6. #2192

    Available

    Quote Originally Posted by Kaintuck  [View Original Post]
    Heading for Bangkok on business next month. I hope these ladies are still there.
    I believe the one lady in question has not been available since Feb 2014.

  7. #2191
    Quote Originally Posted by Mackin  [View Original Post]
    Hard work always pays off. It's nice when they give it their full attention.
    Heading for Bangkok on business next month. I hope these ladies are still there.
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  8. #2190

    Kaintuck

    Quote Originally Posted by Kaintuck  [View Original Post]
    Part of the weighing in process. Tedious but necessary.
    Hard work always pays off. It's nice when they give it their full attention.

  9. #2189
    Part of the weighing in process. Tedious but necessary.
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  10. #2188
    Quote Originally Posted by RobertLong  [View Original Post]
    Beauty + Beauty, wonderful textiles and a wonderful lady to show them.

    RL.
    She likes to show off her new textiles.
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  11. #2187

    Those 2 Photos are Wonderful

    Quote Originally Posted by Kaintuck  [View Original Post]
    I make it a rule to give the Bangkok ladies textiles from my travels. Often these are items they cannot find in Bangkok or cannot afford them. They show their appreciation in many ways, all of them meet with my approval.

    Generally speaking, Isaan people are descended from Lao as seen by their language, food, etc. There are many more Isaan Lao than Lao living in Laos. There is a strong similarity between Lao textiles and Isaan textiles except that in the Isaan there are also strong Khmer influences older than both Thai and Lao. In the southern tier of the Isaan (Surin, Buriram, Sisakhet) there are a couple of million Khmer-Thai. The Thai often call them Khom. These are among the finest silk weavers in the region. The Queen of Thailand sources her royal silks from Surin. The women who weave them speak Cambodian as their first language; Lao is second; central Thai is third.
    Beauty + Beauty, wonderful textiles and a wonderful lady to show them.

    RL.

  12. #2186
    Quote Originally Posted by RobertLong  [View Original Post]
    She mentioned that many Isan are originally from Laos and that the language is similar. But the textiles are way different and have beautiful designs compared to Thai sarongs. I notice your Isan friend loves the fabrics and she can't wait to disrobe to feel the fabric against her soft skin.
    I make it a rule to give the Bangkok ladies textiles from my travels. Often these are items they cannot find in Bangkok or cannot afford them. They show their appreciation in many ways, all of them meet with my approval.

    Generally speaking, Isaan people are descended from Lao as seen by their language, food, etc. There are many more Isaan Lao than Lao living in Laos. There is a strong similarity between Lao textiles and Isaan textiles except that in the Isaan there are also strong Khmer influences older than both Thai and Lao. In the southern tier of the Isaan (Surin, Buriram, Sisakhet) there are a couple of million Khmer-Thai. The Thai often call them Khom. These are among the finest silk weavers in the region. The Queen of Thailand sources her royal silks from Surin. The women who weave them speak Cambodian as their first language; Lao is second; central Thai is third.
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  13. #2185

    Many Isan Are originally Lao

    Quote Originally Posted by Kaintuck  [View Original Post]
    Luang Prabang is a good place to visit; the sooner the better. Some of the best temples in SE Asia. Night market rapidly changing for the worse with Lao fabrics being replaced by shoddy imported goods.
    She mentioned that many Isan are originally from Laos and that the language is similar. But the textiles are way different and have beautiful designs compared to Thai sarongs. I notice your Isan friend loves the fabrics and she can't wait to disrobe to feel the fabric against her soft skin.

  14. #2184
    Quote Originally Posted by RobertLong  [View Original Post]
    Yes I have priced them at Chatuchat Plaza the section behind the market place. Very expensive. A friend told me she would take me to Luang Prabang so it is on my list. She is not Issan but she is familiar with the area.

    RL.
    Luang Prabang is a good place to visit; the sooner the better. Some of the best temples in SE Asia. Night market rapidly changing for the worse with Lao fabrics being replaced by shoddy imported goods.
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  15. #2183

    Thank You

    Quote Originally Posted by Kaintuck  [View Original Post]
    Robert,

    Bought the scarf in a weaving village not far from Luang Prabang. Don't know about the price now; that was a few years ago. I was in LP last year and prices are out of sight due to tourism. Better deals at Chatuchak week end market in Bangkok.
    Yes I have priced them at Chatuchat Plaza the section behind the market place. Very expensive. A friend told me she would take me to Luang Prabang so it is on my list. She is not Issan but she is familiar with the area.

    RL.

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