Scott Coates lived in Thailand for quite some time. Here he talks about why he moved to Thailand, what's appealing about the country, what he learned from living in Thailand, things that he will miss, things that you can find only in Thailand, when you know you have become a local, and what he would do differently if he were to move to Thailand today.
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