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Monday, August 18, 2014

Girls You Can Sleep With in Thailand

If you are in Thailand or plan to come here be prepared for these sort of girls.

  • Curious Girls

Curios ones are top of the list because they're very easy to get. They're curious about Westerners/foreigners. They've had fantasies of being with a white guy. The biggest delight of their life is to be with a white guy because they're fascinated by the western culture.

  • Slutty Ones

You can easily make out the slutty ones from their accent. I don't know why but their accent is a little sluttier. They're clever, smart and have slept with many foreigners that's why they can speak English very well. Usually, they think that they're very pretty and sexy because they've brown skin (which is sexy no doubt about it) or because they've had a foreigner boyfriend before. Their confidence level is much higher than an average girl and they're very skillful and desperate to find a new boyfriend who can take care of them. 

Very skillful in bed and know how to make guys happy  - Beer & Naked.

  • University Girls 

I am sure you've met these girls through Dating websites/MRT or BTS. Dating sites in Thailand are full of awesome uni girls. Some are looking for one night stands and some for a long term relationship. You can simply jump into bed after couple of dates. They love to drink, party at any place as long as they have a partner. They don't care about age or money. All they care about is a person who could be with them.

It depends hugely on what universities they go - The most kinkiest ones are from Bangkok University (The hottest ones too), University of Thailand chamber of commerce, Rangsit university & all the small technical colleges etc.

  • Bar Girls 

Get ready to be ripped by them. It's pure business for them. They sleep with you simply because they want money. It's all about money for them. It's good to try them once - No wonder most of them are tough probably because of their experience or their survival extinct. Their body and legs are the most attractive part. They will do anything for you - "anything I mean literally everything".

  • Massage Parlors Girls

Very skillful in what they do and love going out with white skin guys because they hardly get any. They're bored of Thai guys and their small d**ks so be prepared for some real fun when you go see them.

Note: Don't be selfish when you go see them.

  • Wanna Learn English (Wanna-Be's) 

Finish a lot more quickly than others. They are border-line sexy with their stupid English and shyness. They talk a lot because they want to practice their English skills. They finish very quickly probably because they haven't been with a many foreigners before.

  • High-So Girls (High Society Girls)

The biggest question is to meet these girls? Actually, they're in minority in Bangkok. Usually, they date Thai-Chinese guys. But the best thing about these girls is that they're friendly and open-minded. Not very easy to meet them though. But a great place to meet them would be at some discos around Thong-lor like Demo, Esco-Bar, Bombay Blues, Funky Villa or at RCA sometimes etc.

Another thing is that being high-so means that these girls aren't stupid so you have to be patient with them and can't act like an impatient dog who just wants to jump on the bed. Be patient and wait for the right time.

    • Naive Girls

    Questions never stop pouring out of their mouth. They love sharing and talking to connect emotionally with you. A huge chance is that these girls are in an open-relationship with other guys. These girls are honest and talk a lot more than other types. They are shy and are OK in bed. You might have a hard time because they're a pain in an ass because they ask a lot of questions.

    There favorite question is - "Do you talk to many girls?"

    • Desperate Divorcees

    They're my favorites because they've no more expectations from the guys they sleep with. They're OK with one night stand or being in a open relationship or anything you wish. They don't want your money because they've enough money for themselves and their family. 

    I'll give them 8 out of 10 in bed. They're skillful in bed because of their experience dating guys and being ditched by many. They definitely know how to charm a guy with sexy acts. 

    • Mom's

    Moms are the only single inspiration for English Teachers in Thailand. They go to temple the next morning they had sex with a stranger. They need attention from someone who could do better than their husband. 

    I believe in the Charlie Sheen style of living. There are only two things that a girl should do:

    1. Sleep with you &
    2. Leave before you wake up. 

    Wednesday, August 6, 2014

    Bank girl posing sexy images - News Thailand

    Does that mean that Thai girls love attention? 



    Everyone needs attention and that is one of the main reasons why social network is so big and will continue to be. People love attention which comes in the form of likes, comments, shares in social network.

    This might be one major weakness or a strong point of Thai Girls.

    1. Easy to convince if you give them attention (That's why many Thai Girls have Giks)
    2. They leave guys who don't give them attention (unless they have another guy lined up) 
     This might sound strange for some girls but its the truth up to some extent. It gets down to upbringing of a child and unfortunately since birth Thai kids are given tremendous amount of attention resulting in what you can see in social networks or some girls taking sexy selfies in a bank.

