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Posted:Dear fellow spinners, im gonna be in Thailand for the next few months and really need to learn some new moves, I am stuck in old school land! Help! Does anybody know where and with who I can invest some time in learning new stuff? And also need some new twirling gear, so does anyone know of any good place to buy gear, preferably in Bangkok or Ko Pagnan, but anywhere will do. Thank you. Peace
Dude where's my Poi? Location: neather here nor there, United...
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Posted:Be carful of fire toys sold in Thailand They tend to be made from dodgy aspestos type stuff that falls to bits when you light them. I think i read somewhere on here that there's a place in Bangkok that sells better gear. You might want to do a "Durbs" and use the serch.
Live life in a spin!!! but if you fall don't come crying to me!!!
Posted:Best place to buy new gear is in Bangkok... Ooud Juggling Cafe... near Riverline Guesthouse, close to Pra Artit/ Pra Sumen Park... just connect to some of the (Thai) spinners there and you should find him... he's a legend amongst (Thai) spinners, as he was the first one there.
Be careful with the white wick... as mentioned before: it's cheap - but it doesn't last.
Koh PhaNgan.... place to buy: Haad Rin - place to spin: Haad Tien