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TImyT 005 – Giving Thanks on Thanksgiving in Thailand
Cha Am Thailand. There are many holidays and festivals celebrated in Thailand and some are even from Western countries. But Thanksgiving really isn’t one celebrated by Thai people. So I want to try out my Thanksgiving cooking skills on the Thai family. RetireCheap.Asia membership site - all the REAL life details you need to live in Thailand plus connect with other like-minded people at: http://goo.gl/M0nMT5 In this 5th episode of TImyT (This Is my Thailand) I also want to share a little bit of my feelings about being thankful. When living in Thailand you hear TIT a lot. It means, This Is Thailand! Well, TImyT, This is MY Thailand. These days you probably already know that it is cheap to live in Thailand. Many people have come behind me to do some great and not so great Vlogs. But it made me think. I still feel that I have an obligation to give you information that might help your journey to retirement in SE Asia a little bit smoother. But there is so much more to living in Thailand that I want to share now. So I hope you enjoy these small glimpses into MY Thailand! If I Had a Chicken - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0" http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ This video features the song “The Thanksgiving Prayer” by Johnny Cash - no copyright intended Please like or subscribe to this channel and you if can, link back to my website, I’d appreciate it. For more videos, books on retiring abroad and a Retirement Budget Calculator go check out http://retirecheap.asia

By : retirecheapjc     Added : 30 November 2016
TImyT 004 - A Supermoon and a Floating Basket
Cha Am Thailand. There are many holidays and festivals in Thailand and one of the favorites is Loy Krathong. Some Farang have difficulties with holidays when living in Thailand. RetireCheap.Asia membership site - all the REAL life details you need to live in Thailand plus connect with other like-minded people at: http://goo.gl/M0nMT5 In this 4th episode of TImyT (This Is my Thailand) I want to talk to you about the importance of participating in the Thai holidays if you are or plan on being in a relationship with a Thai person. When living in Thailand you hear TIT a lot. It means, This Is Thailand! Well, TImyT, This is MY Thailand. These days you probably already know that it is cheap to live in Thailand. Many people have come behind me to do some great and not so great Vlogs. But it made me think. I still feel that I have an obligation to give you information that might help your journey to retirement in SE Asia a little bit smoother. But there is so much more to living in Thailand that I want to share now. So I hope you enjoy these small glimpses into MY Thailand! Please like or subscribe to this channel and you if can, link back to my website, I’d appreciate it. For more videos, books on retiring abroad and a Retirement Budget Calculator go check out http://retirecheap.asia

By : retirecheapjc     Added : 23 November 2016
TImyT 003- Making New Friends in Thailand
Cha Am Thailand. Afraid of becoming a lonely Thai expat? Could you make new friends in Thailand and avoid loneliness? RetireCheap.Asia membership site - all the REAL life details you need to live in Thailand plus connect with other like-minded people at: http://goo.gl/M0nMT5 In this episode of TImyT I want to talk to you about making and keeping friends in Thailand. How easy is it to make friends? Can you make friends with Thai people? And I will also tell you a VERY important reason to make and keep friends here in Thailand as an expat. When living in Thailand you hear TIT a lot. It means, This Is Thailand! Well, TImyT, This is MY Thailand. This is the third episode of MY Thailand Vlogs. These days you probably already know that it is cheap to live in Thailand. Many people have come behind me to do some great and not so great Vlogs. But it made me think. I still feel that I have an obligation to give you information that might help your journey to retirement in SE Asia a little bit smoother. But there is so much more to living in Thailand that I want to share now. So I hope you enjoy these small glimpses into MY Thailand! Please like or subscribe to this channel and you if can, link back to my website, I’d appreciate it. For more videos, books on retiring abroad and a Retirement Budget Calculator go check out http://retirecheap.asia This video features the song Carefree by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0" http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

