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SHOULD I MOVE FROM HERTFORDSHIRE (U.K) TO CHAING MAI?

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SHOULD I MOVE FROM HERTFORDSHIRE (U.K) TO CHAING MAI?

Post Posted: Thu Nov 01, 2007 4:30 pm

Hi there, i've just come back from 7 months travelling in South East Asia, Australia, New Zealand where i had a great time. To cut a long storey short i meet this Thai girl in Bangkok, before i go on let me just say that she wasn't a bar girl or anything like that, she worked in a book shop and taught English. I spent 2 months with her and she now want's me to go and stay with her in Thailand. I'm from the u.k. and i'm back here now at the moment. I'm just wondering if anyone has any advise on life in Thailand, visas, work, money, change in culture, speaking thai, where to live, etc. Or maybe you just think i'm crazy to think about the idea?


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Re: SHOULD I MOVE FROM HERTFORDSHIRE (U.K) TO CHAING MAI?

Post Posted: Fri Nov 30, 2007 3:41 am

Many others do it. Just be very very careful about getting married too soon


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Re: SHOULD I MOVE FROM HERTFORDSHIRE (U.K) TO CHAING MAI?

Post Posted: Wed Apr 30, 2008 9:02 pm

Nobody ever seems to follow up on postings in this forum. What happenned Jarman?

Unless you are well qualified at degree level you will find it very difficult to get a job in Thailand..... & if you get caught working there without a work permit, YOU WILL be deported.

 

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