Dating girls with cats
Well, it’s because you meet people from northeastern Thailand everywhere you go: The hotel receptionist in Koh Pha Ngan, the housekeeper at your apartment in Hua Hin, the taxi driver in Bangkok, the bar girl in Pattaya.
And besides that the northeastern region, that’s more commonly referred to as Isaan, is the biggest of all regions in Thailand, consists of 20 provinces and is a true paradise for off the beaten track traveling (and mongering).
You probably know the saying “once you go Asian, you never go Caucasian“.
I would even go a step further and say: Once you go Isaan, you never go another type of Asian again.
Out of the four regions of Thailand, none of them has nearly as many people leaving their homes to work in other parts of the country, especially in the big tourist centers.This is one of the issues that causes the biggest misunderstandings and problems in Thai-Farang relationships.A lot of farangs just don’t understand that in Thai society the young people take care of their parents when they get older.And that at the same time you should prepare for being the sole financial caretaker not only her but also for her mother and father and probably also for her brothers, grandparents, dogs and chicken in their home’s backyard up in good old Isaan. What I mean is that most of the Farangs who tell you such things have no idea what they are talking about. And of course you shouldn’t take everything serious about what they are telling you about their marital status, how old they are, when they had sex for the first time, how long they have worked in the bar and so on.
And the reason for that is because most of them only get to know one type of Isaan girls: The hookers. Would you trust and fall in love with prostitutes in your home country? A lot of Farangs here think that prostitutes in Thailand are different than prostitutes in their home countries. I know I’m writing a lot about hookers and the red light scene on Thailand Redcat.The main reason for that is because the Isarn is the poorest region of Thailand due to the dryness and few natural resources. They don’t get much from tourism like other regions of Thailand that also have more natural resources like water, fruit, vegetables etc.