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  2. Lost Rider

    Best site to book US to BKK flights?

    Kayak isn't bad. Set your parameters and they'll email you with price changes. Lately, I've just gone to the Eva Air site and found pretty much the same prices. If you're looking for cheap, you'll end up with one of the Chinese Mainland carriers and you won't be happy. Last flight I paid a little over $1000 for a Premium seat with Eva out of SFO. Well worth the extra $400. I saw their prices as cheap as $500 for a basic seat a few weeks before I booked.
  3. petesie

    Huawei Matebook XPro

    I was up early so googled it and it's available in Thailand now starting at under 42k up to 59k.
  4. Yesterday
  5. Is this available in Thailand now? If so what is the selling price?
  6. DDengler

    Best site to book US to BKK flights?

    Nothing new to add on providers - Skyscanner and Google Flights work great for me also. If your trip is well in the future, my method is to set a few price alerts for specific flights and wait. For instance I set alerts for OneWorld flights (AA, JAL, Cathay) since I use AA for business. Airlines do weird things with prices and sometimes you can catch a good one. Last year in August the Biz Class to BKK for a top notch flight (AA/Cathay) from LAX suddenly fell to ~2500 USD for a December flight which is a bargain. The alert I had set in Google Flights caught it and I was able to pull the trigger. That price was only up for about 36 hours before it went back up $1k, btw. Maybe that was a glitch, but I'm hoping for a repeat this year.
  7. Zoonie the Lazoon

    Best site to book US to BKK flights?

    Yes...always worth double checking the prices with the airlines direct. I think Skyscanner is very good (what else would you expect from a Scottish-based company!). However, when booking Emirates flights (from the UK), I usually find the agents' prices are more competitive than Emirates direct.
  8. Justaguy54

    Best site to book US to BKK flights?

    I'm not going to be a lot of help here, as I go to www.evaair.com and don't search any further....
  9. Len Dtuut

    Best site to book US to BKK flights?

    When I first started on skyscanner I checked out some US<>BKK routes. The same searches on Kayak sometimes didn't show some of the flights that were on skyscanner. And less often Kayak will show results skyscanner didn't. I've also found the direct from airline price to sometimes be lower than what is shown on Kayak. But both are decent tools. OP if you are flying Economy you might not want to fly the Chinese airlines. There is an old thread here somewhere about Chinese airlines. Checking the prices I see now SFO<>BKK I would probably go EVA.
  10. brydogg

    Best site to book US to BKK flights?

    I use Kayak
  11. Twest

    Best site to book US to BKK flights?

    I use skyscanner as well then compare against the airline for the same flight. Sometimes the airline is cheaper. The trip I just booked was cheaper on skyscanner.
  12. Len Dtuut

    Best site to book US to BKK flights?

    I use skyscanner.com some to find flights. Their best price is usually direct from the airline. You have many choices SFO<>BKK.
  13. hailbritania

    Best site to book US to BKK flights?

    united has an nonstop from sf to narita then catch narita to bkk airtreks.com is what i use for trips if it's just out and back they might not be able to help but, if you layover anywhere their a great option as they have access to flights not easily found on search engines anyway, that's a fuck load of miles so just be aware of that. on united it's basically a fee us flight
  14. What's the best site to book US to BKK flights? My closest hub right now is SFO.
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  17. Farmer Pat seems to working hard and as far as I can tell looking healthy!!

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  19. jackman

    Direct Flight v Stop Over

    Thai are great. Try for a window seat. I get prescription sleeping pills. The over the counter herbal stuff is useless. I bring my own pillow, plasma ear plugs and a good black out mask. Slept for 7/8 hrs last time. You can't put your seat back during meal service but you're not going to sleep for 12 hrs anyway. It's direct for me unless there's a big price difference.
  20. bullseye

    Direct Flight v Stop Over

    If flying economy I opt for direct. Business I am happy with a stop over due to express pass through security and the use of lounges etc. Last trip Thai was coming up 800 quid....I got Oman air business class for 400 quid more. No brainer.
  21. Roadslut

