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    house sit

    Sounds like a good idea. my wife is thai and living at home near chiang dao i will be back in chiang mai at the end of september could be benificial to both of us please get in touch,i am from england and hope to move to thailand in the near future regards philip grapes
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    I have a studio house, with a small full kitchen and a full bath, next to a pond that has been stocked with fish. The house is fully furnished, with a king sized teak bed with a mattress pad, fitted sheets and pillows. There is a teak table with four chairs and the kitchen has a full set of utinsiles. A 29 inch television can be provided for a deposit. There are four fishing poles and fishing quipment. There are also two concrete patio tables. The house is near Saraphi. The rent is free, under the following provisions. I would require a year's lease. The person staying at the house would be considered a "caretaker." They would be responsible for watering the 90 coconut trees, fifty teak trees (as needed) and the various other trees (bannana, mango and pappaya). They would be required to stay on property every night, with very few exceptions. If interested, email me at; d_decoursey[at]msn.com.

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    Dean,
    I am a retired California teacher and I wanted to go to Thailand--Chiang Mai, because it's cooler there. I grew up in Colorado, so the the snow would be wonderful. I live in Middletown, Ca and was the co-Manager of an Organic Farm for two years, then I had my own business growing and selling organic vegs, but I lost a pile of money--I grew great vegs but didn't know how to market them.
    Now I just grow my own food. I will be in Chiang Mai in mid-October and plan to stay 3 to 6 months.

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    im a 42 year old uk male i could be interested i need more info on location im moving back to thailand with my 9 year old son in november to north thailand i was gone to buy a property, all the best nigel

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    sorry but my wife got 2 of her friends to move into it in August and take care of the property.

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    I am interested. Send me a Private Message.

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