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    us
    Author: Shipwrecks & Sunken Treasure In Southeast Asia

    Sep 2005
    Oceanside, CA
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    Shipwrecks

    The Southeast Asian Treasure Connection is back up!

    After a longggg break, The Southeast Asian Treasure Connection http://www.tseatc.com/ is back up and running now. If you're interested in treasure hunting in Southeast Asia then please check it out.
    TW
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    nz
    May 2009
    New Zealand
    9

    Re: The Southeast Asian Treasure Connection is back up!

    Hi, AL here, nice site, you filled a niche with that, good on you.
    I've been to SEA quite a few times (without a MD) and have been doing research on different subject related to SEA for years but not on physical treasure that can be found with a MD (yet).
    I bet the locals in the back country would be intrigued if you walked around with a MD, and in some places the whole village would follow you around (definetly ALL the children), but it could led to all sorts of old stories about 'treasure' emerging out the woodwork (one would need an translater).
    Of course 'Trust' could be an issue and 'Officials' but a bit of 'Backshish' usually sorts that out.
    However the larger the value of the treasure the more dangerous it could become....
    Keep it up mate and tell us some of your personal travel storys from there.
    AL.

  3. #3
    us
    Author: Shipwrecks & Sunken Treasure In Southeast Asia

    Sep 2005
    Oceanside, CA
    162
    3 times
    Shipwrecks

    Re: The Southeast Asian Treasure Connection is back up!

    G'Day Al,
    Thanks for your support. Well I did do a bit of MD in a few places there around SEA and you're right, the locals were definitely intregued and following me around everywhere. I even had the kids trained to dig for me when I got a signal, mate! haha.. I did donate some of my finds to the Singapore National Museum so they were happy with that and after that I could pretty much go detecting anywhere I wanted with the blessing of the local government. I posted a few of my finds on the web site so go check it out there.
    Please feel free to post anytime on the SEA Treasure Connection forum. Let's share some 'fish tales'. haha.
    TW

 

 

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