Not a good start to our Wednesday lunch date as the restaurant she chose was closed, so I chose Hachiban instead. Of course, after the first few mouthfuls, her disappointment dissipated. We’ve been trying to find ways to bring more specific content to our channel, but given the snowflake oversight on that platform, we now feel that new content should go to our membership and Patreons. I’m looking at exploring a couple of story arcs, so make sure you’re following us on Facebook or our Discord channel. Anyway, we take a wander around our local supermarket, and then we head home. I also give a quick tour of our home and neighbourhood now that we’ve been settled here for a year.
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Thailand can be really challenging for new ex-pats but certainly a lot easier when you remember these two tips.
If you choose to live in Thailand, you'll need to get used to the run-around lifestyle if you're not on a permanent holiday 😆
Today we stop off at a new restaurant north of Salaya for lunch