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    Bangkok Area Prisons

    Bangkwang Prison AKA The Bangkok Hilton

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    Published on 11-27-2012 05:52 PM
    If you are looking to live a cheap lifestyle in Thailand, then these tips will help you to survive on a shoestring budget.

    You can live on 200,000 baht a month in Thailand or you can live on 25,000 baht a month. It depends on how foolish you are with your money. I have been living in Thailand for years living on a shoestring budget of less than 25,000 baht a month. It is not that I do not have more money on hand to spend, but more that I like to save several thousand dollars a year while I am living a Cheap Charlie lifestyle in Thailand. Those of you that drop 100,000 to 200,000 baht a month may be wondering how that is even possible. You may be tempted to call me a liar. You may accuse me of living in some tin shack near a Bangkok canal (klong) spending my days panhandling on Sukhumvit Road to survive. Neither are true! ...
    Published on 10-28-2012 02:57 PM
    There is one hot thing that all the Thai girls and women seem to be spending loads of  Thai baht on these days in Thailand.

    There is one hot thing that all the Thai girls and women seem to be spending loads of Thai baht on these days in Thailand. I know 2 farangs that have set themselves up with a real nice continual stream of income by financing their wives in this type of online business.
    Published on 10-27-2012 06:45 PM
    I recently met a farang (foreigner) living in Thailand that was making up to 100,000 baht a month in profit with a business that initially cost him about 15,000 baht to start. His wife runs it and they only work evenings. The food they make is a hit with the Thais and no one else in their province is doing it.

    A few months ago, I met a foreigner living in Thailand that set up a small business for his wife to run. The initial layout was around 15,000 baht and since then they have been making up to and often time over 100,000 baht a month in profits. The nice thing is that this business is easy to do, cheap to start and it is nearly pure profit. Since they started the business 4 years ago, the Thais are lined up every night in hordes to buy the tasty snack his wife cooks. The farang is doing nothing but smiling and counting the baht they are making!!
    by Published on 10-08-2012 07:10 PM
    A Westerner in Thailand can spend a lot on eating out and grocery shopping in Thailand. I save 70% or more depending on where I shop and where I eat out at in Thailand.

    I keep hearing uninformed Western expats living in Thailand talk about spending 20,000 to 30,000 baht or more per month on food. Once I get to talk with them, I figure out where they are going wrong. You farangs do not have eat Mama Noodles from 7-11 every night to keep your food budget budget in the "Cheap Charlie" category range! You can enjoy a plethora of Western food and still keep your budget mice and lean.
    Published on 09-28-2012 09:15 PM
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    2. Crimes Against Foreigners in Thailand,
    3. Violent Crime in Thailand
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    After living in Thailand for so long, I have come to the realization that no matter how many expats tell me they feel safer in Thailand than their home country, that Thailand is still a dangerous country. Year after year, I have read news articles about foreigners in Thailand being robbed, beaten, stabbed, shot, poisoned, and yes, even dismembered. The latest news report is about a German tourist, 49- year-old Gleich Thomas, being stabbed to death on Koh Samui.
    Published on 09-28-2012 08:35 PM
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    2. Cooking / Recipes,
    3. Thai

    Drunken Noodles Ingredient List

    2 cups of flat rice noodles

    I cup of sliced chicken

    3 tablespoons of cooking oil

    2 tablespoons of sugar

    2 tablespoons of oyster sauce

    1 teaspoon of black soy sauce
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