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Transportation from Bangkok Thailand to Koh Phangan Beach, close to Koh Tao and Koh Samui, the cost is 700 Baht.
Voltage Drop - Do Not Overload Electrical Circuit Digital Nomad Travel Tip.
Videw showing how, where, and how much I paid for an AIS Aircard bought near Khaosan Road Bangkok Thailand.
Beach Trips From Bangkok Thailand - This is a video of the room I am in at the Black and White Hotel on Sunset Beach near Had Rin, Koh Phangan, Thailand.
Thailand from the point of a view of a Digital Nomad Traveler- I am Andy Graham a person who runs and manages an Internet business from the road.
A digital nomad traveler needs to have his or her laptop computer cleaned, or the computer will overheat, you do not need to buy a new computer.
This is a video explaining Pantip or Panthip Plaza a Computer Mall in Bangkok Thailand.
You can avoid paying 25-30 USD luggage fees in the USA by NOT checking your bags, then forcing them to check them at the gate.
Fish Spa Khaosan Road - Alternative Health Bangkok Thailand
Critical Thinking leads me to believe that humans need anger, all humans need to destroy their competition to survive.
Video explaining how to set up a prepaid cell phone in Thailand.
Maps of the city of Bangkok Thailand, Khaosan Road - Sukhumvit - Bangkok, Thailand maps. Note, the locals call the city Krung Thep not Bangkok.
Where is Andy Graham?
The Introspective Life...
I stopped into Austin, Texas on October 18, 2012 to attend a wedding.
To be organized require you understand people, they will not take no for an answer.
The world like to make rules, and I enjoy avoiding them, I just say no to American Bureaucracy.
A friend asked me to officiate his marriage ceremony in Austin, Texas on October 21, 2012, therefore today, October 14th, I became an ordained Minister.
Why I started to say, "Life is Good?" Andy Graham
This e was discovered as the thought of the day on Forbes.com, October 12, 2012, attributed to Benjamin Franklin, but maybe said by Owen Feltham.