This is nothing against foreigners; Austrians have the same problem.The basic idea of Tour My is to provide information on tourist attractions and other Austrian things from the point of view of a local.Unlike many Thai women living in Europe, Nattakan does not have a large extended family living in her native Saraburi province in Thailand who are dependent her for remittances to Thailand.Her only brother still lives in Thailand where is he is also coincidentally an accountant working in another sportswear company located in Bangkok.Matthias still does bookkeeping work in his spare time while Nattakan works as an administration manager in a sportswear firm nearby.
I hope this helps you to get some stimuli to think about Austria and its people. is a student in Austria, married to an Austrian and originally from Eastern Europe.
At the time of writing there are 120 stations in Vienna, where you can borrow and return City-Bikes: is great fun to cycle alongside the Donaukanal (Danube Canal) or around the Donauinsel (Danube Island).
Many expats who have lived in Vienna for a while complain about how hard it is to meet people.
Nattawan Posinger is one of an estimated 5,000 Thai women living in Austria in Europe.
Figures released from a study shows that in Austria there are over 4 Thai women to Thai men living in the country chiefly as a result of binational marriages between Austrian men and Thai women.