Why Thailand wasn’t for me

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4 Responses

  1. rashiedawitter says:

    Hey James, I’m sorry to hear that your experience didn’t go as planned but I’m glad that it was a learning experience nonetheless. I completely understand your point of view and have encountered many of the same issues that you did. Thank you for sharing your perspective, I wish you all the best in your future endeavors!

  2. Kayla Varey says:

    Loved reading this James! I was in Thailand for a short time and quickly realized it wasn’t for me either but I loved hearing your side of things… It is a learning experience and just makes you a few steps closer to where you actually need to be. Miss ya!

  3. krissymcgill says:

    James,
    Thank you for writing this perspective. This is exactly how Justin and I felt when we got to our school (I’m sure you read his article). I think that this isn’t written about nearly as much as it should. But good luck in the next phase of your life!

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