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Members from Scandinavian Region » Post #15

Today, 08:12 in General Talk

that's an option i will consider too. tQ

Members from Scandinavian Region » Post #13

Yesterday, 20:20 in General Talk

ok....i will remember that. thanx

was thinking of Norway as the first stop instead of Sweden. But i have to drop in Sweden first to visit my long lost sister and then move on from there. but as i heard that i could view it from the north of sweden too, it might be more convenient..... just that i'm wondering where's the best spot.

and yeah .... blondes :thumbup: ... i hitch one first and if i doesn't like, i can ship it over to u :lol: :lol: :lol:

Members from Scandinavian Region » Post #11

Yesterday, 05:04 in General Talk

Nikorj wrote: I really think you should visit Denmark.

There's really nothing to see, But the beer is good :thumbup:

And instead of the northern light you could see "The Little Mermaid" It's always there.

I don't know why?, But Asian tourists goes absolutely bonkers when they see the statue (it's good for the economy).

yeah....i'm DEFINITELY hopping over Denmark for couple of days but not to see that fairy tale mermaid :lol:
i like Denmark too for its beautiful historical landmarks and scenery. beer? nope ... i'm more into coffee! :lol: :lol:
but i can't resist the temptation to watch northern lights - no matter how/what. its a MUST for me and my troop tagging along. a once in a lifetime opportunity that i cant miss out at all cost

Members from Scandinavian Region » Post #9

Mon Aug 13, 2018 23:32 in General Talk

yup...that's what i read about, and it's something that we neither could envisage it would happen at any time :thumbup:

Members from Scandinavian Region » Post #7

Mon Aug 13, 2018 22:00 in General Talk

awwwww....... that's saddening! :( it's my once in a lifetime experience :cry:

Members from Scandinavian Region » Post #5

Mon Aug 13, 2018 21:25 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote: Northen light in Sweden for rpdesign

Just go to any part from Jokkmokk to the northern border with Norway , that is usually considered the best area

From time to time . let say once in 6-7 years you can see it from Stockholm to

But trust me it’s very possible to spend a whole week in Lapland during winter and still not see anything

LOL....i do not have such long time to wait till the cow comes home, as i will be travelling to 4 countries within a month. the most i could wait is just 1 week to see the northern lights, then the backpacking adventure begins. i'm equally worried abt the weather for backpacking though

Members from Scandinavian Region » Post #3

Mon Aug 13, 2018 20:11 in General Talk

Hi @Anneli100. Thanx for your response.

1- My plan is a backpacking adventure in all the 4 Scandinavaian regions during the end of winter season .... starting around April. However, as i planned to watch the Northern Lights, i understand that it could only be view during the winter season, that would made it (almost) impossible to go on a backpacking trip without needing to carry all the thermal/warm clothes around. Do you have a better suggestion how i could do both at the same time (watch northern lights & backpacking trip)? My concern is the cold weather as i understand its unpredictable too. Would it be still too cold at end of winter season and start of spring?

2- My arrival place will be in Sweden. i understand i could watch northern lights in the north of sweden too, am i right?

TQ

Members from Scandinavian Region » Post #1

Fri Aug 10, 2018 07:12 in General Talk

Hi. I would appreciate any clixsense members coming from any of the Scandinavian region (Sweden, Finland, Denmark & Norway) to offer some travelling advice. :idea:

If you are from any of these countries, kindly PM. I need info which I will ask in the PM. No worries - I'm not spamming or whatever. :D

I'm planning for a 1 month backpacking adventure in this region & therefore any help/info is very much appreciated.

Thank you. :thumbup:

p/s: however, if u feel more comfortable advising in here, plz feel free to post your response & i will ask in here. TQ

July earn , 88.00 ,all data here......tasman1 » Post #3

Wed Aug 01, 2018 03:26 in Success Stories

.... and out of it all, most likely 70% will be reversed :lol: :lol: :lol:

my earnings not bad too :thumbup:

hampir 100 SpeakUp survey router!! » Post #4

Tue Jul 03, 2018 09:14 in Malay

dah hilang ... itu hari sj :lol:

hampir 100 SpeakUp survey router!! » Post #1

Fri Jun 29, 2018 10:01 in Malay

cuba tenguk survey page anda .... pastikan ada hampir 100 SpeakUp survey router skrg ! :D

dah tentu bolih dapat sekurang2nya 5 survey setiap hari kalo pandai2 :thumbup:

