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Lets say i move to Thailand. Do i sell or keep furniture? Car etc.

 

What did you do?

 

What if it doesnt work out?

 

Im <deleted> scared about the future. 

 

 

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Been there, done that---both options.

 

Where are you now?

 

How much would storage be?

 

What kind of vehicle?

 

Anyone there to drive car once every month?

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1 minute ago, Reposed said:

Been there, done that---both options.

 

Where are you now?

 

How much would storage be?

 

What kind of vehicle?

 

Anyone there to drive car once every month?

Oz

Storage be $236 a month for car with stuff in it. Furniture dont know.

 

Im just so bored with life. Always wanted to live os.

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14 minutes ago, Reposed said:

Been there, done that---both options.

 

Where are you now?

 

How much would storage be?

 

What kind of vehicle?

 

Anyone there to drive car once every month?

Where do u live?

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Just now, Reposed said:

Not being nosy. If you can afford storage, go for it. Your vehicle should not sit for extended periods of time, however.

 

If storage price is an issue, you will likely regret selling everything. 

 

Try LOS out for a year, then decide. 

 

 

Flat battery. I had a car sit for 12 mths before.

 

I dont need furniture i think. Can sell it. Tools are useful.

 

Car rego costs though. Hard choice. 

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Come for 3 months.

 

You'll most certainly will enjoy it.

 

Don't bother bringing anything.

 

Sell it and buy what you need once you decide to move here permanently. 

 

You only live once. 

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2 minutes ago, Reposed said:

Been here 8 months. Came from Latin America, where I lived since 2002. Regret coming here now. Love the food, can't stand the language. A group of Thai woman sound like a murder of crows.

 

Probably go back to Mexico next year.

Between Mexico and Thailand.

 

I would pick Thailand.

 

But your from latin America so maybe that's why? 

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Just now, MrJ2U said:

I agree.

 

I personally prefer petite Thai women.

 

Latin America women tend have more robust features.

 

Either way it comes down to personal taste.  

 

I miss Mexican food! 

Yeah, lots of signs in Mexico: Curves Ahead. 

 

I like their fiery passion; unbridled and ready to ride. Just gotta know how to break 'em in, and learn to sleep on your stomach.

 

Thai women tend to be inhibited, and you still need to sleep on your stomach.

 

Your mileage may vary....

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3 minutes ago, Reposed said:

Yeah, lots of signs in Mexico: Curves Ahead. 

 

I like their fiery passion; unbridled and ready to ride. Just gotta know how to break 'em in, and learn to sleep on your stomach.

 

Thai women tend to be inhibited, and you still need to sleep on your stomach.

 

Your mileage may vary....

Married now with a family.

 

Enjoy your ride! 

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29 minutes ago, Reposed said:

Been here 8 months. Came from Latin America, where I lived since 2002. Regret coming here now. Love the food, can't stand the language. A group of Thai woman sound like a murder of crows.

 

Probably go back to Mexico next year.

Ive been 14 times

Just short trips

I speak ok thai

Im bored <deleted>less in oz

 

 

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41 minutes ago, MrJ2U said:

Between Mexico and Thailand.

 

I would pick Thailand.

 

But your from latin America so maybe that's why? 

Where do u live in Thailand?

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4598 posts you posted and now asking this question.........

 

really?

 

so you never been to thailand... stayed here long time... learned what you can do, what you cannot do... really!?

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1 minute ago, Sticky Rice Balls said:

left my car at a friends house--all my belongings inside

 

always come to LOS with a carry on bag---buy 2nd hand clothes i can leave behind

 

my thai buddy holds my motorbike

 

i live on needs..not wants...its just "stuff" in the end

 

u discover what u really need living out of a carry on bag

Thats my plan sort of. 

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Just now, problemfarang said:

4598 posts you posted and now asking this question.........

 

really?

 

so you never been to thailand... stayed here long time... learned what you can do, what you cannot do... really!?

14 short trips.

 

 

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Just now, Sparktrader said:

Thats my plan sort of. 

been doing it since 2008.....6 months here--go home--get money--come back

 

rinse--lather--repeat   tho been here since nov 2021 and going for another covid ext

 

 

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Just now, Sticky Rice Balls said:

been doing it since 2008.....6 months here--go home--get money--come back

 

rinse--lather--repeat   tho been here since nov 2021 and going for another covid ext

 

 

U get visas or fly in and out?

 

What work u do back home?

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Just now, Sparktrader said:

14 short trips.

 

 

ive crossed the world 24 times   DC to Bkk------ugh   12 over  12 back...one long a$$ haul

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1 minute ago, Sticky Rice Balls said:

ive crossed the world 24 times   DC to Bkk------ugh   12 over  12 back...one long a$$ haul

Where do live in thailand? Or move around?

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bought an old camry wagon i tinted out and put a bed inside--did some delivery work and used a 24 gym to shower......saved on rent--slept well

 

house sit a few months at a farm house and take care of 4 acres..lets me park my car there and free rent...was a airbnb i rented monthly and bartered a deal as owners traveled

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