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    Icon7 Looking for a room in a house share in Chiang Mai

    Hi guys

    I am in chiang mai working as a teacher and i am looking for a room to rent or maybe a house to share with some people. I come from England, have just graduated from University. I am mature 26 year old that also knows how to have fun (in moderation).

    The location i want is somewhere near the inner city, maybe around the west side, near Hauy Kaew but location i am not too bothered about.

    Pruivate messaage me if you have a room available for me to rent.

    Cheers guys

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    Re: Looking for a room in a house share in Chiang Mai

    You will get no sensible offers mate (guessing you are a woman?) as most teachers like to live alone.
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    Re: Looking for a room in a house share in Chiang Mai

    ^ And most can't afford a place with more than one bedroom
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    Re: Looking for a room in a house share in Chiang Mai

    Quote Originally Posted by bet View Post
    ^ And most can't afford a place with more than one bedroom
    Can't beat my place for a 1 bedroom mate! Would have taken your house in an instant if not for the contract though!

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    Re: Looking for a room in a house share in Chiang Mai

    You could have kept the mia noi in the house until your contract expired

    Sorry, off topic. OP, housing is plentiful and cheap throughout Thailand. I would suggest that you get somewhere temporary in the first instance.

    The poster Bubba used to live up there, in the jungle somewhere, he'll give you some advice.

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    Re: Looking for a room in a house share in Chiang Mai

    Quote Originally Posted by ajrb.183 View Post
    Hi guys

    I am in chiang mai working as a teacher and i am looking for a room to rent or maybe a house to share with some people. I come from England, have just graduated from University. I am mature 26 year old that also knows how to have fun (in moderation).
    Hello ajrb.183

    I'm in CM and there is something for everyone here and at all budget levels. What is your budget? It always helps when posting in forums for accommodation to be as specific as possible. That way you not only get more response, but the replies are usually more useful too

    Cheers

    Aitch

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    I wonder if she ever found a place to live via online help? I always find it a little odd when someone takes the time to create a post asking for information, yet never bother to check back and or respond to those who took the time to assist. Being online for a good few years now, I think we should always limit our assistance to new posters unless they show up shortly after the thread kicks off.

    Btw, I'm sure I saw the same post in the TV Chiang Mai forum, so it looks like it she was probably being a bit opportunistic, or perhaps was even just a little unorganised and panicky and forgot where she posted.

    Aitch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aitch View Post
    I always find it a little odd when someone takes the time to create a post asking for information, yet never bother to check back and or respond to those who took the time to assist. Being online for a good few years now, I think we should always limit our assistance to new posters unless they show up shortly after the thread kicks off.
    Very good points Aitch.
    It's not so much odd as annoying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bangkok Phil View Post
    Very good points Aitch.
    It's not so much odd as annoying.
    seeking closure?

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    Maybe he/she just found somewhere and didn't need these hostile comments, only advice. These posts show the gang mentality of ajarn forum. If Fill is the biznesman we hear he is, he might like to instegate a change.

    Is there one helpful comment? No!

    Most people would think eejits, and walk away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lostilos
    Is there one helpful comment? No!
    I would say the response below is quite helpful lostilos. Wouldn't you?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aitch View Post
    Hello ajrb.183

    I'm in CM and there is something for everyone here and at all budget levels. What is your budget? It always helps when posting in forums for accommodation to be as specific as possible. That way you not only get more response, but the replies are usually more useful too

    Cheers

    Aitch

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