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    Do You Support Your Thai In-Laws?

    By Anonymous, Created on: 02/03/2006, Last updated on: 14/02/2007

    ยป In Thailand, children take care of their parents. They kind of pay back the debt that they contracted just by being born and educated by their parents. And contrary to "popular" belief, it is valid whether you are rich or poor (but of course far more meaningful if the parents are poor...)....

    • Anonymous commented : Tampa is not my ideal place. I live there because of my husband workplace. The weather in summer (hot & humid) is so close to TL.. The temperature would be in the middle 90 F for five months. From June - November we face the hurricane season. The best months are Dec.- Mar. where it has sunny -dry-cool days. During winter, Florida draws drove of thousands of folks from up north states NY, Michigan, MASS etc . They go back to their home state just before spring arrives. Phetchaburi got my vote on the varieties of fruits. Is this the place that is well known for "kanom-mor-gang" ( egg & coconut milk baked custard) ? If "yes" then it would be double blessing for me it I call Phetchaburi my home. What I intend to do when I go to TL for my retirement. I'll going places where you kindly mentioned in this post. Top on the list are Phetchaburi, Ranong, Korat and Roi-Et ( even though you said the weather is too dry or too hot). I'll give it a try. I'll grade according to my likeness. At the end, which town got the most points would surly become my retirement Shangri-La . Khun Rooster, All not gone without saying my gratitude and appreciation

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