By : retirecheapjc     Added : 14 November 2016
TImyT 002- My Backstory and a Thai Buffalo
From Isaan Thailand. What is life like for a Thailand expat? Ever wonder what my life is like? RetireCheap.Asia membership site - all the REAL life details you need to live in Thailand plus connect with other like minded people at: http://goo.gl/M0nMT5 In this episode of TImyT I want to get you filled in and up to speed on my backstory of how I ended up where I am so going forward many questions about my life will have already been answered. When living in Thailand you hear TIT a lot. It means, This Is Thailand! Well, TImyT, This is MY Thailand. This is the second installment of MY Thailand Vlogs. These days you probably already know that it is cheap to live in Thailand. Many people have come behind me to do some great and not so great Vlogs. But it made me think. I still feel that I have an obligation to give you information that might help your journey to retirement in SE Asia a little bit smoother. But there is so much more to living in Thailand that I want to share now. So I hope you enjoy these small glimpses into MY Thailand! Please like or subscribe to this channel and you if can, link back to my website, I’d appreciate it. For more videos, books on retiring abroad and a Retirement Budget Calculator go check out http://retirecheap.asia

By : retirecheapjc     Added : 03 November 2016
TImyT 001- On the Day the King Died
On Oct. 13, 2016 we were off to Isaan, Thailand but the day ended on a sad note when we learned Thailand’s King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the world’s longest-reigning monarch had died. RetireCheap.Asia membership site - all the REAL life details you need to live in Thailand plus connect with other like minded people at: http://goo.gl/M0nMT5 When living in Thailand you hear TIT a lot. It means This Is Thailand! Well, TImyT, This is MY Thailand. This is the first installment of MY Thailand Vlogs. These days you probably already know that it is cheap to live in Thailand. Many people have come behind me to do some great and not so great Vlogs. But it made me think. I still feel that I have an obligation to give you information that might help your journey to retirement in SE Asia a little bit smoother. But there is so much more to living in Thailand that I want to share now. So I hope you enjoy these small glimpses into MY Thailand! Please like or subscribe to this channel and you if can, link back to my website, I’d appreciate it. For more videos, books on retiring abroad and a Retirement Budget Calculator go check out http://retirecheap.asia This video features the song “Days Are Long” by Silent Partner from the YouTube music library. Fretless - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0" http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

By : retirecheapjc     Added : 26 October 2016
Exciting Changes To Our RetireCheapJC Channel
Retiring in Thailand is getting a new look. RetireCheapJC is upping our game and adding a new twist. RetireCheap.Asia membership site - all the REAL life details you need to live in Thailand plus connect with other like minded people at: http://goo.gl/M0nMT5 If you have watched any of my videos or the multitude of Thailand Vlogs these days you probably already know that it is cheap to live in Thailand. Many people have come behind me to do some great and not so great Vlogs. But it made me think. I still feel that I have an obligation to give you information that might help your journey to retirement in SE Asia a little bit smoother. But there is so much more to living in Thailand that I want to share now. So watch for some exciting changes!! Please like or subscribe to this channel and you if can, link back to my website, I’d appreciate it. For more videos, books on retiring abroad and a Retirement Budget Calculator go check out http://retirecheap.asia

By : retirecheapjc     Added : 18 October 2016
A Very Sad Day for Thailand – The Passing of the King of Thailand
The royal palace confirmed this evening (Oct. 13) that Thailand’s King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the world’s longest-reigning monarch, died today. King Bhumibol Adulyadej was born in the US and raised in Switzerland. A great saxophone player and dog lover, King Bhumibol was adored by Thais, and was a symbol of unity for the country of Thailand and its people.

By : retirecheapjc     Added : 13 October 2016
JC Apologizes to Vietnam and Its People
I want to formally apologize to Vietnam and its people. When I first arrived to do a series of videos about cities in Vietnam where it might be good places to retire I was overwhelmed by the driving habits, the horn honking and the attitude of the older Vietnamese people. Our RetireCheap.Asia membership site - REAL life details you need to live in SE Asia / Thailand plus connect with other like-minded people at: http://goo.gl/M0nMT5 By contrast to where I live normally these issues were quite obtrusive and I made many comments throughout the series that might have been perceived as quite harsh. I feel these comments I made might be taken as a generalization of my feelings about Vietnam and it’s people so I made this video to not only apologize but to set the record straight as to my feelings about the country and its people. I sincerely enjoyed my time in Vietnam and grew to appreciate the people and its culture. But maybe work on that horn honking!!! Please become a friend or subscribe to this channel and you if can, link back to my website I’d appreciate it. For more videos, books on retiring abroad and a Retirement Budget Calculator go check out http://retirecheap.asia

