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Sorry…I assume you have the internet in Burma? 😳
I have logged in and traded from Jakarta and Bali.
Cool shots. Thanks for posting. I have never been down to that part of Thailand. Might have to plan a trip. 🙂
Are there any good seafood restaurants there?
I told another new member, Shina, in another thread that if you are just starting out, make sure that you paper trade first before you use your real money 😎
Are you related to this Gordon by any chance:
Money can’t buy friends, but you can get a better class of enemy.
Hey Shina and Turnip.
Turnip, I am not having any problems getting the notify emails when someone posts and new reply.
Check your spam/junk mail folder, and if in there right click and mark as not spam.
Thanks for sharing the video. Looks like a lot of fun. Do you have two cameras??? One on your board and one on your paddle?
Our politicians are stupid. And the Mexican government is much smarter, much sharper, much more cunning. And they send the bad ones over because they don’t want to pay for them. They don’t want to take care of them. Why should they when the stupid leaders of the United States will do it for them?
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I use transferwise. Good rates and sign up was not too intrusive. A couple of the Aussie guys in my company have started using Baht Smart to transfer money to their tirraks 🙄
I used to bank in Phuket Town but now with the road works access is a total disaster. My personal solution is that I drive up to the big new shopping mall at Thalang. It is on the right as you are heading north. There are traffic lights so that you can do a u turn easy, and there is a huge car park where you can always find a space. Inside there are branches for all of the Thai banks. The food court there is also pretty good for a cheap and cheery lunch 😆
We stayed in a homestay called Penginapan. We called it the Penguin for a laugh. Basic rooms but very good people and only about 10 dollars a night. If you want to surf very early morning to avoid the crowd you will need a thin wetsuit. I didn’t have one and I was very cold on some days.
My BF is a good surfer and one of the things he did not like about Batu Karas was that it is kind of in the middle of no where and so if you want to go try out other breaks it is a lot travel.
I went to Batu Karas with my BF back in 2014. Nice spot with good sandy beach. I can’t surf very good but rented a board and managed to catch a few waves. Even stood up 😀
A friend of mine went there this year (because I told her it was a cool place). Apparently it is already very crowded now.
What we think, we become.
Formal education will make you a living; self-education will make you a fortune.