    Testosterone - best way to take it

    In the US, the three major laboratory corporations have all lowered their ranges for what is considered 'normal' testosterone levels. Western males today now have average testosterone levels that are 2-3 times lower than for a western male during WW2. I have to say that about 98% of the posts in this thread are giving completely inaccurate information about TRT (Testosterone replacement therapy) With so many outright falsehoods posted in this thread where do I start. Let me just give some of the most basic tenants of TRT. 1) It is maddening that anyone would take testosterone without first checking the following: CBC (includes immune cells, red blood cells, and hematocrit) CMP-14 (Includes kidney and liver function, glucose and electrolytes) Lipid Panel (LDL, HDL, Triglycerides) Testosterone free and total (LC/MS assay with no upper limit) Estradiol, Sensitive (LC/MS assay) DHEA-sulfate (Dehydroepiandrosterone Sulfate) TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) Free T3 (Free Triiodothyronine ) PSA (Prostatic Specific Antigen) SHBG (Sex Hormone Binding Globulin) 2) A healthy, non-obese 25-year-old male only produces between 4-10mg of testosterone daily. These are what are known as 'physiological' levels of testosterone. In accordance with this fact, almost every post in this entire thread is recommending people to take supra-physiological doses of testosterone. There are some factors involved in which a person might temporarily take supra-physiological levels of testosterone but for the vast majority of people, taking supra-physiological doses of testosterone is incredibly bad for you. 3) The main side effects of TRT are increased levels of estradiol (estrogen) and high hemoglobin and hematocrit. Exogenous administration of testosterone results in the testosterone being aromatized into estrogen. For years, many people on TRT have taken aromatase inhibitors (AI's) to manage their levels. This has now been determined to be extremely dangerous. AI's should only be used in very limited situations and only for a very limited time and as low-dose as possible. The safest and most efficient and healthy way to lower estradiol, hemoglobin and hematocrit levels is to increase the frequency of injections while reducing dosage. 4) Besides being almost painless, subcutaneous injection is by far the most desirable delivery method of injectable testosterone. It is easy, quick, almost painless and results in much more stable serum levels of testosterone than by intramuscular (IM) injection. 5) This idea of PCT or cycles of taking TRT is idiocy. TRT is for life. Not for short periods of time. 5) If you take any form of testosterone without the supervision of an experienced TRT medical provider you are an extreme DUMBASS. 6) If you are an extreme dumbass who is going to go ahead and take testosterone anyway, please do yourself a giant favor and read Jay Campell's book 'The Testosterone Optimization Therapy Bible: The Ultimate Guide to Living a Fully Optimized Life.' Disclaimer and full disclosure notice: I am not associated with nor do I receive any financial profit from recommending Jay Campbell's book. I currently take daily, subcutaneous, physiological doses of testosterone cypionate, and HCG. I also take thyroid medications and DHEA supplements. I am under the supervision of a TRT medical professional from Defy Medical in Tampa, Florida. If you live outside of Florida, or the US, you can consult with Defy Medical as a telemedicine patient. There are only a handful of medical professionals in the world that truly understand and know how to administer TRT therapy. For the record, your doctor isn't one of them. I am not financially associated with Defy Medical.
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  23. mikejohnson

    Black ant pills?

    I ended up buying a pack down beach road. It would appear to me that they are basically viagra. I couldn't tell the difference between a blant ant pill and a sachet of kamagra gell.
  24. topdog

    visa overstay

    It's happened to me a couple times, I had assumed incorrectly that the 30 day clock started ticking when you had your passport stamped when entering but it starts at 00:01 on the day you enter. If you have a late arriving flight, say 11:15pm, you will probably be on your second day by the time you leave the airport.
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  26. Poirot

    Black ant pills?

    nothing beats good old Spanish Fly.
  27. woodyhoo

    visa overstay

    Because the overstay pay desk is at the "slowtrac" exit I exit thru "fasttrack" but this time i needed a re-entry permit. I was told to go thru to the concourse and turn left and walk about 100 yards to the slowtrac area and turn left again. this takes you back up behind the immigration desks where the overstay desk is located and also the desk for re-entry permit. Single permit is 1000 baht plus 200 form filling and photo fee....3 people ahead of me ...15 minutes.
  28. fenton

    Direct Flight v Stop Over

    I don't mind stop overs. I used to use Etihad, on the return flight, land at Dublin, have a decent breakfast and a couple pints of the dark stuff, then catch an Aer Arann turbo prop to Manchester :-). OP, I would watch Etihad very closely they are very competitive on price, good service as well.
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