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Posted on Thursday, October 28, 2010

Retire in Thailand


A 62 year old guy leaves his nagging wife to retire in Thailand. He can stretch his dollar to vastly build himself a new life and even meets his new , devoted and beautiful 27 your old Thai girlfriend.


This is just one example that Martin Hurley describes in his book "Your Thai Girl" that he recently is giving away for free, kind of: he charges a $4.95 'trial out fee' and challenges you to come and retire in Thailand with him.


Just that Martin is not even half the age of 62, but thanks to his knowledge of Thailand, he lives there from a salary that involves doing little to nothing. Of course his wisdom comes from his Thai wife, as without an insider in Thailand, retirement is not as easy as it sounds.


When you did some research about retiring in Asia, I am sure you heard about the Malaysia My Second Home visa: a multi entrance visa that attracts retirees to Malaysia. However, once they arrive, they notice that the visa is extremely overprized and doesn't give them any real benefits.


So why not go and retire in neighbor country Thailand? You won't be annoyed by mosques calling for prayers, especially around 5.30 in the morning when every retiree deserves a good night rest.


In case you need a girlfriend to retire in Thailand: pick your pick for free at Asian Online Dating and make sure you invest $4.95 in Martin Hurley's guide to Thailand: Your Thai Girl.

Posted on Friday, October 08, 2010

Cameron Highlands Malaysia


Enjoy the cool remnants of oldest rainforest in Cameron Highlands Malaysia. Just hurry, because Malaysia is not doing anything to make sure its rainforest last another 100 years.


We did a jungle walk today nearby the Cameron Highlands Resort in Malaysia's oldest rainforest. First and foremost: coming out of the forest, you can feel the heat rising with more than 5 degrees and you start sweating fast. Inside the rainforest, it's all cool, even carrying a backpack didn't make me sweat.


The poisonous viper in the above picture was rescued by our guide who resides in the Cameron Highlands Resort and will be released again in the jungle of Cameron Highlands Malaysia once it grows stronger.


I am in the midst of making a small website about all things to do in Cameron Highlands Malaysia, so go and have a look there for more info about hotels, activities and restaurants.