What's the difference between living in Thailand and the U.S.?
Haunty, a daunting request. Let me put it together in my head first and I'll give it a shot. Today thecountry is so modernized and Americanized its very different than when I lived there but culturally the people and customs remain pretty much the same. Look for it
I would definitely say food, The food in Thailand is a lot testier and delicate.
* They speak different languages.
* They practice a different religion.
* Quality of living standards differ.
* Wages differ greatly between the US and Thailand.
* Thailand is a smaller country.
* The food is different.
Female ammenities and pleasures are much less expensive.
Shampoo and style hair: 100 baht (US $3.50) includes tip
Manicure and pedicure: 200 baht (US$ 7.00) with tip
Oil massage for one hour: 450 baht (US$14.60) with tip
Thai massages are even less
The list goes on and on: foot peels, facials, cosmetic changes and morei
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