Skrill horror fee in Australia...tasman1 » Post #26

Tue Jun 26, 2018 20:06 in General Talk

nursemorph wrote:
rpdesign wrote: too bad Tango does NOT allow CASH withdrawal ... only as e-gift/voucher. that's the reason why i do not use it . besides Amazon shipping fees is dang sickening when shipped to malaysia. it only benefits much for American and other nearby countries...definitely NOT for Asian countries

This may be 2 months after you posted but still! True Tango doesn't allow cash withdrawals....however, you could always request a physical card instead of the virtual card and then you can use it in any shop that takes Visa....all it costs is a one-time $3 fee for the card. Maybe not as good as being able to transfer to bank account etc but is cheap option and most people use shops

hahaha ... when you have to take into consideration all the FEES here and FEES there, nothing left behind. all those payment processors all cutting our throats with their excessive fees everywhere! there aren't any reasonable fees available nowadays except paypal.

have to take into consideration too that 'shopping' is out of line ... drink & be merry is! :lol:

How much money can you make from surveys? » Post #10

Sat May 05, 2018 09:05 in General Talk

TALKING ABOUT PAYING TAX .... if u dont wanna pay, move to Brunei ... Malaysia neighbor ..... NO INCOME TAX at all....everything about services is free (education, hospital, etc) :thumbup:

BUT ...beware of their Syraiah law!!! :lol:

How much money can you make from surveys? » Post #8

Sat May 05, 2018 07:05 in General Talk

loveminions wrote:
rpdesign wrote: pay tax for earning income online? nahhhh ...never heard of such need ... all goes into my wallet ...and mostly for more coffee! :lol:

In the US you do have to pay Taxes on it....but you're from Germany so you should ask in the german Forum they should be able to tell you.

me from Germany???? yikes!!!! u must have failed your geography!!! :lol: :lol:

and NO ... we dont hv to pay tax for such freelance work. after all, its way below taxable rate too... nothing to declare to the our IRS :D

How much money can you make from surveys? » Post #4

Fri May 04, 2018 22:45 in General Talk

pay tax for earning income online? nahhhh ...never heard of such need ... all goes into my wallet ...and mostly for more coffee! :lol:

Payoneer payment processor is lightning fast » Post #8

Sun Apr 22, 2018 03:37 in General Talk

hahahaha ... payoneer? hahhaha.... i guess u were just one of those lucky ones that didn't get cheated. u should read their forums and find out how many thousands of their members hv been cheated. payoneer debit card annual fee $30!!! urgh!!!!!! :thumbdown:

Skrill horror fee in Australia...tasman1 » Post #17

Sun Apr 22, 2018 01:18 in General Talk

too bad Tango does NOT allow CASH withdrawal ... only as e-gift/voucher. that's the reason why i do not use it . besides Amazon shipping fees is dang sickening when shipped to malaysia. it only benefits much for American and other nearby countries...definitely NOT for Asian countries

Skrill horror fee in Australia...tasman1 » Post #9

Sat Apr 21, 2018 08:17 in General Talk

Malaysian has to pay $6.50 ... no choice too for us now. That's why i cashout around every 2-3 months so that i wont lose too much. some members cashout very often even with paypal but then when you accumulate those fees together, it makes no difference....in fact, it could be more than skrill fee as skrill charges fix amount for each transaction whereas others charge by percentage. so, be wise!

CHECKLIST COMPLETED FOR BEGINNER » Post #6

Sat Apr 14, 2018 19:30 in Your Stats

yashraj2810 wrote: hey congratulations.. and don't worry you are from tier 1 list country.. just keep trying,,, happy :clixsense:

Malaysia is NOT in Tier 1, it's in Tier 2

VERY Fast Cashout from SKRILL ! » Post #13

Thu Apr 05, 2018 04:53 in Malay

kennyhoo84 wrote: WD this morning to HLB bank, noon already received...60 USD fee around RM26...the fund more safe and faster compare to using exchanger or pay to "3rd party" to earn commission,the fee more higher and ur fund more risky...

problem is newbies doesn't know anything, so they think whoever else say could offer better rate would be a solution to their fast cashout. '3rd party' = kerwin8 :lol: ... only newbies believe him coz he has a purple name. they will never learn .... he gets free money doing nothing in here but the prob is others still think its 'tolong sama diri' ... hahaha ... they only tolong the lazy one! :thumbdown:
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