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Old 07-22-2008, 05:34 AM
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Originally Posted by jreckoning View Post
Hey Scott, where'd ya go? Lumpini? or Ratcha in bANGKOK?

What'd you think of all the betting that goes on. I like to describe it as a scene from the Deer Hunter when they are playing russian roulette.

I've been to both Lumpini and Rajdamnern, the atmosphere is truly electric. No a/c, only fans, dimly lit, noisy as hell, the betting, the cheap seats, the accompanying music from some buddhist monastery horn instrument during the wai kru.

I like it better than the modern, cool and orderly Korakuen Hall in Japan.

The experience is exotic!
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