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Old 07-28-2006, 03:21 PM   #1
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Living in Thailand

I was first introduced to Thailand as an exchange student just after my 15th birthday. When I decided that I wanted to spend a year abroad, the exchange student organization had asked me to name the top three countries in which I would like to live. I chose Australia, Brazil and Costa Rica. It turns out that these are the countries most Americans choose. They got back to me and said that they could offer me a half scholarship if I went to a country called Thailand. At the time, like most Americans I knew nothing about Thailand and had only a vague idea where it could be found on a map. But more than anything, I wanted to have an overseas experience. The half scholarship sounded good and I signed on the dotted line.

After spending a year living with a Thai family and attending an all Thai school, I returned to the US where I quickly found that I desperately missed Thailand. Something was clearly missing in the US. After graduating from high school, I headed straight back, traveling around the entire country before settling in Bangkok. For one year I lived in the center of the city, working as the token white guy in TV commercials and movies. After attending university in Australia, I returned to Thailand and settled in the city of Chiang Mai in the North of the country. I have come to love the Thai people, culture and way of life. I have great Thai friends and expatriate friends alike. I am completely happy here and I could not imagine ever returning to live in the US. One day, I believe you will know exactly how I feel.


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Old 10-01-2006, 03:11 PM   #2
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$20 for 100% original information based on nearly a decade of a living in Thailand is a bargain. You'll save yourself more than that your first day on the ground in Thailand if you have a little knowledge under your belt.

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Old 06-21-2007, 08:57 AM   #3
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The reason so many people have purchased the ebook and the reason I can actually ask for $29 for it, is that this information is not available on google or Lonely Planet for that matter. But thanks for letting me know
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Old 05-09-2008, 10:08 AM   #4
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Could you please tell us mor about the way of life in thailand ?
and isnt it a bit different , i mean regarding healthcare, politics etc ...
do u have children , or think about having children in thailand ?
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Old 06-11-2009, 10:23 PM   #5
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I was first introduced to Thailand as an exchange student just after my 15th birthday. When I decided that I wanted to spend a year abroad, the exchange student organization had asked me to name the top three countries in which I would like to live. I chose Australia, Brazil and Costa Rica. It turns out that these are the countries most Americans choose. They got back to me and said that they could offer me a half scholarship if I went to a country called Thailand. At the time, like most Americans I knew nothing about Thailand and had only a vague idea where it could be found on a map. But more than anything, I wanted to have an overseas experience. The half scholarship sounded good and I signed on the dotted line.

After spending a year living with a Thai family and attending an all Thai school, I returned to the US where I quickly found that I desperately missed Thailand. Something was clearly missing in the US. After graduating from high school, I headed straight back, traveling around the entire country before settling in Bangkok. For one year I lived in the center of the city, working as the token white guy in TV commercials and movies. After attending university in Australia, I returned to Thailand and settled in the city of Chiang Mai in the North of the country. I have come to love the Thai people, culture and way of life. I have great Thai friends and expatriate friends alike. I am completely happy here and I could not imagine ever returning to live in the US. One day, I believe you will know exactly how I feel.


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I know what you feel..The life in US and the life in Asia is really different. From the lifestyle, the people and the places where you can actually feel like you are living in your own home..
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Old 07-22-2009, 01:03 AM   #6
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nice place


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