A Ladyboys Life is Bitter Sweet

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  1. David Have followed your growing videos and gained useful knowledge I am in the process of setting up home with a ladyboy in Thailand On the bitter sweet side yes agree with much of your comments but have some observations having travelled much Thailand is not the only country that charges more for foreigners at tourist sites – if that is the right phrase to use It is common in many other countries Also in many other countries foreigners suffer in similar ways as you suggest here I have been an expat in several countries and it is something one just has to accept if you are not living in your home country It is not just typical of Thailand Keep up the good work though

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    • Hi Chris,
      It is something one has to live with as you say.
      Good luck with your romantic arrangements. Let me know about you both, I would be interested to know more . . .

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      • David
        Happy to give you our story but prefer to do it not on the site So if you have an email address I can write to I can give you the whole story as it has so far taken 3 years to get to where we are Hopefully my email address is available to you in the form I fill in

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  2. HA! smart one, I never would have watched a vid called “a soft rant about racism in the UK, Brexit and dual pricing in Thailand”. 😛 very clever Now I’ll head over to Annie in the UK and hope for the best. 🙂

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    • Ha Ha . . . .yes, I wouldn’t watch it either!

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  3. David

    This video have me asking you a very personal question. Before, I even want to take this journey; you brought up the word racism. Let me ask you to be very frank with me. How would an expat who is African-American and uses a wheelchair. Like you said with violence, and crime I would need to always be safe. What will be the difficulty for me to be armed in my condition

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    • Hi Joseph,

      It’s illegal to carry arms in Thailand so that’s a non starter but I think anyway that you will not be in too dangerous a position as long as you stick to areas where there are lots of people.

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