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I am thinking of moving to this area, but worried that there will be no English speaking ex-pats to mix with. I am Australian of English birth.
 
Move to Pattaya instead....lots of Thais from Sri-saket and lots farangs to talk English with. [emoji39]
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38 minutes ago, johng said:

Move to Pattaya instead....lots of Thais from Sri-saket and lots farangs to talk English with. emoji39.png

No thanks , that's for <deleted>. I am normal, just want a quiet life.

 

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Check out the Pizza4You restaurant in Kantharalak.
German owner. Decent beer and food.
Always some foreigners there to have a chat with.


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54 minutes ago, Huckenfell said:

No thanks , that's for <deleted>. I am normal, just want a quiet life.

 

Having spent alot of time in sisaket, Khu Khan and Prangku I can assure you there are more normal farangs in Pattaya.

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1 hour ago, dreaming said:

Having spent alot of time in sisaket, Khu Khan and Prangku I can assure you there are more normal farangs in Pattaya.

 

1 hour ago, dreaming said:

Having spent alot of time in sisaket, Khu Khan and Prangku I can assure you there are more normal farangs in Pattaya.

 

1 hour ago, dreaming said:

Having spent alot of time in sisaket, Khu Khan and Prangku I can assure you there are more normal farangs in Pattaya.

Yes but it must cost them a fortune shagging bar girls as that is what they are there for. Not my style thank you. I have no desire to live in a big brothel zone.

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2 hours ago, Huckenfell said:

No thanks , that's for <deleted>. I am normal, just want a quiet life.

 

You sound inexperienced and judgemental. Are you sure other foreigners will want your company? I suspect the Pattaya expats enjoy their lives in Pattaya in part, due to abscence of <deleted> like you! If you are going to live in that part of Thailand you need to learn Thai and enjoy Thai culture. Bogan is not big there. Good luck.

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OK Sunnyboy 2018, let's put this into context. I spent 3 months in an apartment in Jomtien last year, with a Thai woman from one of the outlying provinces. We went into Pattaya only twice on the baht bus, didn't stay longer than 3 hours on either occasion. It reminded me of the most depressing and horrible place I'd ever been (Rhyl, North Wales) but with more obvious ways of relieving one of one's money. My second visit was to try and ascertain just what my friends in the UK saw in the place apart from the women of easy virtue.....I couldn't see it.

I don't know what has caused you to accuse Huckenfall of being inexperienced. Inexperienced in what? The man knows what he dislikes, so how is that judgemental? Everyone to their own I say, and who are you to criticise his decisions?

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4 hours ago, Huckenfell said:

but worried that there will be no English speaking ex-pats to mix with.

Be thankful. Be very thankful.

A blessing in disguise.

The less the better.

Generally, the better parts of Thailand are the places with the fewest expats.

By the way, by the grace of God, i'm English.

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1 hour ago, Huckenfell said:

 

 

Yes but it must cost them a fortune shagging bar girls as that is what they are there for. Not my style thank you. I have no desire to live in a big brothel zone.

wait wait wait wait wait....you are telling me pattaya is a brothel ? why am i not living there then.

 

sincerely 

mr sandman

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There is at least one other Ausie guy Just outside Prang ku not too far from Khukan. 

 

I'm English  there sometimes too, but am currently stuck back in  in France, sorting out my status here post-brexit . Don't expect to be back before early next year and will be leaving again in June anyway as my step-son is moving back to bangkok then, so I'm not really a good prospect.

 

Have met a few other English at markets and waiting for the bus at Khukan bus station, so there are a few more around. 

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1 hour ago, tebee said:

There is at least one other Ausie guy Just outside Prang ku not too far from Khukan. 

 

I'm English  there sometimes too, but am currently stuck back in  in France, sorting out my status here post-brexit . Don't expect to be back before early next year and will be leaving again in June anyway as my step-son is moving back to bangkok then, so I'm not really a good prospect.

 

Have met a few other English at markets and waiting for the bus at Khukan bus station, so there are a few more around. 

Thanks mate, my partner has land at a village called Lomsak just out of Khukan off the Sisaket road.

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