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About sledpull

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  1. Hitch-hiking on the 90 day reporting, if I may! The Bluport office in Hua Hin is amazing! Comparing and contrasting with the Soi 19 immigration office, the service and assistance at Bluport is a 10 on scale. Congenial and friendly service actually taking the time to explain any challenges. The customer service board there was awash with kudos!
  2. Tropical Crotch Rot

    Corn starch!
  3. Tabata Protocol strength training workouts! Tabata cardio! Kettlebell workouts combine strength and cardio! Congratulations on the chinups! Weighted Pullups now that you have advanced!
  4. What a weasel! Now you know what Americans have to deal with from these Hollyweirdos! Sorry!
  5. Hollyweird types are a tribulation Americans have to live with because they have unfettered access to the corrupt news media!
  6. 3000 baht quarterly bribe for education visa?!

    If you do not need an educational visa but just want to learn Thai, check out Learning @ Pranburi! 3000 Baht for 20 hours! Enroll and dis-enroll depending upon your schedule! Excellent trainer!
  7. Hitch-hiking on the question if I may! Is there an agency in Hua Hin that assists in securing a visa for the USA by completing paperwork and apprising of things you need to know? I recently paid an agency in Bangkok to assist in getting my Filipina fiance into Australia. The trip to Australia (although they did not stamp her passport with ink) I believe assisted her in getting approval to enter New Zealand. As far as your interaction with the USA Embassy, on my visits I have noticed a lack of precision in expat assistance.
  8. 16000 Baht or the cost of my deductible in the US
  9. As an expat, I appreciate when someone notates a good or great experience in local Hua Hin medical care. Yesterday, I underwent a colonoscopy at San Paulo Hospital. This was my fourth (every 5 years) with the other 3 performed in the US. Dr. Boripan Laisirikoon, MD, FICS performed the procedure. He is brilliant and spends time with you before and after the procedure. The process was much better than any of the previous procedures done in the US because of the empathic and caring staff. Thomas, the International Representative there initiates the process by getting you to the doctor and assists in calming any nerves. The quality of care and continuum of care which starts with Thomas carries over to the nursing staff that preps you for the procedure and the nursing staff that monitors you after you awaken. Best care I have ever had from all concerned. I see why now Thailand is a leader in medical tourism! Thanks San Paulo
  10. 1200 Baht, no reservation needed at Serviced Apartments behind bus station. near Soi 94. Neat, clean with breakfast.
  11. Any bars in Hua Hin showing the games next weekend? I attempted to watch via streamhunter and 1st Row Sports the games this weekend to no avail. Thanks
  12. For expats looking for the elusive fitness gym in the Pranburi, Khao Kalok, PakNam Pran area TD Gym near the Pranburi Fitness Park is having a special promotion. They are normally 900 Baht per month but for the rest of January, 2 people each receive 2 months membership and a free T-shirt for only 2200 Baht. The gym has great strength equipment inside and the owner is working on a functional fitness area on the outside. Opens at 0900 daily.
  13. iherb.com

    I just tested the iherb.com order from USA. Great results ordering herbs and vitamins not available to me in Hua Hin. Kept the order under 60.00 hoping no customs involvement. Order received in 30 days for only 2.50 shipping charge. Great customer service with low prices and minimal shipping costs and no customs involvement made this a great transaction.
  14. A recent thread discussed Bangkok Hospital in Hua Hin and San Paulo in Hua Hin. Comments also on the Petcharat Hospital facility would be appreciated. I rarely see feedback on this hospital and am interested in all local options. Thanks
  15. In checking for any expat or Thai ski/snowboard clubs, I came across Snow Town & Ski 365. Snow Town will be great for my Filipina wife to experience snow and Ski 365 could be fun to simulate my snowboarding days before coming to Thailand. Please share your experiences if you have been to either location. Lastly, is there a Thailand ski/snowboard group that sponsors trips to Korea, Japan, Australia? Thanks and Happy New Year!