Six months ago, an American friend relocated to Bangkok, Thailand. He is now qualified to teach English to the local children and has settled down comfortably.
While he doesn't really complain about his new life because it was, after all, his personal choice, he find that he's still far from being about to mingle and live like a local.
He said that one thing he misses most is the ability to just walk in to a guitar shop and browse or check out new equipment. There's nothing like this where he live now. These days, he relies on the Fender Stratocaster guitar center online, to read up on the latest guitar models and accessories.
Well, I guess the saying about no needle has two pointy ends holds true. On one hand, he's enjoying a new life, on the other hand, there has to be some sort of sacrifice, right?