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  1. Jasen Wright

    I travelled with my pal a few years ago to a village just north of Roi-et. The place was very poor. Look like most of the young kids not educated at all. Big respect paid here to anyone in uniform. Sadly a lot of very young mothers, probably destined for the bars of Bangkok or Pattaya–new stock on the way? A legion of hopefuls! I got sick on the food as much of it wasn't too fresh–lack of refrigerators ? Happy to leave and drive back down to Rayong. Boring?–Yes it was! Two days max for me then away! Earlier this year I passed by but didn't stop. I carried on to Mukdahan. The place was very quiet due to Covid and a lot of poverty! The river across to Laos was very low due to upstream damming! Sad to see a lot of very poor folk when you drive around the north! I took in Kalasin, Nong Khai and Kon Khaen along the trip. headed up towards Vientiane Laos border but far too much roadworks going on!~Keep Buzzin!

  2. Darran Parker

    My ex wife's family had a rice field and some cattle and pigs. I tell you what, fresh rice and meat, wow you can't beat the taste. Amazing

  3. Darran Parker

    Great video, the village looks nice. I went to Surin, and it was beautiful, so peaceful and relaxing. Only spoilt by local police who we had to keep avoiding bcos they'd look to make a few baht off the felang

  4. Scott John Chicken

    Good video. The village looks nice. My wife comes from a place called Non Kai, its about an hour and a half from Buri Ram. I've done trips there many times, short holidays, weddings and funerals. The funerals are insane. They go one for days. The whole village turns up, some to grieve, some to watch and others to eat, drink and play cards. The Monks and chants just go on and on. Any event in the village is a big event.
    Personally, there are few things I struggle with in the village:
    Boredom – there is nothing to do apart from go for walks and drink too much beer.
    Food – I'm not a fan of Issan food and you get invited to eat about once every hour and they don't really like it when you don't sit down crossed legged and join them.
    Old Family Friends – These are the people who will try with tap your wife and ask her for 300B for this or 500 B for that. Just tell your wife the answer is NO before you even get in the car to go there.
    Language – Even if you do speak a bit of Thai, it's not going to help you up there. They speak about 100 miles an hour in a different dialect, Issan.
    Gossip- Say no more.
    Farang – This is the best one. The best response if you're called a farang is to call yourself a 'bax – see – daa' . Issan talk for farang, It always gets a laugh. ; 'Mai chai farang, pom bax- see – da'.

    But as an aging Baxseedaa, I'll never rule the move out.

  5. Rusty Graves

    One very important thing to those who intend to live out in the Provinces which I have witnessed a few times and it doesn’t end well.
    You CAN’T go touching the women up like you can in Pattaya.

  6. ROCCO HAGEDORN

    Loved the video. That’s how I imagined Thailand before the white man came and messed it all up. It proves once again that money only creates greed, it drives people apart and brings out the worse in people.
    Enough said !
    I wish you would show us more of this world.

  7. colin Hart

    The advise I would give to any newbie going to the village is find a hotel first, because 9/10 you are not going to want to stay in mums house.

  8. Swim in that holy jesus its a culture shock alright wow.
    I love these kind of videos though very educational we from the west truly are lucky and privileged.

  9. Anthony Dowling

    I liked PhiMai (sp ?) ,the small town in the Korat area ,with the ancient ruins .Like Ayuthea but smaller .

  10. Raoul Perez

    Trevor, that poor dog, she doesn't look like she should have any more pups, any chance of having her spayed after this litter? could you find out the cost I'll cover it 🙏🏽

  11. I’ve done it twice for only about 5 days at a time. The home cooking was great, bbq and beers. Using a bowl to scoop cold rainwater out of the barrel for a shower. I bought chew sticks for the dogs they followed me everywhere lol.
    Managed to visit Udon Thani and Nong Khai paid a guy in the village to drive us around.

  12. David Smith

    I also love the Thai real life I’ve been to visit my Thailand gf family at ubon ratchani everything’s so real the way I like it,won’t get that back home in uk, hope one day I can live in Thailand 🇹🇭

  13. petebeckham

    Great vid ! Not much different to my experience in the Philippines. In the wife's village there's no a building above 2 stories, and less than 200 yards away on the outskirts people live in wooden thatched huts with just one electric bulb connected to a car battery!.
    What shocks me is seeing my Mrs transform from a professional woman, her hair all done up, with her nice clothes, expensive shoes and make up into a village girl with such ease, which is back into shorts, T shirt and flip flops, eating with her fingers, no make up and hair held up with a plastic clip. I love the rural lifestyle, but it is essential to have a grasp of the language, otherwise life is very boring, but if you use the time being bored to learn the language, it kills 2 birds with one stone. Also the food is much better, always fresh cooked, fresh caught and delicious.

    Not sure if it is the same, but everyone in my wife's village is in bed by 9 – 9:30 pm, nothing much happens after that, total darkness (and some great views of the night sky), then at 05:00 onwards people wake up and breakfast is usually around 06:00, as it's a fishing village it also depends upon the time the boats return in when there is any kind of action.

