In early April of I discovered I needed to go back to Antigua to testify in a court case as an expert witness. I had visited the gorgeous island three years earlier to do the required inspection of the defective workmanship, but I was not skilled at that time in QRP HF radio and I had zero Morse Code skills. Fast forward to this year and all that had changed. I had read stories about how having an antenna next to salt water enhances its capabilities so I was dying to try it. I had operated a small handheld radio five years earlier in western Canada on a road trip trying to get into a repeater with no success.
Gabby and Douglas couldn't have been more accommodating hosts. From the delicious "starter package" dinner and breakfast, to the orientation trip to shop for groceries, to the recommendations for dinners and lunch out, to making arrangements for both rental cars and taxis One couldn't ask for more personalized attention. They made us feel like members of the family while not John's St.
Forgot Password? For a foreign civilian to obtain an amateur radio operator's license an official letter from their country's Embassy in Kabul to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is required. On receipt of that letter, a license should be issued within two or three days.