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24 minutes ago, perconrad said:

I live in Kantharalak, I am Danish, and here are foreigners from many countries. 

There is an Australien who opened a bar/restaurant a few month ago.

Pizza4you and Black Dog are other places where foreigners meet.

The town has a Tesco and soon a Global House and a lot of local shops and restaurant.

Houses for rent at reasonably prices.

Wow,the town has a Tesco. 

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On 10/4/2019 at 9:12 PM, Nyezhov said:

Pattaya bad, blablablabla

I know of several expats who dallied with Phisaket females all to their regret, seems that women from this area are some of the most preditory in LOS.

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5 minutes ago, IraqRon said:

I know of several expats who dallied with Phisaket females all to their regret, seems that women from this area are some of the most preditory in LOS.

Together with the chicks from Buriram. 

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On 10/4/2019 at 3:27 PM, sunnyboy2018 said:

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.

well he is right about brothel zone...I think he got that part right...

judgmental....sounds like it BUT why not beeing open what one like and what not...in LOS mixing w. most falangs you need to lower your expectations about human race ...otherwise you go nuts as most marry patty hookers and move w. them to the wider sisaket area ..playing normal happy life where in real they involved in a permanent  business transaction...( the bmwid / but my wife is different /  syndrom is rampant there like a virus ).. thats  unusual for western standards ( yes u frequent hookers but u dont try family w. them ) most main stream westerners would think u nuts to put it  mildly and they will tell u straight in ur face...

also Thais think u are nuts but they are more tolerant and will never tell u / means they dont give a s...t about you as u are falang not thai.... they see their people of the receiving end of the money pipe...if they have an opinion about anything ( not so often the case w. thais ,) they might think of what a smart women these patty hookers are squeezing such gimps... also they understand poverty and heavy social pressure...and if one or many crawls out of that hole they admire them...

 

my advise...if thailand is what u really want.... learn thai mix with thais of a better social class ...learn and adjust to their ways ... if u are still there after some years and positive I think u experienced a change of values and judgements...and end up with a lot of interesting experiences and friends ...

 

if u just want a place to hang out with ur beer buddys and dont give a s...t about thailand thais and their ways stay home... save yourself and others the disappointment...as i assume u search for a positive experience in your later years not a bitter one that lets u end up sarcastic and very very  lonley ( not into the hooker game or drugs and not into thais alike ) ..

anyway chock dee...

 

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there are plenty of ex-pats here.. check out the "monday lunch club" in Ubon first monday of every month 11:30am @ Lai Thong hotel, not far from the airport. expats come from near and far. tons of information from people who actually live around here... that's tomorrow if you're in the area... cheers

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1 hour ago, digger70 said:

Why is this a nonsense post ? Is it because we like it Quiet?Or that You Don't like it if we don't talk to many people? I know now who's talking <deleted>  :jap: 

Here's what you wrote:

 

    "Count yourself lucky not to have to put up wit a lot of english speaking expats. where we are there are only a few and we don't see /talk to them  , except one .Peace and quiet."

 

   

 You seem to be a racist who doesn't like people from English speaking countries?

 

"We don't see/ talk to them?" That might be your own opinion, but you can't speak for others.

 

  I am considering that most expats in the area are from English speaking countries, but you decided that these people aren't worth talking to them? 

 

  Everybody who's from an English speaking country is regarding your post a bad person, not worth to talk to or even look at them?

 

  You don't have to be friends with everybody, but you have to accept other nationalities.

 

If you don't understand that, then it's your problem. 

 

 I'm glad that I don't have to "put up with people like you." ( using your words).

 

  Thank you very much for your kind consideration. Good day.

 

 

   

 

  

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On 10/4/2019 at 11:45 PM, Huckenfell said:

Been there twice  only passing through the 2nd time, thats enough.

 

And Pattaya/Jomtien are just a few blocks big,right? Go stay in Isaan if you want, it's your life. 

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On 10/4/2019 at 8:17 PM, 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.

You don't seem to understand how big Pattaya is from north to south Jomtien. Have fun in Sisaket,and don't become suicidal. You sound like a newbie,and you will probably get disappointed. 

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With apologies to 'Little Britain' tv comedy series , I'm the only GUY (farang of any nationality) in the village!

 

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On 10/4/2019 at 9:18 PM, EVENKEEL said:

As soon as you arrive in Pattaya....your soul is lost forever. Pattaya bad, blablabla

I sense a recurring theme here.  Pattaya bad, blablabla

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WHATEVER you do, don't get locked into a one-year contract anywhere. Try different places for a week or two. You'll get a sense for whether or not you like it. I personally live in a high rise in Na Jomtien, and it's great for me. Many folks couldn't STAND it. Took me about 15 years to really find the place I wanted to settle into. Pattaya bad, blablabla

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On 10/4/2019 at 6:27 AM, sunnyboy2018 said:

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.

A very good point as all expats need to learn the basics of the Thai language or be stuck having to be around other foreigners in the tourist slums. Besides nothing worse than spending hours of each day playing charades with the Thais to get a simple point across.

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36 minutes ago, quandow said:

WHATEVER you do, don't get locked into a one-year contract anywhere. Try different places for a week or two. You'll get a sense for whether or not you like it. I personally live in a high rise in Na Jomtien, and it's great for me. Many folks couldn't STAND it. Took me about 15 years to really find the place I wanted to settle into. Pattaya bad, blablabla

I wouldn't call Na Jomtien Pattaya. You can't stay much further away. 

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6 hours ago, Max69xl said:

Wow,the town has a Tesco. 

:cheesy:

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2 hours ago, Mitkof Island said:

A very good point as all expats need to learn the basics of the Thai language or be stuck having to be around other foreigners in the tourist slums. Besides nothing worse than spending hours of each day playing charades with the Thais to get a simple point across.

Pattaya bad (hint: tourist slums) blah blah blah

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