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    Fountain or Jaccuzi?

    I was thinking about turning my indoor fountain in to a jaccuzi.
    Needs a coat of pait and I might as well pull it down.
    Seems like I would have a good start on a jaccuzi, and could do it with a minimum of plumbing.
    Are jets/air blowers and pool heaters available around Ching Mai?
    Any suggestions?

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    nice hut there highonthai, looks like it would be a faily simple project if you can find the things you need

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    You might want to buy some paint, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    You might want to buy some paint, too.
    My point exactly, thing stands about twenty feet tall. I'd rather just pull it all down and build the jaccuzi.
    I would be looking for somekind of electric pool heater.

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    Sounds like a great idea the neighbours will be able to sell there TV . they will get a lovely view of your personal bits !

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    What an interesting feature in your home... How did that come about? Was it already there when you bought/moved into the house?

    A visit to Kham Thiang for some plants would be in order too I guess? Would look really nice then!

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    ( And obviously you need to make it much deeper so you can dive in from upstairs off the balcony area. )

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    If it was me, I'd rip out the whole damn thing and install a pool table, a good sound system and perhaps a bar. I have never seen the point of jacuzzis - if I want to get clean, I have a shower, if I want to shag, I do it in bed (normally) and if I want to relax, I have a drink.

    Look at it this way - how often are you likely to use a jacuzzi?
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    ^if I want a jacuzzi, I fart in the bath

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    I had one when I lived in the UK never used it in the end expensive waste of money . But if your really into bubbles up your arse cheaper to buy a box of straws and get one of the girls in soi Yodsak to sort you out a couple of times aweek !

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    some very good advice here, well done TD

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    Sadly he's in Chiang Mai, which doesn't have a Soi Yodsak.

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