Cha Am Thailand. There are many holidays and festivals celebrated in Thailand and some are even from Western countries. But Thanksgiving really isn’t one celebrated by Thai people. So I want to try out my Thanksgiving cooking skills on the Thai family.
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In this 5th episode of TImyT (This Is my Thailand) I also want to share a little bit of my feelings about being thankful.
When living in Thailand you hear TIT a lot. It means, This Is Thailand! Well, TImyT, This is MY Thailand. These days you probably already know that it is cheap to live in Thailand. Many people have come behind me to do some great and not so great Vlogs. But it made me think. I still feel that I have an obligation to give you information that might help your journey to retirement in SE Asia a little bit smoother. But there is so much more to living in Thailand that I want to share now. So I hope you enjoy these small glimpses into MY Thailand!
If I Had a Chicken – Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons “Attribution 3.0” http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
This video features the song “The Thanksgiving Prayer” by Johnny Cash – no copyright intended
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