Home Pro (Depot) Opened Back Up Thailand – Subscriber Meet Up

In this video I bring yo to Home Pro (Depot) for a look around, after it opened back up from being closed due to the current world situation. Since moving to Prachuap Khiri Khan, I’ve been itching to buy bikes for Gift and I, in the hopes of getting more exercise in. We also meet up with a subscriber (Retired US Marshall and former solider) and his girlfriend to have lunch. Follow mw on Instagram at joegreenwtf. Please don’t forget to like, share and subscribe.


  1. Pleasure to be one of the first commenters Joe. Having lived on and off in Thailand for many years, I look forward to your vlogs. You seem an honest and open guy. Best of luck to you and Gift.


  3. I noticed you buying mountain bikes – good, they say most stores here in Houston are running low on bikes cause most ppl are buying them up. I’ve had my bikes now for a number of years – mountain, comfort & road bike – depends on where I want to ride that day , I’ll email you pic – Be Safe & God bless – Chuck’s out riding his road bike now

  4. You both are living the life. You rent which is very smart. Your not tied down. Don’t ever change that. When comparing the rents to the cost of owning it doesn’t make sense. Plus your free. I enjoy watching your videos

  5. Hi Joe, Another great vlog entry! Is HOME PRO in any way affiliated with Home Depot here in the USA or is it just a coincidence in the choice of name(s)?

  6. Thankfully the supply stores never closed here otherwise I wouldn’t have been able to work at all. Looks like good all purpose bikes you guys got, I miss riding on the beach, the food in that area is so fresh, delicious and cheap πŸ˜‹
    Thanks for sharing, many blessings to you, Gift and family πŸ™πŸΌ
    Cheers 🍻

  7. Very noticeable flicker of the lights. Can be fixed by switching from NTSC (60hz) to PAL (50hz) if camera has an option to. Or use certain shutter speeds and frame rates that are multiples of 50hz, 1/50 1/100 , 50p etc

  8. Your videos have inspired us to come and stay at Bang Saphan and have lunch at JJ Burger next month. We live in Hua Hin and enjoy your positive approach and that you are helping the stray dogs. Good job Joe.

  9. you like that restaurant πŸ™‚ I can see why was very good
    P.S. Have kanok RIch check LINE sent him info on bluport and buggie boards he asked about. sorry to ask noticed he did not see, He is keeping the beaches clean Sorry to bother you have a great evening

  10. I apologize for the flickering lights everyone. Something I should have noticed when uploading my video. Stay safe! All the best!

  11. Absolutely love the Home Depot stores. Prices do look great. My last bathroom remodel cost $700.00 for the toilet and it was not the top of the line. The only videos of yours I like better are the Drone shots. Great job on this one Joe.

  12. I loved the tour of Home Pro. Looks like a Ikea store. I am a bit confused on the bikes. Why did you buy four(4) bikes when there is just the two of you? Stay well my friend.

  13. I wish I can come to Thailand n see u n Joe, with our current circuit breaker in SG. U GUYS are nice people, hope 1 day we will meet n have a good meal n fun together, Joe.

  14. Looks like a great store and most prices were much less than USA, how far from where you live to there? Was it in a bigger city
    You both are looking well, cant wait to see you both soon I hope. Thanks

  15. Please wait at least 10 years before looking to build/buy a house! Just relax, rent houses or cottages at different places and travel! (I want to watch travel videos from Asia, not home remodeling πŸ™‚

  16. Did he say $45.00 to $50.00 for that lunch in The US ? Now that’s funny πŸ˜†. It would more than likely be $75.00 plus a tip.

  17. Looks like you are having a good time. I feel sad for Americans, you guys got hit hard on the pandemic. I hope everything will get better in the USA. Welcome to Thailand, stay as long as you want, be part of us.

  18. Hi Joe. Here is some info on the flickering. It depends in which country you are in. The power supply change in certain countries either at 60Mhz or 50Mhz. You can normally determine that to like at a appliance like a fridge or iron or something that you have bought or see at a shopping centre or on the DB BOARD in the house. The mode for camera’s can be changed in the settings either something like PAL or NTSC.
    Here is more info I found on the web.

    depends on the power source frequency your country is supplying.
    in order to eliminate flickering at 50Hz you have to be in PAL mode, at 50fps or 25fps.
    in this way, the frames are taken in the same moment of the sinusoid. 50fps in the same at 25fps in the same plus and minus part.
    the thing is, in this way, the fluorescent tubes and LED light source are stable in the footage.
    same in 60Hz country, use NTSC.
    what is HEVC (h.265) in NTSC at 60/120/240fps is HEVC in PAL at 50/100/200 fps.
    what is not HEVC (h.264) in NTSC is accordingly not HEVC in PAL.

    Give a try and experiment.



  19. Great vid Joe and Gift. I’ve also recently just purchased a bike having been out of the saddle for 26 years. I rode everywhere up until i got my license at 25 y.o. then stopped cycling virtually overnight. I was pretty well much influenced by Chuck to take it up again by watching his cycling vlogs. Hope to see some cycling vlogs from yourself and Gift. All the best from Australia! πŸ‘πŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ί

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