    On the contrary, we can also argue that not just Thai Girls but everyone need attention. Even the great Steve jobs or Larry Ellison needs attention and that's why he always wanted to make something different from others so that he can leave behind a legacy. (It's not good to compare Steve Jobs with Thai Girls but it actually answers the question).

    Everyone, somehow or the other get lost in getting attention from others rather than trying to get attention from themselves (I mean from within). That's when you start loving yourself and don't need attention from others.

    But anyway we are going off the topic and here are some pictures I got online via bangkok coconuts. A kinky girl posing sexy images to get attention and I swear they did get a lot of attention. All because of social network.

    What do you think about attention? Let me know in the comments section.

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    Friday, August 1, 2014

    Shopping in Bangkok - MBK

    What to buy and eat at MBK?

    MBK is famous not only among tourists but among locals and expat community. It has 8 floors with many restaurants, souvenirs shops, fast-food restaurants. The best part of MBK is the wide variety of products that you would be exposed to from tech gadgets to clothes to awesome restaurants. Not to forget some tattoo shops as well.

    • MBK mall 

    It's in Rama 1 road in the city center. The best way to go there is by sky train (BTS) and get off at National stadium which is walking distance from there.

    Take a bus ride if you wish - Bus numbers 25, 29, 93, 73 and many more.

    Mobile floor at MBK

    MBK mall is THE best place to sell or fix your mobile phone. Almost anything could be fixed in your mobile phone over here. Mobile shops are run by locals and they can speak English as well because a lot of their customers are foreigners. MBK is not a black market but a GRAY market  - the products sold are original. There haven't been many cases that I've heard that a person has been sold a counterfeit smartphone unless you are too dumb to recognize.

    Also, one more important thing I noticed in MBK mobile shops floor is that you should not bargain, I've seen people bargaining thinking that they'll buy the product from other shops (as there are plenty), but I had to say these mobile stores have pretty much similar price for every thing. There isn't much difference in the price so there's no point doing it.

    Apart from mobile phones there are other electronic market that you can buy - Cameras, wrist watches, and other gadgets. 


    Local or branded clothes could be bought from here - They've some brands on the ground floor one of them is A to Z. Local brands are on all the floors. You can buy almost anything at a reasonable price from any shop. The cheapest T-shirt might cost you $4 but again you have to consider the quality of it and the most expensive one could be bought at TOKYO department which (shopping department store inside MBK) is inside MBK.

    MBK mall actually also has western size shoes which is hard to find in other places in Bangkok, but MBK apparently has some shops where you can get decent or possibly local or maybe branded shoes at a good price depending on the brand.

    Food and Beer

    MBK has Burger king, Mc donalds, Dunkin Donuts as fast-food and Indian restaurant(Indian by chutney) on the top floor, few Japanese restaurants like Fuji etc. and they also have a food court where you can buy affordable, delicious food for a dollar or two. Don't worry if you're a veggie - There is also a good vegetarian stall in the food court.

    Santa- Fe steak 
    If you want to have a steak and don't mind spending a little extra money then go for Santa-fe steak house on the 5th floor.

    Fifth Avenue
    Fifth avenue is another restaurant famous for it's international cuisine that they offer and definitely one of the hardest thing would be to choose the items you want to try.

    Thai Massage(Traditional massage not a happy ending one)

    MBK mall has massage shops serving you free hot Thai tea for an hour of foot massage, face massage or Thai massage. Prices are not bad and quite similar to what yo pay outside. Make sure to tip the lady or ladyboy who gave you the massage. 

    Salons, Tailor shops and Miscellaneous

    I've never tried them but I've heard good things about it from people who have used their services. They do almost everything from dying hair to giving you a completely new look.

    Tailor shops in Thailand are usually owned by Indians with dodgy names like Mike, Dave etc.

    If you want to add more to the list you're most welcome to add it in the comments list.

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    Tuesday, July 29, 2014

    Bangkok is not just about Nightlife.

    The visa policies are going to change in Thailand in the next two days?

    Lot of foreigners are living in Thailand on a Tourist visa but with these restrictions it's going to make their life a little tough. It was quite sure that Thai government would come up with some policies in order to get rid of foreigners working illegally in Thailand.

