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  1. Hey guys, what would you recommend for good health insurance that covers a specific SE Asian country vs multiple SE Asian countries (so if I want to stay in one country long term vs I want to travel around like you guys do)?

  2. Thank you for this video.
    Cambodia is a hidden gem that many SE asian travelers have not visited yet, including me 🙂
    I look forward to visiting Cambodia in the coming years

  3. Thanks for the information.
    Would like to see some interviews with expats who live there.
    Housing conditions.
    Maybe more on traveling and living single in expat communities.
    Black women in Asian communities

  4. You’re the only two people that I will watch. and then there’s the simple fact that I’m thoroughly entertained by both of you. Mainly because they’re well informed of videos as a traveler myself these are the things that I’d like to know. Unfortunately I’m disabled and I’m physically dependent on meds. If I don’t have medication I don’t move. I would like to also just say thank you. And could you possibly do any information research including pharmaceuticals that might be available to the public?. I’m not trying to make this a drug trade, I’m just trying to find out which countries I can go to without suffering because I’m doing a quite a lot of that here in America. I have a small income of 3700.00 .

  5. As an American who would like to relocate to Southeast Asia — thanks, in large part, to your videos — I have a question I’m hoping you can answer. If one country opens its borders to Americans, and I were to go there for three months (or however long the visa allows), would I then be able to cross the border to another country that’s still closed off to flights from America? Or would I be kept out because I have an American passport, and then be left with no choice but to return to the U.S.?

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