One of my friends recently moved here – she’s originally from the USA but moved with her work. There’s so much you have to consider when working abroad as an expat, like taking care of your tax returns. Fortunately my friend found Tax Amnesty programs from Expat Tax Online that allowed her to catch up on some tax payments that she had missed.
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We actually made all of our choices based on these recs and were not disappointed. The curries were literally so good that we went 3 days in a row so we could try each!!
Once you walk to the end of town you will arrive at the bottom of these glorious stairs. From here you can’t get lost, just keep climbing up. The entrance fee at the top is 20 baht. Head to view point one but don’t stay too long because the real view is the second one.
At the top you get a great view of the island that is not only beautiful but useful in getting a feel for your way around. It’s amazing how the town is sandwiched in a tiny slice of land between those two bays. The beach on the left is the pier side and the one on the right is the party side.