    But apart from that what makes Thailand so good at attracting foreigners? Why don't foreigners go to Philippines or Indonesia or as such any other country - Well they're great countries no more than Thailand but I've lived in Thailand so I'll only tell you why Thailand is so attractive and a great hub for business in South-east Asia.

    Nightlife is one major attraction but that's for the sexpats and their used to be a lot more 10 years back but nowadays some people are here for tax-evasion (doesn't sound good but it's the truth for many of the people), some are here purely because of work, some for traveling and fell in love that they don't ant to leave. (That's the best part about Thailand).

    There could be as many reasons as the number of people you meet. But that's not important - the most important part is to live life to the fullest wherever you're and that's what people/expats get when they're in Bangkok/Thailand.

    Quality of life in Bangkok and Culture

    Bangkok is a great city to live - Most job opportunities are in Bangkok and most of the corporate or small-medium size businesses are in Bangkok. Also, the quality of life is way better better than other cities in Thailand.

    Talking about quality of life in Bangkok - You won't get things done as quickly as in the west. Also, you'll never be a part of the Thai community which makes sense because you were never born here and you don't understand their culture the same way they do it.

    No matter you stay here for 20 years you'll still be a foreigner and it's not a bad thing but this is the way you'll be treated by anyone in a foreign country not just Thailand.

    If you want like to know more about the Thai culture the best way is to live in a Thai neighborhood . First of all, you'll end up having many Thai friends (which is hard to make if you're the same gender) and the other thing is that it's reasonably inexpensive to stay in a Thai neighborhood compared to the main city center (where most expats live).

    Thais love smiling and pay huge respect to foreigners if you feel and do the same. It's quite correct because we're in their country so we ought to respect their culture and the way they are. If we've any doubts we should ask them politely and accept the reasons without asking further questions if it's a critical issue (It comes with understanding of the Thai culture - that asking questions is not a good thing especially if it's about culture or religion related things).

    Bars and Restaurants 

    Bangkok is one of the top most crowded cities and the reasons could be simple because Thai people love to go out a lot. I've never seen Thai's staying at home especially girls. They would go out to bars, malls, shopping something or the other but they don't like staying indoors.

    That could be one of the reasons that they've many restaurants and bars in the city. Every corner of the street would have a bar or a restaurant which makes also makes Bangkok one of the foodiest city in Asia.

    Many international restaurants in Bangkok offering international cuisines or a specific cuisine. You'll get one of the best Japanese food, Italian, Indian and of course Chinese food in Bangkok.

    Chinatown, Little India are some places worth visiting to see the temples, food stalls, Thai-Chinese culture, the old Vespa scooter and desserts. Little India has heaps of cloth merchants shops in the department store or in the side of the street. 


    Nightlife in Bangkok is good as compared to the other cities or maybe it's my love for Bangkok that is saying. From expensive sky bars to go-go bars to beer gardens to discos Bangkok has a lot of places to go out. 

    Sukhumvit road is the most popular ones where you can find a mix of Expats and sexpats and tourists. I like the way Sukhumvit streets are independent of one another - Street 3 has Arabs and good food (It's called as Soi Africa) and Street 4 is called a European Soi (All Go - Go bars are there). 

    Street 11 is one of the best with good discos as Levels and Q-bar and also for oldies like climax. 

    Street 8 has couple of discos and insanity is in street 12 which is good for all ages if you enjoy dancing. 

    As always it's turn to learn more about Bangkok and believe me the best way is to come and try it all by yourself.

    Thursday, July 24, 2014

    Bangkok Street Food Tour

    Bangkok has been ranked as one of the foodiest cities & no doubt it deserves this position. Street food in Bangkok is widely popular just like any other south-east Asian country where people tend to eat a lot more outdoors and that's one of the reason that Bangkok has so many food markets (Ta-laad - in Thai).
    In Thai they've a saying which means "Eyes bigger than stomach". The reason is that they really have very delicious food and they tend to order a lot more they can eat. Well I'll list down some common dishes and food markets to eat real Thai food.

    Some common dishes in Thailand are"

    • Tom Yum Krung

    The most common dish you can find almost anywhere. It's Thai soup with flavor of lemon grass, ginger, chilli peppers and lime juice mixed with ingredients of shrimps or mushroom (if you prefer).

