Jeeraphan Kanchanaveera (YUT )
Click! And Drink Internet Cafe
Opposite Royal Princess Hotel
147-147/1 Changklan Rd. Muang Chiang Mai Thailand 50100 Tel. 66 (0) 53 275 333; Mobile. 66 (0) 89 632 8080
I would regard YUT (Jeeraphan Kanchanaveera) is a good friend of mine too. He operates an Internet Cafe just across the Dusit's Royal Princess Hotel in the mid section of the ever busy main trunk road of Changlan. I know him almost the same time with Weerapong Srivichai, the TV Newscaster attaching with National Channel, Chiangmai. While Royal Princess is my favorite hotel and I am a Dusit Club member, each trip, I prefer my accommodation there. Yut's Internet Cafe is probably the ONLY site that I can locate an Apple Mac in his cafe. There is another good reason why I always like to hang around in his place - simply his mother cooks delicious Chinese food and speaks Mandarin (Chinese). The old lady's Yam with Fish head in Clay pot is easily best in the the world...and could be another sole reason why I go back to Chiangmai again.
Yut was still single when I got to know him at 36. The subsequent trips, he took a leave from busy schedule and went for further studies in the University. Well, one fine morning, he mailed me that he was hooked up. The next trip I went down, he has a son. Time flies but he wasn't changed much except is more mature and happy. Well, he is still the ever passionate and friendly guy that I get to know previously. Just for the fun of it, I notice the restaurant was hanging quite a few old pieces of traditional Buddhist Statues such as Nang Kwak etc. Well, he told me his late dad was quite fond of collecting amulets too. Recently, he mailed me some of the collection which I thought may be it is time to set aside a section for his collection too in this MIR site. Well, this could signal a change in his interest and perhaps we can witness some other nice collections from the lovely and cozy Northern City of Chiang Mai.
| NEXT | to begin with, I will show you some native Phra Rod amulets produced by the famous old Wat Phra Singh as well as other older collectibles from Chiang Mai city.
PART ONE | PART TWO | PART THREE
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