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  1. Cheers, both right about Phra Singh. unfortunetly closed until Tuesday.
  2. I put T. Sripum on envelope. I wonder if it's at that one. I always thought the Mae Ping post office was the main one.
  3. On the USPS website it just says it's at the delivering post office and they've already tried to deliver it. I live in center of town up from Thae Pae Gate. or is there a main post office where it will be? cheers
  4. Cool! I just meant a very obvious box versus a bag envelope with plain packaging. I wasn't sure if a fancy box would mean it would be more appealing to steal, I've only ever had mail forwarded by family before. Good to know boxes arrive at destination.
  5. I've had a look at USPS website and they actually send packages in a peacock box. is that not asking for it to 'go missing'? id rather pay extra in customs than waste my money. do people actually receive those boxes?
  6. Was just wondering if the street workout area has gymnastics rings + how heavy the biggest kettlebell is. cheers.
  7. No it's not, it's included. Maybe you're thinking of something other than Int Priority.
  8. It's just standard with Int Priority.
  9. Leaving Thailand for a few days to get visa and heading straight back.
  10. Cheers, Seems it's actually USPS International Priority, which is tracked and insured so should be safe. The $20 I'll save on FedEx might pay for duty is there is any.
  11. 4th PP visa was no problem if it will help anyone. All in a row, but not in and outs obviously.
  12. I would like to order something from the US and they can FedEx it for $47. It's only $17 more expensive than USPS and can be tracked plus picked up at building, so I guess it will be safer. Do they charge import tax? And if so, how much for something worth $70. Also, does anyone know how you get it specifically to Chiang Mai office instead of it ending up in Bangkok or somewhere. cheers
  13. Op, Cheap and very filling. Buy a rice cooker and throw in X amount of rice. Buy meat dishes from market and mix into rice. 3,000+ calories (or 3-4 meals) will stay warm all day. Maybe cost around 130 bht (inc rice), delicious, and more filling than those little meals.
  14. I have plans for the gym. I guess in Thailand an outdoor and indoor pool are basically the same. thanks peoples.
  15. Not all fancy prancy ones with girls cooling you down with bamboo leaves and fancy waterfalls everywhere. just an indoor swimming pool, jacuzzi, steam room, and sauna like you'd get as part of health club back home. seems the best gyms with equipment don't have them, so will need to find a separate place. i hope I explained it well enough and it didn't seem like I was talking about a high end spa where you get wheatgrass shots complimentary. cheers