    • Noodles 

    Easily the most consumed dish in Thailand and by far the most healthiest as well. Noodles came to Thailand from China but during the years have transformed them into Thai style because of the ingredients they use like the fish sauce, chillies, vegetables, meat balls, fish balls, beef slices etc. You can choose from rice noodles, egg noodles or white flour noodles. The choice is all yours!
    • Som-Tum (Green papaya salad)

    Also known as Papaya salad with shrimps on top is famous among Thais or Tourists. It could be served in different ways - dried shrimps or pickled crabs.

    • Pad-Thai

    Pad-Thai could cost somewhere around 25 baht - 50 baht in a street shop and it's super delicious than the one you pay for in a western country. It's noodles mixed with dried shrimps.

    • Grilled meat/pork/fish

    When you see or smell smoke somewhere in the streets, there's a huge possibility that it's because of the grill meat balls, barbeque or pork neck or belly or probably a smoked fish. 

    • Dessert (Mango with Sticky rice)

     This is probably the best combination of a fruit with rice I've ever seen and it's surprisingly very delicious.

    • Fruits 

    Warm tropical climate is good for fruits and you can see loads of street selling food vendors on every corner of the street. If not fruits, you can easily find someone selling orange juice or coconut water.

    Bangkok also has some famous markets for food -

    • Khlong Toei 

    If you're a foodie person then there is no better place than Khlong Toei in Bangkok. While walking in the small, smelly alleys you could see Thailand from a real perspective. Try some Pork belly with sticky rice, braised pork trotter and intestine (so soft that it will melt in your mouth), don't miss the sticky rice with mango dessert , skinned frog or even live ones if you prefer, pigeon barbeque and crabs of course. 
    You can find endless varieties of seafood, chillies, fruits, vegetables especially durian. The small, dirty alleys will make you feel happy and proud to have witnessed something special. 

    Also, check out this video of Andrew Zimmern who goes to Bangkok and his first stop was Khlong Toei market.
    • Jatu-Jak (Pronounced as Chatu-Chak in Thai)

    You can buy anything here and food is just a bonus. It's famous among tourists and locals and have thousands of visitors every day making it a great place to have Thai street food. It's not as "raw" as Khlong toei but it has it's own quality.

    You can find noodles, pork belly with rice, endless buffet shops, grilled meat balls, fruit shops, ice-cream (believe me you have to try this - it's made of coconut and topped with corns), mango ice-cream and other snacks are easily available here.

    • Or Tor Kor Market 

      It's completely different from the other markets mentioned above. I'd suggest you to bring a camera to take pictures of the fresh vegetables, fruits available in the market. It has also ranked as one of the top most fresh markets in Asia.

    As always now it's your turn to go to these places and try these wonderful dishes to know about the diverse Thai culture. Remember that's the best way to learn Thais and make new friends.

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    Monday, July 14, 2014

    Khao san road - Everything you want to know about it

    Khao san is in old Bangkok close to the Grand Palace. Usually referred as a place for backpackers (It still is) but it's also a "must-go" place for tourists, expats and food lovers (Veggies as well). 

    In this post we'll talk about what has Khao san road offer tourists, expats and backpackers:

    1. Tattoo Shops
    2. Bars and discos
    3. Restaurants and food
    4. Hostels and Hotels (Briefly)

    Crowded and messy are the two words that could be used to describe Khao san road. Bars on both sides with street vendors selling bugs, kebabs/falafals, pad-thai at a cheap price. (Mind you it's very delicious!) Make sure your immune system is strong enough if you're a tourist from USA, UK or Europe.

    If you're a backpacker it's a great place to start your adventure in Thailand. Meet other folks and listen to their interesting travel story. If you want to meet up a girl - it's possible too. A great opportunity to meet expats, travelers and of course Thais. 

    Tattoo shops are on the side of the streets and believe me they can make you almost anything at a decent cost. You don't need a fancy shop for that. They will make you sit on a small chair on the side of the street and do it right there. Interesting huh! Well that's a great experience for tourists visiting Thailand for the first time. 

    Also, if you want a fake degree, license they can make all of it. They have an eye to detail in this department I would say. Many locals and expats in order to avoid the crap of making a Thai driving license (which could take many days) end up here and get it done in few hours. If you want to have a fake degree you can talk to them and they might as well quote you a good price for it. I wouldn't suggest that though.

