PaoKeek 5hrs 25mins ago Sawasdee from Beijing ka Khun Teoay,
I like the songs you posted. I'm getting old, so I like only sweet songs of P'Jae and of singers from the past. Last night I stumbled upon the song entitled "Pieng kam Deaw" sung by Warawut Bulkul. I've never heard of this singer before, but he sings incredibly well. OMG, what a beautiful heartbreaking song!This is a nice replay (Suthep Wongkamhaeng was the original). But I forgot whether I found this song from you or from someone else. But I'm very, very interested in Warawut Bulkul and want to check out the beauty of his other songs. If you've this guy's album, kindly post for me na ka. I visit your blog as invited. I read rapidly some articles you wrote. Wow, interesting. It reminds me of my hometown. I'm from Amphur Muang, Songkhla. Yes, I was born there. I studied at Wichienchom School and later completed my high school education from Woranareechaloem. I read your food reviews with joy. Umm...everything looks appetizing. Whenever I'm back to Songkhla, Nang Ngarm Rd. is my area of finding things to eat (i like Raan Tae). I'm a housewife spending my life partly in Beijing (China) becoz my husband is posted there due to his job and partly in Songkhla with my mother.
I wish I could type and communicate with you in Thai language as we're both Thai, but, unfortunately, I've no Thai keyboard, so can type only in English. I do apologize.
Khobkhun ka. When I'm free, I'll spend more time reading your blog na. It looks interesting. I miss the food of Songkhla so much, mainly seafood from Koh Yor, Samila Sea Sport, Jae Mao, Jae Bo, Tai Fa, Laan Dok Kaew, Raan Nai Waan, Raan Romkwan (Wachira).....to name a few. Hew Khao Jing Jing Loei Ja. Mai Koy Chob Aharn Jeen Teenee Taorai. Bye-bye na iiiiiiiiii.....Choke Dee ka.