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A thai girl in Sweden..
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    Hi everyone! ^__^

    I'm new at this forum.
    Well, am a Thai girl, 14 years old, living in Sweden with my mother and stephfather.

    I really really miss Thailand!!!
    I have NO friends from Thailand, so I hope I will meet someone at this forum that wanna be my friend ^^;;

    The weather here is ok today. The sun is shining, but sometimes it comes very very cold winds.

    Anyway ^^;;

    Well.. that's all from me now ^^

    C y!

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    Hi! Welcome to our forum. Maybe you would like to tell us a bit more about yourself?

    How long have you been in Sweden? What did you find most amazing when you first went there? Do you miss Thai food? What do you miss the most about Thailand?

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    I've been here since I was 5 years old.

    Most amazing?... Hm.. I don't know...

    Yes, I miss Thai food!! Guey Teaw!! ^^;;

    I can't answer that question. ^^; I miss.. Everything!!

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    Almost every Vietnamese restaurant serves guey teaw. It is called "fer" in Vietnamese. They use the roman alphabet and spell it "pho". It is exactly the same as guey teaw. My favorite is "pho tai" They say it "fer dtai/"

    It seems like most Thai restaurants outside of Thailand don't make guey teaw- I wonder why?

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    i dont know any Vietnamese restaurant in this town tho -__-

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    Hi and welcome!

    How often do you come back to Thailand? Does if feel strange to you coming back? Are there no Thai restaurants in Sweden?
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    We visit Thailand almost every year.
    I'm going to Thailand this year, in June. ^^;;

    No it doesn't feels strange ,)
    I dont think about it so much when we leave the plane.
    It hurts so much in the ears... (I hate flying&#33

    There are a lot of Thai resturant in Sweden actually..
    But if I order Guey Teaw... it dosn't taste as good as in Thailand...^^;;;;

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    Yeah, food is much better in Thailand. Here in the US, very few Thai restaurants serve noodle soup. You can get Tom Yum but not guey teaw.

    Do you know many Thai people in Sweden? I am asking because I have an aunt who moved to Sweden a long time ago. She has not been back to Thailand in many years; everyone in the village misses her. When I first came to the village 5 years ago people asked me if I knew her. I don't know her married name, only her name before she was married, and of course her village. It would be really cool if you knew her.

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    Do you know where in Sweden she lives?

    Well.. I dont know so many Thai people... in my age.
    Mom has a lot of Thai friends tho..

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    I go back in Thailand in a few weeks. I will try to find my aunts married name and where she lives. Will write then.

    Do you live near Stockholm? Have you been to the old city? I think it's called "gamelstan" or something. I was there for a few days working, then i had to leave. I remember it was cold, and the restaurants were very old, and there was lots of seafood. Fish soup. Aquavit. Can't remember too much else. What is Swedeen *really* like?

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