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Thailand

Discussion in 'My Optimal Journal' started by Matt Mckay, Dec 3, 2019.

  1. Matt Mckay

    Matt Mckay New Member

    Hi all, if the sun is the greatest healer, would living in Thailand be much better than living in England ?

    I have the opportunity to live there for 3/5 months a year, but it would be in a apartment, I know it's heavily populated & as someone who is sensitive to EMF is moving for the sun worth it, somewhere in chaing Mai ?

    If I do this there is the opportunity in a couple years to move up into the hills a little more away from the busy areas in Chaing Mai, which I'm sure would be even better. Any info/advice would be appreciated
     
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  2. Michalis

    Michalis New Member

    Hell yes..
    But eventually you need to find a less populated area, I would not live in BKK though.. no fucking way...too much emf and super polluted.. if you can get closer to nature you must be fine... you will notice, in many 7-11, just outside they got WiFi repeaters-access points...it is everywhere..
    Word of caution though. Chiang mai is a digital nomad hotspot right now.. it is full of western Devs and marketers and online blogger/copyrighters...
     
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  3. Michalis

    Michalis New Member

    Ah, the ladies are lovely too.
     
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  4. Matt Mckay

    Matt Mckay New Member

    Thanks for the reply mate. I'm looking for a less populated place, but as I'm not just moving there full time I have no transport, so I need to be within ..... LONG... walking distance of everything I need.
     
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  5. Michalis

    Michalis New Member

    Renting a scooter long term work out really cheap over there. You could probably negotiate 150 Baht per day. Otherwise they charge 200/250. But that's Phuket which is more expensive.
     
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