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    rent room - live with thai family

    hello

    i wonder whether it's possible to sublease a room from a thai family for vacations

    as a kind of studentexchange - but without 'exchange' and for non-schoolkids


    would love to live with a thai family for some weeks instead of a hotel...

    thanks

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    Re: rent room - live with thai family

    Quote Originally Posted by David_Loves_Ubonwan View Post
    thanks man!

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    Re: rent room - live with thai family

    would love to live with a thai family for some weeks instead of a hotel...
    Wow, you got a lot of balls dude..More guts that I got for sure..555

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    Re: rent room - live with thai family

    Quote Originally Posted by FaranginPhetch View Post
    Wow, you got a lot of balls dude..More guts that I got for sure..555
    uhm...

    would u mind to explain that?

    didn't seem to me something i need balls for...

    worse than thaiprison?

    so far it's only an idea for spending some time around ayutthaya on my next trip before visiting some friends

    maybe not my best idea today, huh?

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    Re: rent room - live with thai family

    Go for it mate, I stayed with a Thai family last Christmas, I didn't know what was happening half the time but that was the fun of it all, wasnt even sure exactly where i was.The village was out in the sticks and not a white man for miles. I have freinds from NZ living in Thailand, and the first thing they do is look for and join Farlang connection type groups, then they socalise with them constantly and never seem to mix with the locals.

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    Re: rent room - live with thai family

    remember to share some of those valuable experiences when you're back na!

    have fun!

    จุดแรกคือการพบ จุดจบคือการจาก..
    มีรักต้องพราก มีจากต้องมีเจอ..

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    Re: rent room - live with thai family

    I have lived here for to long and seen to much, but listen to the tourist friends and do what ever blows your dress up.

    But sure ain't for me with sanitary conditiond at a premium, and to many disease and virus and bacteria rampant, Dengue fever is going wild now,, nope, I do not want any of that.
    If I could not afford to make a comfortable trip I would stay at home.

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    Re: rent room - live with thai family

    Quote Originally Posted by FaranginPhetch View Post
    Wow, you got a lot of balls dude..More guts that I got for sure..555
    Aw c'mon! I've stayed with friends' families in little hillside villages where 4 out of 200 speak any English. You just need to enjoy unbelievably spicy food, lao with sticks and leaves in it and relentless teasing. If you don't speak much Thai, a lot of the teasing will need to be translated for you.

    You'll love it!

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    Re: rent room - live with thai family

    thanks y'all!

    Quote Originally Posted by billk View Post
    Aw c'mon! I've stayed with friends' families in little hillside villages where 4 out of 200 speak any English. You just need to enjoy unbelievably spicy food, lao with sticks and leaves in it and relentless teasing. If you don't speak much Thai, a lot of the teasing will need to be translated for you.

    You'll love it!
    no doubt

    maybe they offer courses 'thai gossip for beginners'

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