12 Weeks in Thailand – Johnny F.D.

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12 Weeks in Thailand: The Guide Book to Travel Cheap, Learn Muay Thai all while Living the 4-Hour Workweek Kindle Edition

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12 Weeks in Thailand – Johnny F.D., In Thailand Johnny, becomes a certified Dive-master and starts a career travelling the world teaching people how to scuba dive.  From a dream to reality in less than 12 Weeks during his second trip to the islands.  After diving with countless Sea Turtles, Whale Sharks, and Manta Rays, he later finds out his true passion really is the sport of Muay Thai.  He’s currently spending another 12 weeks in the northern mountains of Thailand training for his fifth professional fight.  Buy this book and wish him luck, he fights in five days. 

In this book, 12 Weeks in Thailand – Johnny F.D. you will find out how cheap you can live out in Thailand and how you can convince your boss to let you come for 12 weeks or more.  Find out where the best place in Thailand to learn to scuba dive is, and where the best fight camp to train Muay Thai and MMA is.  Live vicariously through the author or use the book to take your first steps into an adventure of your own. 

Johnny the digital nomad, mostly staying in Chiang Mai, Thailand

 
Thailand-Travel-Guide-BeachTime really is precious, don’t waste another year stuck at a job you aren’t passionate about, throwing away thousands of dollars in rent when you could use that money to live like a King in Thailand.  It seriously is the Good Life on the Cheap.  Read the book and it will inspire you to find your own passions and more importantly to go after them.

The 4-Hour Workweek

Tim Ferris

Have you read “The 4-Hour Workweek” by Tim Ferris?  Would you like to start living it and stop day dreaming about the perfect life?  Read this book!  If you’re tired of the everyday work routine and want to travel, see the world and live the good life on the cheap, this is how you do it! This is how I did it.

Escape the winter cold, take a holiday from your boring 9-5 job, and come enjoy the good life on the cheap in Thailand for 12 weeks or more.  Instead of spending another month living paycheck to paycheck wouldn’t you rather say, for $600-$1,000 a month.

“I spend my days laying under the warm sun with a coconut in my hand.”
“I get full body massages at least twice a week.”  
“I started my fight camp 12 weeks ago, and last night, I won my first pro muay thai match.”
“I can’t believe I actually get paid to take people scuba diving, this is the best job ever.” 
“I spend less in an entire month travelling, getting massages, eating amazing food, and living in Thailand than I spent on just rent back home.”

12 Weeks in Thailand: The Good Life on the Cheap is a true story that follows the author Johnny F.D. from his home in Los Angeles, California to his first 3 week vacation to Thailand where he decides to give it all up in pursuit of a happier life under the sun.  He goes home to sell everything he owns and comes straight back to Thailand for his first of many 12 week trips.

Order the full book to find out:

  • How to quit your job and move to Thailand for 12 weeks or Longer.
  • When is the best time to come to Thailand.
  • What month to absolutely avoid coming.
  • How to over come your responsibilities, bills, and other reasons why you’re not here already.
  • What are things you MUST do before you come.
  • How to make your three grand last 3 months instead of 3 weeks.
  • What should you pack?
  • How much does it cost to live in Thailand?
  • How to live in Thailand for less than $600 a month.
  • Where you can live like a king for less than $2,000 a month.
  • Actual spreadsheet of one month’s expenses in Koh Tao.
  • What it’s like living on the islands of Koh Tao, Koh Samui and Koh Lanta.
  • How to make money while in Thailand both online and off.
  • Living as a professional fighter off of your fight purse.
  • How to create passive income online.
  • How can you make money doing something you love.
  • Going from zero to hero, working as a divemaster.
  • Dating and Long term relationships while in Thailand.
  • How to get in shape before coming to Thailand to train
  • What is the best Muay Thai Gym in all of Thailand?
  • What is the worst Muay Thai gym I’ve ever trained at.
  • How to get a discount at every gym.
  • Everything you want to know about fighting in Thailand, especially for beginners.
  • How to Win your First Professional Fight – and why losing it may actually be better in the long run.
  • Everything you never knew about Steroids and HGH – Who uses them, how to get them, and why you shouldn’t do them.
  • The info behind recreational drugs in Thailand.
  • Why normal guys that would never normally pay for sex, end up doing so in Thailand, and why I chose to stay away from them.
  • How I got my job to pay for my airfare from the U.S. to Thailand
  • Where to get authentic bamboo style Thai tattoos done by a monk, for free.
  • Why you shouldn’t bring cash or travelers checks to Thailand
  • How to get all of your ATM Fees refunded.
  • How to avoid the unsuspecting 3% international currency exchange fee on your credit card.
  • The 10 or so words I use on a daily basis and all you’ll really need to get by in Thailand.
  • The 10 or so other words I know, which get me by in Muay Thai gyms and other random places.
  • Easy steps to count from 1-999 and not get ripped off.
  • How to keep a special Vegetarian, Vegan, Religious or Paleo diet while in Thailand.
  • How I got over my biggest fears, and my quest for freedom: How you can make the plunge into your own 12 weeks in Thailand.

1 review for 12 Weeks in Thailand – Johnny F.D.

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Dean

    Anyone planning a trip to Thailand should read this. Full of useful information!
    By Rodney C. on 20 Feb. 2016
    Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
    Just finished reading this book while on an overnight sleeper train leaving Bangkok heading south. I’ve just spent my first month in Thailand and I’m making plans to move here. Found this book full of useful insights that I wish I’d known a few weeks ago!

    Couldn’t help but laugh at some of the stories in it and lessons that I’ve had had to learn the hard way

    Overall a very easy, funny read. Would definitely recommend to anyone planning a trip of any length to Thailand as you’ll probably end up spending more time here than originally intended so it’s definitely worth investing a few hours that will definitely have a better time!

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