Thailand - Man Heaven? Or Man Hell? It's really as the Thai say "Up To You". You'll see plenty of books on kindle talking about the visible sex trade in Thailand. When you mention Thailand to many people that's the first thing that springs to mind. I'm not a genius but I can guess if you are looking at this book the chances are you are interested in seeing for yourself. The book is not the assassination job that the headline may suggest - it was based upon interviews with people that work in the trade.
"Do not buy, garbage"
This bundle of three books warns of the dangers and common mistakes that people make when in Thailand. Essential listening for tourists, as the information contained can save you a fortune, as well as serious grief. For those who are considering relocating to Thailand or taking up with a Thai lady, the information is invaluable. It's better to know before you go.
"Sad but true."
This audiobook exposes the worst lie about Thailand, and goes on to detail many of the complications that retirees have in the Kingdom. At times it's not a pleasant listen, but there's plenty of expatriates who will tell you they wish they knew what they were getting themselves in for before they arrived in Thailand.
This book was made for the many decent guys who come to Thailand for whatever reason and find themselves ensnared in a nightmare. This book will save some of you guys a fortune - and it's going to stop you from falling into the traps that have caught up with so many guys before you. You decent guys don't deserve derision - you deserve to know what's going on around you. You need to know what to look out for and when to extricate yourself from a situation.
This audiobook is a list of the 50 most common scams in Thailand. Some are low level, and some will cost you a fortune. Unfortunately there are times the scams turn violent. Use this book as a handy fore warning of some of the most dangerous and expensive scams in Thailand.
Plenty of guys fly to Thailand every year, hoping to meet a good Thai lady to spend the rest of their life with. The vast majority fly home disappointed, and even among those that do manage to meet a nice lady, a high percentage see their dreams flounder. I will tell you why. I will tell you the greatest singular mistake that men make when dealing with Thai women. Then I will tell you the next biggest mistake that far too many men make.
We Westerners have an expectation of the police and the court system that you will not find in Thailand. It's a shock to the system, and applies to everyone that visits Thailand, male and female alike. Some of the advice may look like common sense to you, but you would be amazed at the number of people who lack it. Even more to the point, the number who leave their brains at the airport. Thailand: The Ten Cardinal Sins is a how-to guide to avoiding the most dangerous, stupid, and costly mistakes.
A searing short story about the brutal reality that underpins the lives of many Thai women. Nung had trod a well worn path into the sex pits of Pattaya, Thailand. Rescued from this life by her knight in shining armour, Nung's problems were only just beginning. It was becoming impossible for her to balance her dreams against the needs of her family. A problem made worse as she couldn't understand the deal.
Thailand is full of social misfits and malcontents that have moved there from the West in the hope of starting a new life. The one thing they can't leave behind when they move across the world is their personalities. A stunning lack of self-awareness is a common feature. The Bald Man is typical of many of this type. Follow his misadventures as he struggles to maintain his self-image. The Bald Man is a satirical short story which is a bit too close to the truth for many Thai expatriates.
The follow up to Thailand: The Ten Cardinal Sins, this book deals with additional mistakes that many people make in Thailand.
Life doesn't go smoothly for most of us, and Tom Wilson had his share of heartache. This is the story of a good man's battle against the demon drink - and his attempt to start a new life in Thailand. Tom thought he had found paradise - he forgot there's always a snake in paradise.
What was it like for an eight-year-old kid to hear his brother was drafted to the Vietnam War effort? Turned out that like many others, his brother spent the entire service period in Thailand. The letters home made an indelible mark on that young kid. Years later, he decided to retrace his brother's footsteps in Bangkok, Thailand, and found himself falling in love.