Category: Blog

07 Oct


A Family in Motion

  LIVING IN THAILAND: UPDATES ON CURRENT EVENTS AND MORE Military coup Thailand: It’s been a few months since our last blog post, which was published only a couple days prior to the announcement of the military coup.  In the following months, a lot has seemed to change within the government, while at the same […]

13 Jan

Mai Bpen Rai – Living In Thailand

Foreigners living in Thailand

As I drive around Hua Hin, Bangkok, and other areas in Thailand, I see so many Westerners going about their daily lives, trying to complete mundane tasks or every day chores. It makes me wonder, “why do these individuals choose to live here?” Thailand and, for the most part, most of Asia is so completely foreign to the USA and Europe that it makes me wonder how a family like ours can be so content living in a land where we don’t speak the language fluently or understand the culture on a fundamental level.

20 May

Moving To Thailand: The Annual Drought & Granny’s Visit

A Family In Motion | The Grandmothers | Moving To Thailand

I spend a lot of time these days thinking about water. Water that I always took for granted until it was no longer there.

24 Mar

Why Thailand?

A man taking a break on the Klong in Thailand

So why did we choose Thailand over other wonderful places we’ve been before (Southern France; Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; Rio de Janeiro; Spain) or somewhere interesting we’ve never been? The reason is simple: I’m half Thai and was born in Bangkok. Once a citizen there, I will legally be able to own land and start a business in Thailand. While I definitely love France and Saudi Arabia (have lived in both countries), I can’t own land or operate a business without being a full citizen in either place. (My friend Robin is a dual citizen with EU status…lucky her. Speaking of, check out her awesome foodie blog – A Chow Life.)

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