Hello, I'm Rovie, UK's Expat Now Living in Thailand!
Born in UK…
The English lifestyle is one with its own peculiarities and fun. Regardless of this, variety remains the spice of life. There are numerous other places an English person can have a good time that he can write home about. One of such awesome places in none other than Thailand. Thailand gives you the chance to explore eastern culture and broaden your horizons.
Thailand has contributed a lot to my life, as much as it is where I met my present husband. He is also a British expat and we have had a fulfilling marriage over several years. He has also given me his full support in running this blog. He also helps in other ways, like taking pictures, doing research for me and so much more. I doubt this blog would be what it is today without his contribution.
…Living in Thailand
Thailand is a very beautiful place waiting to be enjoyed by you. The country is a tropical one with a constitutional monarchy. Thais respect their monarchs a lot and would not take any insult to the king or the royal family.
Thailand is a traveler’s paradise. You can take a hike up the hills if you feel up to it; you could also enjoy your fill from the numerous Thai restaurants. If you really crave western food, then you are free to peruse the numerous western restaurants in Thailand.
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What’s popular in society of Thailand right now? It’s land of wonder and you can see and experience a lot of crazy things you didn’t believe in the past. I will try to present you some of the latest projects that touched Thai people (and of course are popular in their mass culture!)
Perps Caught – project that originate from the USA, but been very well accepted in the LGBT community of Thai people. It’s fantasy website with one purpose – to show you in very grahpic way what happens to young males who try to steal from retails shops. As you might know or not, shoplifting is very big thing in Thailand and this website pictures a big fantasy. You can visit it here.
Thinking About Moving To Thailand And Have Questions?
If you have any questions you would like to ask me, feel free to use the contact form. I would love to hear from you and I will do my best to respond within 48 hours.