By : retirecheapjc     Added : 01 October 2016
JC – Vietnam Pt 19 – Hanoi Cost of Living & Final Thoughts
What are the costs of living in Hanoi? Is Vietnam a good or bad place to live? Hopefully we answered these questions and more. Turns out a RIPper (Retiree in Paradise) living in Hanoi can get by on a Cat 1 budget with a decent lifestyle! We had a great time in Vietnam and we are wrapping up our trip in this episode. We really enjoyed experiencing Vietnam and getting to know its people. Our RetireCheap.Asia membership site - REAL life details you need to live in SE Asia / Thailand plus connect with other like-minded people at: http://goo.gl/M0nMT5 I feel we really got the sense of what it is like to live in Vietnam during our journey around the country. I know can finally answer the question, “what would life be like living in Vietnam as a retiree?” And the answer is “awesome”! And we never really felt like we were visiting a Communist while in Vietnam. So thank you for coming along with us on our journey and if you get the chance I suggest you check out Vietnam as a retirement destination. Just don’t drive while there! Hanoi (Vietnamese: Hà Nội), the capital of Vietnam, and also its second largest city, is a fascinating blend of East and West, combining traditional Sino-Vietnamese motifs with French flair. It is largely unscathed from the decades of war, and is now going through a building boom, making it a rapidly developing city in Southeast Asia. Hanoi has held the title of Vietnam's capital for more than a thousand years, through several invasions, occupations, restorations, and name changes. The Nguyen Dynasty gave the city its modern name of Ha Noi in 1831, but they had transferred power to Hue by then; it remained there until 1887, when the French made Saigon and then Hanoi the capital of all French Indochina. It changed hands again in 1954, when it was ceded to Ho Chi Minh and the Viet Minh after almost a decade of fighting, and it became the capital of North Vietnam; Saigon was the rival in South Vietnam. Upon reunification in 1976, it assumed that title for the entire country. The climate is tropical, with wet and hot weather much of the year. But due to the city's latitude, temperatures drop drastically in the wintertime and the wind chill and dampness means winter weather can feel cold. If possible, avoid the summer months of mid May to mid September, as the city turns into a sweltering sauna with little to no wind. Please become a friend or subscribe to this channel and you if can, link back to my website I’d appreciate it. For more videos, books on retiring abroad and a Retirement Budget Calculator go check out http://retirecheap.asia Music attribution: Local Forecast / Water Lily - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0" http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ This video features the song “Parasail” by Silent Partner from the YouTube music library.

By : retirecheapjc     Added : 26 September 2016
JC – Vietnam Pt 18 – Hanoi pt 2
We are still in Hanoi, Vietnam and we are checking out what the price of food is, and we take a short trip to the Hanoi Hilton (Hỏa Lò Prison). Come and see what Hanoi has as a place to retire to. Our RetireCheap.Asia membership site - REAL life details you need to live in SE Asia / Thailand plus connect with other like-minded people at: http://goo.gl/M0nMT5 Can a RIPper living in Hanoi get by on a Cat 1 budget with a decent lifestyle? We are still having a great time in Vietnam and we are really excited to explore Hanoi and we are getting to know its people better and loving what we are experiencing. So join us as we continue to cover what it is like to live in Vietnam. We will continue to contemplate the question, “what would life be like living in Vietnam as a retiree?” We will continue to see what the upsides and downsides are to living in a Communist country like Vietnam. Hanoi (Vietnamese: Hà Nội), the capital of Vietnam, and also its second largest city, is a fascinating blend of East and West, combining traditional Sino-Vietnamese motifs with French flair. It is largely unscathed from the decades of war, and is now going through a building boom, making it a rapidly developing city in Southeast Asia. Hanoi has held the title of Vietnam's capital for more than a thousand years, through several invasions, occupations, restorations, and name changes. The Nguyen Dynasty gave the city its modern name of Ha Noi in 1831, but they had transferred power to Hue by then; it remained there until 1887, when the French made Saigon and then Hanoi the capital of all French Indochina. It changed hands again in 1954, when it was ceded to Ho Chi Minh and the Viet Minh after almost a decade of fighting, and it became the capital of North Vietnam; Saigon was the rival in South Vietnam. Upon reunification in 1976, it assumed that title for the entire country. The climate is tropical, with wet and hot weather much of the year. But due to the city's latitude, temperatures drop drastically in the wintertime and the wind chill and dampness means winter weather can feel cold. If possible, avoid the summer months of mid May to mid September, as the city turns into a sweltering sauna with little to no wind. Please become a friend or subscribe to this channel and you if can, link back to my website I’d appreciate it. For more videos, books on retiring abroad and a Retirement Budget Calculator go check out http://retirecheap.asia Music attribution: Spellbound / Pixelland / Asian Drums - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0" http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

