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2019 Our last Pyro Holidays

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#1 bangkokpyro



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Posted 06 May 2018 - 07:07 AM

Next year I will be running the last Pyro Holidays.


They take a great deal of preparation and time to plan for and get materials ready for the guys to build their shells.

B.P for burst, lift and Polverone, stars cut, round and pumped, priming everything, I spend weeks before the holidays start making all this stuff.

Big rockets and Talai are coming under regulation here in Thailand and the days of 1000 kg monster rockets will be just a memory in a few year from now. Add to this the fact that at 60 looking after a group of people for 14 or 21 days is starting to get too much for me so next year will be the last year I do the holidays.


We have 2 holidays planned


Jan 2019  12 days. This will be mostly building cylinder shells and other devices at my workshop with a few sightseeing trips in between and of course a display night to shoot the stuff we make on the last day.


May 2019  21 days. This is a pyro's  dream holiday, big shell building, trips to rocket festivals and Talai festivals, a trip to Angkor Wat in Cambodia and lots of other side trips and travel around the country

I have some confirmed bookings already on both trips so have just a few places left free at this moment in time.

3 available places on the January holiday and 2 places on the May holiday. This 21 day holiday is suitable for ladies as well. We have 2 couples booked and during the time spent at the shop my wife will provide alternative things for the girls to do while we build shells.


More info, prices and schedules can be found on my website. www.bangkokpyro.com or email me  bangkokpyro@hotmail.com

#2 Ian SB

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Posted 02 June 2018 - 08:43 PM

Sad to hear you are finishing your pyro holidays. I am just starting back after a 40 year break from making fireworks (I am 69 now). Things are so different now with the internet. Would your shell building holiday (if still available) be suitable for my limited practical knowledge of shell making?

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