    It is great for a rest, but like yourself mate, it's not long before the bright lights of the city beckon me to come back. Same for the Mrs really, village life is OK but she misses her spa treatments, massages and retail therapy!.

  14. patnya bangkok

    so true in everything you mentioned, my first time going up to the jungle with my long time thai g/f who was living in london with me was to meet her family, her brother ran a small shop and when i was in there, i noticed the same people and kids kept coming back in every 5 to 10 minutes and pointing and laughing, it was because they had never seen a falang.
    since then i have stayed with many other girls at the family home up north and north east, i find its ok for a week or so, but then i need to get back to some action in a city,
    another thing i find in the village is when its dark the roads are so dangerous as no street lights or road markings, i was driving and came across a junction , i asked who has right of way ? she didnt understand and said just drive lol, you have to be careful as sometimes there are large animals just standing in the road with no lights on or would be barry sheens on scooters flying round the corner.
    by the way do you speak thai ?

  15. Mate ,what i wouldn't give to swap my life for your's …''when it happens it happens '' Id happily give up all mod cons to live with lovely people ..But learning their lingo is 100 % important ..Ask Chuck 🤷‍♂️Thanks for sharing some of your home life mate 👏The times iv'e been sat on my hotel balcony overlooking the Thai homes and thinking ..how lovely ☺

  16. brettchun38

    YouTube censorship, have to say another way, i didn't think you where married or serious rs i thought you where a dedicated freelancer ist i prefer the other way of saying it 😆

  17. Jeff Webster

    my girlfriend left the lights of Pattaya and has set up a successful fruit and veg business in her home town, Sa keo. She keeps asking me to live there and help her with the business.

    …..I don't think id last 5 minutes in the middle of nowhere, …Most likely be a bit bored after a few weeks, or have a heart attack when encountering the local wildlife….On the flip side, your village looks nice, and im sure it would be great to escape all the covid fearmongering for a bit.

  18. Peter Asquith

    When I stay in the village in korat I always spend a few days in the city mainly in the check in bar or George and dragon or the sports bar all near the old bus station

  19. Hardened Gambler

    Occasionally living in village near Udon Thani. I pretty much like it, its quiet and life just goes on nicely if you have everything there what you need. All i need in village life is my gf, internet and normal daily devices. You can always go to Patts, BKK or other place for holiday when you want or need to and then go back to your "home" after you are done.

    Could go back already to Thailand with guarantine, but ill think i pass that and work in my home country for a while before heading back. Too much to hustle with that this and that paper and document naah.. Oh man i would like to be there right now!

  20. Living, Cheap, Simple, Lifestyle.

    Lived in several Thai villages near Buriram what amazed me was they all had a local brothel normally disguised as a restaurant from out side. I took my Thai wife one time to eat she went crazy when I drove in now I know it was not food you payed to eat in that place. 250 Baht for locals and yes Farang 500 Baht a ride for rumpy pumpy. Your cat will not be about long the locals eat cats that's why you rarely see them. A van full of caged dogs use to visit our village the dogs where sold for meat to eat by the local Thais. Believe me buying sausages in these villages its rarely pork your eating for sure. Day starts 4 am with noisy nabours and Cockerals crowing. Imagine living in he'll and that's Thai village life.

  21. Your village is nice compared to where my gf comes from. She was very nervous to take me there as I think she was embarrassed, I was well prepared and to be honest I liked it. Her house was in a right mess and she wouldn't let me inside. It has since had to be pulled down and they've made a dwelling out of mostly the roof materials. We have been saving for the last year and recently work has started on a new house which is basically a thai girls dream come true to help build a new home for her parents and daughter. She is currently in quarantine and hopefully going home to supervise the building next Wednesday.

  22. Rob Sar Droning

    Wow it really is another world, how expensive is it to live in the villages ?, I think having no bars would be hard for me to get used to it 🤣🤣. But it just looks so relaxing and stress free and that my friend is a big plus for me.

  23. The Master

    A man after my own heart. My favourite parts of Thailand are outside the tourist areas, and far, far away from other foreigners…

  24. Fraser Payne

    Very funny been to a couple of provinces in the phillipines probably the same in some ways happy people that's all they know

  25. I went with a bird to Laos in 2010,it was ok for a week but i could never live there.I agree about splashing the cash – it was my birthday and her family invited the whole village for a party and let muggings pay for it,to be honest if i was in Pattaya i would have spent more

  26. Jolie English

    Indeed what a tranquil and lovely comparison to Pattaya. loved the quaint old fashioned looking Cosmate department store, thank you so much for sharing.

  27. Jimmyboy's Movies

    Excellent vlog , it’s like chalk and cheese the difference is massive from Pattaya craziness to tranquil peaceful small village . That’s a great way to live .👏👏👏👏 love it

  28. interesting , thanks, you seem to do the most informative videos, can you state compared to living in pattaya, how much less economically is the living costs in the jungle, maybe roughly percentage wise ?have you wifi–phone signal ?

  29. brilliant …i have been too village…nackhon sawan….i lasted 3 days…and decided we drive too pattaya…5 hours drive …but worth it…village life not for me….i want comfort…from the jungle….too dhusit thani,,pattaya….not much difference…555

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