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About Breizh

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  1. My wife and I went yesterday to Jomtien immigration to submit TM30 and TM28. We are moving into a new house for which we had the lease agreement with my wife being the tenant from March 1st. She filled the TM30 document, provided a copy of the lease contract, copy of her ID card, copy of her Tabian Ban, copy of my front page passport, copy of the valid visa page and copy of my TM6 to report me as living in the house she is the tenant. I filled the TM28 and made copy of the necessary pages of my passport to report my address change. The room was packed at 1.30PM and I could hear a few people complaining about the hefty fine they were receiving for not reporting in due time. After an hour we were sitting in front of the officer who told us that the TM28 was no longer needed. Everything was fine with the documents my wife provided and we were given the receipt of the TM30. The officer insisted on the fact that she should fine me as I never submitted a TM30 before but I was forgiven for this time!!! I asked her if I should report each time I come back from a trip out of Thailand, the answer was “yes, within 24 hours”. Do I have to report when I come back from a trip outside Chonburi province, the answer was “if you left the province for more than 24 hours, yes”. The girl sitting next to her was stamping the fine receipts in advance, probably expecting to fill a few in the coming hours.
  2. So you crossed the continuous line (see pictures above) to cross into Macro!
  3. As far as I understand it is for the owner of the hotel you stay in or the owner of the house you are renting to fill the TM30 form and bring it to the immigration. So this guy may have been fined for someone's else "mistake".
  4. Decathlon in Tesco north Pattaya has some flights and aluminum shafts.
  5. Have a look at Serenity Yachting, based in Ocean Marina.
  6. I went yesterday to Jomtien immigration for my annual Non-B extension and was not asked to show the TM30 form or any proof of address at all. My visa is now under consideration until October 30 which is the normal procedure.
  7. This is a very good way to save water : less pressure = less wasted water due to unfixed leakage
  8. The biggest manufacturer is Cobra International, based in Bangpakong, Chonburi:
  9. Hi Cumgranosalum There is a 1 month limitation specified on the temporary export document which you will have to sign at the custom counter at the border. You will have to pay a fine if you stay longer but I cannot tell you how expensive it is as I never experienced it ! Don't forget to subscribe an insurance in Laos as you are not covered outside Thailand with your local one. At the Savanakhet border you can buy it next to the immigration booth. I paid 2300THB in february for a 1 year 1st class insurance. Breizh
  10. Hello Kawaiimomo, I am a member of the RCSC thai community, so I think I can help you. We are sailing International One Meter boats, and we practice and race every sunday afternoon at Sarin City, Rama 2, Samut Sakhon. Most of the boats sailing there have been bought at, and actually manufactured in Thailand by Thai Safepack. Some of us design and build our own boats, which is very time consuming, but is also part of the passion! The sailors at Sarin are really friendly, and everyone is welcome to join and try our boats. I am not there very often these days, as building and sailing cannot be done at the same time ( at least I didn't find how to do!), but I can put you in contact with the leader of the group. Feel free to PM me if you need further information. Khun Mik
  11. AT Fiber, on Sukhumvit rd. 200m after the Huay Yai traffic light, coming from Pattaya: