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Mudbone
post May 20 2012, 10:11 PM
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You live only one life, why not make it as adventurous as possible? If I could manage to secure an Internet based job, I would pack up, move to Thailand, and live in a Muay Thai training facility.

I got this idea from someone who has done it. He said it was one of the best experiences of his life. He lived there for 6 months and trained for about 5 hours a day. While he was there, there were other people there from all around the world training. Men and women, young and old. Many of them had Internet based jobs, and spent all their free time training and enjoying life on the beach. Its pretty cheap as well. Your living expenses will be less than what you pay living anywhere in the US or Western Europe. Sounds like a pretty nice life to me biggrin.gif

Here are a few places that offer training and accommodation packages. If any of you decide to do it, please share pictures and your experiences!

http://www.sinbi-muaythai.com/

http://www.muaythaitrainingthailand.com/
- Check out the videos in "Around The Camp"

http://www.rawaimuaythai.com/

Plus theres plenty more places you can find with a quick Google search
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post May 20 2012, 11:25 PM
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Post some pix when you get there! smile.gif And best of luck with your training!


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post May 21 2012, 12:11 AM
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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ May 20 2012, 06:25 PM) *
Post some pix when you get there! smile.gif And best of luck with your training!


If it was only so easy sad.gif I need to secure an internet based job or just save up a bunch of money. If I ever do though, I'll let you guys know!


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post May 21 2012, 03:00 AM
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I have been to Thailand, Its an amazing place. smile.gif


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post May 21 2012, 03:16 AM
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QUOTE (maharzan @ May 20 2012, 10:00 PM) *
I have been to Thailand, Its an amazing place. smile.gif


You're just making it worse Chandra! Now I want to go there even more! laugh.gif


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post May 21 2012, 04:35 AM
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HaHa, there are so many awesome beaches. I think most of the best beaches in the world are in Thailand (Lonely Planet), just like most of the top mountains are in Nepal. biggrin.gif I saw a beach for the first time but if you are single, you can't get more bitches anywhere than in Thailand. wink.gif SO I HEARD!! smile.gif smile.gif


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post May 21 2012, 04:38 AM
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QUOTE (maharzan @ May 20 2012, 11:35 PM) *
HaHa, there are so many awesome beaches. I think most of the best beaches in the world are in Thailand (Lonely Planet), just like most of the top mountains are in Nepal. biggrin.gif I saw a beach for the first time but if you are single, you can't get more bitches anywhere than in Thailand. wink.gif SO I HEARD!! smile.gif smile.gif


You're killing me man! hahaha laugh.gif


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post May 21 2012, 05:02 AM
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QUOTE (Mudbone @ May 20 2012, 09:11 PM) *
You live only one life, why not make it as adventurous as possible? If I could manage to secure an Internet based job, I would pack up, move to Thailand, and live in a Muay Thai training facility.

I got this idea from someone who has done it. He said it was one of the best experiences of his life. He lived there for 6 months and trained for about 5 hours a day. While he was there, there were other people there from all around the world training. Men and women, young and old. Many of them had Internet based jobs, and spent all their free time training and enjoying life on the beach. Its pretty cheap as well. Your living expenses will be less than what you pay living anywhere in the US or Western Europe. Sounds like a pretty nice life to me biggrin.gif

Here are a few places that offer training and accommodation packages. If any of you decide to do it, please share pictures and your experiences!

http://www.sinbi-muaythai.com/

http://www.muaythaitrainingthailand.com/
- Check out the videos in "Around The Camp"

http://www.rawaimuaythai.com/

Plus theres plenty more places you can find with a quick Google search
Muay Thai Training Camps In Thailand

The bass player I am working with lives in Thailand and he likes it a lot! He comes to tour once a year and seems very happy!


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post May 21 2012, 09:50 AM
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That does look pretty awesome !! And a beautiful island too.

Only thing I'd be worried about is getting injured and not being able to get good hospital treatment being a foreigner. I dunno how these things work.. insurance ???

I'd be up for it though.. hey, let's see if we're both in the position to do it one day and we'll go together ! wink.gif


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post May 21 2012, 05:03 PM
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QUOTE (Ben Higgins @ May 21 2012, 04:50 AM) *
That does look pretty awesome !! And a beautiful island too.

