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This is an area in which I am 100% inexperienced to be making comment. And that being so, I’ll just do what you could do — cite some references to the topic that are carried elsewhere.

Until working on this post, I had never heard of this forum, but it contained a very brief thread called Udon Thani seems to be pumping that was opened up in 2006.

Now, of course, I’ve been taking for granted that anyone reading this post knows what it’s about! But that may not be so…although by reading the references, it should soon enough dawn on just about anyone.

For anyone who needs it a little more clearly spelled out, please read this article in ThailandVisa.com that opens with the question: Who doesn’t like a good massage?

Another description can be found in this blog entry entitled Soapy Massage Is A Special Service In Thailand.

Some of the Thailand forums do definitely have discussions about this sort of activity. However, I think you’ll find that the discussions are filed in private areas of the forums where you would have to be a forum member of reasonably good standing in order to gain access.

Other than saying that, I’m afraid that you’re on your own with this one!

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I am a Canadian retiree, married to an Isaan (Thailand) lady whom I met in Udon Thani City in January 2003. We married in late May 2005. And she has been with me here in Canada since May 2006. Her two sons joined us in September 2008. Ever since that first visit to Thailand in 2003, my dream has been to somehow spend most of my retired life over there with her, but the financial reality of my retired life is not making that possible. It will take a miracle to get this dream to come true.


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