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|02-02-2007, 03:44 PM||#1 (permalink)|
R.I.P "The Dog"
Ban Chang - Chinese Cemetry
Ban Changs Chinese Cemetry is quite nice, nobody there and the place is open to the public, lots of fruit trees by the graves and set well back from the main Road.
I do like the murals they paint on the walls, I done art at school for a couple of weeks, the art teacher decided I was wasting both mine and hers time attending her lessons, so she threw me out of the class
This guy must have come from a wealthy family, he has the biggest Shrine and the best spot, well he probably doesn't think it is the best spot as he is dead and would rather probably be alive.
Hmmm, this one seems a bit neglected, Knobby Nomates perhaps.
Susan Satharana Bann Hok.
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