Only thing I'd be worried about is getting injured and not being able to get good hospital treatment being a foreigner. I dunno how these things work.. insurance ???

I'd be up for it though.. hey, let's see if we're both in the position to do it one day and we'll go together ! wink.gif


Hell yeah Ben! I'm sure we'd have a great time and have a lot of stories to tell.

The doctors there will probably be able to treat almost any injury you can get from training in Muay Thai. Millions of western tourists go to Thailand every year, so there has to be medical facilities that cater to these people. But I would doubt it if they have highly advanced treatments for complex health problems. This is just speculation of course wink.gif


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post May 21 2012, 05:42 PM
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QUOTE (Mudbone @ May 20 2012, 06:11 PM) *
You live only one life, why not make it as adventurous as possible? If I could manage to secure an Internet based job, I would pack up, move to Thailand, and live in a Muay Thai training facility.

I got this idea from someone who has done it. He said it was one of the best experiences of his life. He lived there for 6 months and trained for about 5 hours a day. While he was there, there were other people there from all around the world training. Men and women, young and old. Many of them had Internet based jobs, and spent all their free time training and enjoying life on the beach. Its pretty cheap as well. Your living expenses will be less than what you pay living anywhere in the US or Western Europe. Sounds like a pretty nice life to me biggrin.gif

Here are a few places that offer training and accommodation packages. If any of you decide to do it, please share pictures and your experiences!

http://www.sinbi-muaythai.com/

http://www.muaythaitrainingthailand.com/
- Check out the videos in "Around The Camp"

http://www.rawaimuaythai.com/

Plus theres plenty more places you can find with a quick Google search
Muay Thai Training Camps In Thailand




This sounds like a really awesome experience man! Do you have any job in mind that will allow you to make this reality?


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post May 21 2012, 06:40 PM
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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ May 21 2012, 12:42 PM) *
This sounds like a really awesome experience man! Do you have any job in mind that will allow you to make this reality?


Well anything Internet based, but nothing in particular blink.gif It doesn't have to pay that much, just enough to sustain me for about 6 months. Living in Thailand is pretty cheap, and the food is very inexpensive. For now though, this is just a dream, as I have to finish up a degree. But who knows, it might be a possibility next year when I'm done wink.gif


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post May 21 2012, 08:09 PM
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This looks and sounds very interesting !

For sure it is an experience for lifetime and if you really feel that way to do it --do it !

Your experience and improvement will be not only physically spiritual too .

Save some money - maybe 5000 Dollars - and you are on the right site .

The only thing to take more care is diseases like Aids Hepatitis and that kind of stuff.

To find real friendship might be better then the easy way of sex!

Food you should know where to eat or make it yourself - but there should be a lot of people who know whats going on .


Muay Thai is a real hard material art way but a chance too to get more into one self .


Would be great to hear more from you on that way !

All the Best !

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post May 21 2012, 08:24 PM
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QUOTE (Dieterle @ May 21 2012, 03:09 PM) *
This looks and sounds very interesting !

For sure it is an experience for lifetime and if you really feel that way to do it --do it !

Your experience and improvement will be not only physically spiritual too .

Save some money - maybe 5000 Dollars - and you are on the right site .

The only thing to take more care is diseases like Aids Hepatitis and that kind of stuff.

To find real friendship might be better then the easy way of sex!

Food you should know where to eat or make it yourself - but there should be a lot of people who know whats going on .


Muay Thai is a real hard material art way but a chance too to get more into one self .


Would be great to hear more from you on that way !

All the Best !

Dieter


You're right, Muay Thai, or any martial art, gets you more in tune with your body. There is much more to it than the violent aspect.

As far as the food, I've lived in countries that had third world restaurant standards, so I'm pretty sure I can tolerate their food haha


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post May 22 2012, 08:39 AM
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QUOTE (Mudbone @ May 21 2012, 08:24 PM) *
As far as the food, I've lived in countries that had third world restaurant standards, so I'm pretty sure I can tolerate their food haha


Yeah if you can survive American fast food then you'll ok ! wink.gif


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