    I've kept the best thing for the last -  beer is "Super Cheap". I mean really cheap. A big tower costs somewhere between $18 - $25. That's almost nothing as compared to the price you pay in those fancy discos and pubs in downtown sukhumvit or Thong lor. 

    A hookah costs somewhere around $6-$8 as well. It's flavored hookah and I'd suggest the mint flavor with awesome chilled beer diluted with ice-cubes. Khao san has endless number of hippie bars and a good place to meet people from around the world. It's a actually a good place start off your traveling expeditions in Thailand. You can get a fair bit idea of Thai lifestyle in Khaosan - the laid back Thai style, drinking beer in the streets, eating bugs, the carefree environment is something I like about khaosan. 

    I don't really remember the names of the bar that I go, however, the most famous one is "The Center" and "Silk Bar" - they're right opposite each other and fancy a decent crowd mostly travelers, tourists. There are other good bars as well, street bars, or shops on the other side as well as right next street. So, I'd recommend you to have couple of beers in different bars and meet up a lot of people. That's what I usually do!

    A great opportunity to meet girls, of course Thai girls, white girls (expats and backpackers). They're looking to meet new people and so are you - which creates a great chance of knowing about other cultures and their perspective of Thailand. 

    On the other hand, Khao san also has many restaurants especially Indian, two israeli restaurants (shoshana and another I forgot the name). Israeli food offers few things for vegetarians as well. Shoshana is in a small street right next to starbucks, and the other restaurant is about 50 meters down the street from starbucks and not inside the street but on the main street. 

    Many hostels are in Khao san road costing around $13 - $20, so you've to bunk with other backpackers - It depends though sometimes you'd be alone but sometimes you have to bunk with someone. 

    Well that's it for Khao san - If you've any other questions about Khao san just ask me in the comment section below. 

    Your Turn

    It's your turn to let us know if you enjoyed your trip to Khao san and what did you do there?

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    Wednesday, July 9, 2014

    Why Thailand is called "Land of Smiles"?

    Land of Smiles

    This question actually bugs me off sometimes when I think of "Why Thailand is called Land of Smiles". Why not Norway, Denmark, Qatar or Netherlands where people have a lot of money to enjoy and be happy. 

    Money can't buy you happiness - It's more about what and how you feel inside. These could be the reasons

    1. Maybe because Thais are happy people.
    2. Maybe because they smile when they don't know something. (That's cute sometimes)
    3. Maybe they're stupid. 

    If you ask a person in Thailand about something and they don't know the answer - "They smile" - I don't know if that smile is a reason to sneak away from the problem or it's a good way to respond to a question they don't know or it's simply stupid. If you're working as a Teacher in Thailand you'll come across lots of smiles. Students don't understand much English here and therefore smile.

    If you ask a Thai about this they will say:
    1. They're Buddhist.
    2. They're generally happy all the time.
    3. They don't think too much. (Mentally not very strong I'd say)
    Another possible reasons could be that Thais are generally not ambitious (If you're ambitious you tend to think a lot). Some people might find this to be a little "harsh" but there is truth in it to some extent. How many times have you met a "Thai" who says that he wants to do something great in his life. (I don't mean they are not intelligent but maybe that's how they're raised). They're raised in a very Buddhist style (Very simple).


    They believe in present and that's a great thing - It could be a good reason that they're happy. They don't plan a lot - yes we can again argue that middle class families do but lower class doesn't. Arguments could always be made and you definitely can't put that to use for everyone. 

    We can definitely argue for hours on this topic as it's quite a sensitive one but it's interesting to know from other people as well or from their experience with Thais. 

    NOTE: This is just my opinion about Thais you could have your own opinion and I'd love to hear that from you in the comment section. 

    Monday, July 7, 2014

    Living in Thailand

    Are you tired of paying your dues back home? Are you tired of the busy life you have been leading in your country? Then it’s the right time to move on in your life and come to Thailand.

    One of the best cities to live in Thailand is Bangkok, Chiangmai or Phuket. Other cities are Huahin, Koh Chang, Udon Thani, Ubon Ratchathani. Thailand has a diverse culture with South of Thailand influenced by the Malaysians, North Thailand influenced by Chinese but Bangkok is still on top of the list of a multi-cultural city very close to it is Chiangmai which has a lot of expats living nowadays.