By : retirecheapjc     Added : 22 September 2016
JC – Vietnam Pt 17 - Hanoi pt1
We have arrived in Hanoi, Vietnam and we will see what Hanoi has as a place to retire to. Can a RIPper retiree living in Hanoi get by on a Cat 1 budget with a decent lifestyle in Hanoi? We are having a great time in Vietnam and we are really excited to explore Hanoi and get to know its people. Our RetireCheap.Asia membership site - REAL life details you need to live in SE Asia / Thailand plus connect with other like-minded people at: http://goo.gl/M0nMT5 So join us as we continue to cover what it is like to live in Vietnam. We will continue to contemplate the question, “what would life be like living in Vietnam as a retiree?” We will continue to see what the upsides and downsides are to living in a Communist country like Vietnam. Hanoi (Vietnamese: Hà Nội), the capital of Vietnam, and also its second largest city, is a fascinating blend of East and West, combining traditional Sino-Vietnamese motifs with French flair. It is largely unscathed from the decades of war, and is now going through a building boom, making it a rapidly developing city in Southeast Asia. Hanoi has held the title of Vietnam's capital for more than a thousand years, through several invasions, occupations, restorations, and name changes. The Nguyen Dynasty gave the city its modern name of Ha Noi in 1831, but they had transferred power to Hue by then; it remained there until 1887, when the French made Saigon and then Hanoi the capital of all French Indochina. It changed hands again in 1954, when it was ceded to Ho Chi Minh and the Viet Minh after almost a decade of fighting, and it became the capital of North Vietnam; Saigon was the rival in South Vietnam. Upon reunification in 1976, it assumed that title for the entire country. The climate is tropical, with wet and hot weather much of the year. But due to the city's latitude, temperatures drop drastically in the wintertime and the wind chill and dampness means winter weather can feel cold. If possible, avoid the summer months of mid May to mid September, as the city turns into a sweltering sauna with little to no wind. Please become a friend or subscribe to this channel and you if can, link back to my website I’d appreciate it. For more videos, books on retiring abroad and a Retirement Budget Calculator go check out http://retirecheap.asia Music attribution: The Voyage by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ Accidents Will Happen by Silent Partner Dub Zap by Gunnar Olsen

By : retirecheapjc     Added : 15 September 2016
JC – Vietnam Pt 16 – Hoi An pt 2 & Marble Mountain
We have returned to Hoi An, Vietnam and also explore Marble Mountain. We will continue to explore Hoi An as a place to retire to. We are having a great time in Vietnam and we are really appreciating our time in Hoi An and getting to know the Vietnam people better. Can a RIPper living in Hoi An get by on a Cat 1 budget with a a decent lifestyle? In this episode we will also explore neighboring Marble Mountain. So join us as we continue to cover what it is like to live in Vietnam. We will continue to contemplate the question, “what would life be like living in Vietnam as a retiree?” We will continue to see what the upsides and downsides are to living in a Communist country like Vietnam. Our RetireCheap.Asia membership site - REAL life details you need to live in SE Asia / Thailand plus connect with other like-minded people at: http://goo.gl/M0nMT5 Hội An is a city on Vietnam’s central coast known for its well-preserved Ancient Town, cut through with canals. The former port city’s melting-pot history is reflected in its architecture, a mix of eras and styles from wooden Chinese shophouses and temples to colorful French colonial buildings, ornate Vietnamese tube houses and the iconic Japanese Covered Bridge with its pagoda. Marble Mountains or the "five elements mountains" are a cluster of five marble and limestone hills located in Ngũ Hành Sơn District, south of Da Nang city in Vietnam. The five mountains are named after the five elements: Kim (metal), Thuy (water), Moc (wood), Hoa (fire) and Tho (earth). All of the mountains have cave entrances and numerous tunnels, and it is possible to climb to the summit of Mt. Thuy. Several Buddhist sanctuaries can also be found within the mountains, making this a famous tourist destination. The area is famous for stone sculpture making and stone-cutting crafts. Direct rock extraction from the mountains was banned recently. Materials are now being transported from quarries in Quảng Nam Province. Please become a friend or subscribe to this channel and you if can, link back to my website I’d appreciate it. For more videos, books on retiring abroad and a Retirement Budget Calculator go check out http://retirecheap.asia Bicycle / Tiger Dance / Chanter / Pixelland - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0" http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

