Fans of Rim Taan guesthouse & John in Thoed Thai might be interested in some wedding photos from his daughter Nui's wedding on Friday 9th December 2011. I was fortunate enough to attend, but for a 2nd Thoed Thai trip in row had camera battery trouble. This time it was my own fault - not charging the camera battery up the night before I left. I managed 1 photo & the battery was flat & needed recharging. Soi my pix were all taken later on in low light / at night time. Not to worry The entrance to Rim Taan Guesthouse & the wedding reception. The lucky couple With John's wife Nuan a Tai Lue from Luang Nam Tha, people came from Houei Xai, Luang Nam Tha, the USA, Japan & many places in North Thailand. At the peak of the night about 1,000 people were there & it was a huge wedding. For those familiar with Thoed Thai & Rim Taan, http://www.gt-rider.com/thailand-motorcycle-forum/threads/33172-Thoed-Thai-Accomodation the Ting Ting restaurant courtyard next door was full with tables & chairs for the locals; & the Rim Taan courtyard was full with guests from out of province / country. Being the only westerner there it was an incredible experience for me. John's kids & relatives from Seattle in the US numbered about 12 & it was an absolute pleasure to meet, talk, drink & eat with them. It was a glorious full moon night & once the show got under way there was lots of ramwong, line dancing, plus singing from many of the guests (except me). Khun Sa's old cook & daughter Pon, John's son with Lamduan owner of Saraburi restaurant & the cook's daughter The 2 best looking women there were Lue girls from Luang Nam Tha I was able to sneak in early for a photo before they got mobbed by the local guys wanting to try their luck in courtship. Talk about flies around a jam pot, it was hilarious. The happy couple, relaxing towards the end of the night. Cheers one & all. It was a ride & trip with a difference. Thoed Thai is one of my favourite escapes in North Thailand. A remote out of the way place it still has an excellent traditional warm & friendly fell about it. http://www.doi-mae-salong.com/thoed-thai The Rim Taan guesthouse is the place to say; & the Ting Ting restaurant next door serves delicious fresh cheap food. Check it out sometime. It one of the best hidden gems of North Thailand.