    In the recent years many foreigners have decided to move to Bangkok because of employment opportunities, girlfriends, new lifestyle, travel and kick-boxing. There are as many reasons as the number of expats living here. If you plan to move to Thailand many questions could be haunting you as to how you could plan your budget. In this post we’ll talk about:

    1.         Minimum Salary in Bangkok
    2.         Saving Money
    3.         Food Price (Expensive, inexpensive and cheap restaurants)
    4.         Traveling in Thailand or South-east Asia.
    $2000 salary is considered fairly well in Bangkok with a huge possibility of saving money. You can eat in a fancy restaurant in downtown Bangkok (Thonglor for two people) for $100. These restaurants would be one of the most expensive ones in Thailand. The medium range restaurants could be between 250 baht – 1000 baht ($8 - $30). You can find cheap restaurants everywhere in Bangkok – street shops on every corner selling pad-thai or noodles for just $1.50 (maximum). You might get ripped off in the beginning if you don’t speak Thai but it happens occasionally.  

    So, what’s a good to go salary for an expat living in Thailand? A lot of people think that $1000 is quite a decent amount of money if you’re a beginner in Thailand minus the expensive restaurants that you’ll have to avoid. That’s the best part of Thailand that there’s a huge range of restaurants from the expensive $100 to $1.5 ones street shops. It's always fun and exciting to eat from the street shops, you get to know a lot more about Thai culture. 

    You can’t avoid nightlife in Thailand- it’s just everywhere and a bottle of beer costs from $3 in a beer garden to a maximum of $7 in a decent disco or a go – go bar. Beers in Go-Go bars are quite inexpensive comparing to the amount of fun you have watching the shows and drinking.

    If you're in small cities like Hua-hin prices are quite low there. A beer might cost less than Bangkok and food is quite cheap as compared to Bangkok. Hua-hin definitely is not the place where you can make a lot of money but it's a city on the coasts so that covers everything up. If you plan to live in a quite place close to the beach I would recommend Hua-Hin. 

    But if you plan to live in a place close to the mountains then Chiangmai, Chiangrai are the places to go. Lots of job opportunity in Chiangmai as many expats are moving to one of the coolest cities of Thailand. Enjoy elephant trekking, motorbikes rides on no traffic streets. There's no area of the city where you can't see the mountains. It's also a great place for Vegans as many Thai-Chinese restaurants are available, probably more than Bangkok as well. 

    It's a paradise for shopping especially girls. Girls can buy dresses at various markets at a price as cheap as $3 for a tank top. You would have to ignore the quality though but still it’s NOT BAD at all.
    If you’re on a low salary then it’s better to live in a Thai neighborhood which is comparatively cheaper than expat neighborhood. The bars, shops around Thai neighborhood is quite cheap which completely makes sense because Thais make less money than foreigners. 

    You can easily get a good apartment with a possibility of a good view for $200 in a Thai neighborhood but if you plan to live in an expat neighborhood you won’t get anything. Make sure you plan your budget accordingly. 

    Thailand has got almost everything but it at the end it all depends on your pocket and your trip. If you're planning just to travel South-East Asia then it makes more sense living within the Thai community and learning more about their culture and their simple lifestyle. On the other hand if you've a hefty budget where you can afford to spend more than $1000 on rent then living in downtown is definitely a great place to make some contacts with rich Thais and also expat community. 

    Also, a great thing about Thailand is that it's centrally located in South-east Asia. Travelling to the beautiful cities of Laos, Indonesia, and Burma is easy and doesn't cost a lot of money. You can take a bus to the border and go to Cambodia, Burma, Laos and a short flight to Indonesia is also a good option. 

    If you plan to live in Thailand - the best part is having a Thai girlfriend so that she can take you around different places of Thailand without you getting ripped and at the same time you having a great time as well. 

    Make sure you plan well about things like - House rent or Condo rent, Beer cost, Food Price in a restaurant or home cooked food. It's always good to plan beforehand and set a monthly budget before you get a job. Websites like Ajarn.com is quite a useful resource for foreigners working as Teachers in Thailand and doing quite well. They also have a forum where they discuss about various topics on Thailand. 

    Now it's your turn to decide and make a move out of your boring lifestyle and move to Thailand (land of smiles). If you have any questions or want to add anything apart from this you're most welcome to post it in the comment section.