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What's the best thing you ever did since coming to stay in Thailand?


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Building a resort on the beach.

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So your "resort" offers windsurfing, kayaking tours, snorkel equipment rental and other activities offered at resorts?

Or is it just a hotel?

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In Thailand, whenever they build a hotel in the middle of a rice field, it's magically a "resort"

As a matter of fact....yes.....And its not in the middle of a rice field.

Webb site ?

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"If the best you've done since coming to Thailand is becoming a member of Thaivisa may I recommend that you get out more"

Rayk. What a Stupid comment, maybe your the one who should get out more, away from your barstool.

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Revel in debauchery and fornication every day in Pattaya. During 5 years.


Then marry the pretty flower of one night that makes me happy as ever. Since 5 years also...

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The best thing I did was stopped trying to make sense of Thailand.

That's understandable, there is not a lot of sense here, but the good still outweighs the bad.

Makes you wonder what sort of country Thailand would be if the majority of people had even average intelligence.

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Head for the departure lounge with my child. Would never wish to bring up a youngster in a society like Thailand.

Apart from education, just how bad is it going to be if you want to bring up a child in the UK compared with here in Thailand.

Immigration etc, etc,etc.

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Took up weight training again after a loooooooooooooong medical layoff...smile.png

I'm glad you said weigh training and not weigh lifting Trans.

Hope you stay fit and well.

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Making the difficult decision to move elsewhere...sold the condos and car...gave away the bike and furniture...left with a backpack and a briefcase...

I have found life less stressful in an English speaking country...better food, healthcare, less hassles and people are less violent...

less hassles and people are less violent....

You are obviously not talking about the UK.

My experience with Thai people is that they are mostly non confrontational.

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