By : retirecheapjc     Added : 08 September 2016
JC's Conversation with Teens in Hue Vietnam
We spent a few days in Hue, Vietnam and in this episode of our Vietnam adventure I want to show you just how friendly the younger generation is and how well the younger generation speak English. Quite a contrast from the older communist era grouchy generation. I think it is evident of what Vietnam’s future will be. This conversation was done on our last day in the once capital of Vietnam, Hue home of the old Imperial City and Citadel. As always we continue to contemplate the question, “what would life be like living in Vietnam as a retiree?” We will look to see what the upsides and downsides are to living in a Communist country like Vietnam. Connect with like-minded people - RetireCheap.Asia membership site - all the REAL life details you need to live in Thailand at: http://goo.gl/M0nMT5 Please LIKE and SUBSCRIBE to this channel. For more videos, books on retiring abroad and a Retirement Budget Calculator go check out http://retirecheap.asia

By : retirecheapjc     Added : 28 August 2016
JC’s Road Trip – Vietnam Pt 15 – Return to Hoi An pt 1
Green Coco Home Stay http://goo.gl/r21Qlb In this episode we have another installment close to Da Nang. We are returning to check out Hoi An, Vietnam. We are excited to go back and see if the infrastructure supports a RIPper living there and if a Cat 1 budget can get them by in a decent lifestyle. Check out our exclusive RetireCheap.Asia membership site - all the REAL life details you need to live in Thailand plus connect with other like-minded people at: http://goo.gl/M0nMT5 We are having a great time in a different SE Asian country than Thailand and we are more and more appreciating our time in Vietnam and getting to know its people. As I said, in this episode we take a train from Hue to Da Nang and a taxi from Da Nang to Hoi An. Hopefully we will get a real feel for life as a RIPper there. Also in this episode we stay in a great little homestay called Green Coco in Hoi An and have the pleasure to sit down and have a great conversation with it’s owner. So join us as we continue to cover what it is like to live in Vietnam. We will continue to contemplate the question, “what would life be like living in Vietnam as a retiree?” We will continue to see what the upsides and downsides are to living in a Communist country like Vietnam. Hội An is a city on Vietnam’s central coast known for its well-preserved Ancient Town, cut through with canals. The former port city’s melting-pot history is reflected in its architecture, a mix of eras and styles from wooden Chinese shophouses and temples to colorful French colonial buildings, ornate Vietnamese tube houses and the iconic Japanese Covered Bridge with its pagoda. Please become a friend or subscribe to this channel and you if can, link back to my website I’d appreciate it. For more videos, books on retiring abroad and a Retirement Budget Calculator go check out http://retirecheap.asia Bumba Crossing / War Drums of the Far East / The Miracle of Orange Chicken - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0" http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

By : retirecheapjc     Added : 25 August 2016
20,000 Subscribers! – Thank You!
Please LIKE and SUBSCRIBE to this channel. For more videos, books on retiring abroad and a Retirement Budget Calculator go check out http://retirecheap.asia Check out our exclusive RetireCheap.Asia membership site - all the REAL life details you need to live in Thailand plus connect with other like-minded people at: http://goo.gl/M0nMT5 Carefree - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0" http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

By : retirecheapjc     Added : 20 August 2016

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