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On this episode, we discuss the little things we love about Bangkok, as well as the little things we miss about where we’re from. Plus Evo’s recent trip to Siem Reap and the concept of farang “embarassadors”.

Evo spent a week in Siem Reap and completely loved it. Greg agrees that it’s likely the most amazing destination in SE Asia — possibly the world — for those interested in archaeology. Color us impressed, ancient Khmer people!

The main topic of the show: It’s the little things. No, not a Royale with Cheese, but the little things we miss about where we’re from, now that we live in The Land Of Smiles that is Thailand. Not to spoil everything from the episode completely, but here’s the list of things we miss:

  • Clothes dryers
  • Psychological weather cues
  • Easy access to drugs
  • Easy access to my money

But the reverse is true, and there are little things about living in Bangkok that we’re going to miss should we ever leave The Big Mango. Again, you’ll have to listen for the full details why we’re really liking:

  • Pain-free condo moving
  • Rules bent cheaply
  • Instant, ubiquitous transport options
  • Space not at a premium

If that doesn’t make perfect sense, just listen. You’ll get it it. And then you’ll know why we love this place. Speaking of that…

Love, Loathe, or Leave?

First, heck yes! Let’s keep the #loveloatheorleave hashtag going! Drop one on any social media property. We’ll probably see it. Kinda like the shirtless farang. The clueless, class-less, totally-missing-the-point of living in Bangkok idiot who isn’t wearing a shirt. Guess where they fall on our #loveloatheorleave scale. Listen in to find out some surprising facts about how the law can get involved if you choose to go topless, fellas.

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See you next time on The Bangkok Podcast!