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  1. Motorbike rental VS Public transport

    Quote Originally Posted by Arwing View Post
    Also, some useful information can be found at . But it's all in Thai.

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  2. Motorbike rental VS Public transport

    Quote Originally Posted by Arwing View Post
    There is also a free shuttle sawngthaew (Green in colour) that takes you to Airport plaza. Unfortunately, this doesn't pass through the city centre (walled/moated area). Below are details of the times and a map of its route.....

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    This free shuttle bus takes you from the airport CNX to Central festival, via Airport plaza.

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    The time table and route.

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  3. Motorbike rental VS Public transport

    Quote Originally Posted by Arwing View Post
    I'm a big fan of motorbike rental, especially in Thailand. You can base yourself anywhere you desire, yet still have the freedom to go where you want, when you want. But with THIS.....

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    One of the favourite spots. Nawarat bridge, inbound to Tapae Gate.

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    This guy had a license, so was fine.

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    I didn't have a license, so got a fine.
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  4. Lost & Found in Translation

    Chapter 1

    It was all started when I was a young chap, freshly graduated, willing , ambitious and a first time visitor of Thailand and as I remember, it was the Summer of 1987 when I arrived at the old Don Mueng airport .
    Those were different times, there was a huge crowd just out side of arrival terminal lounge, pushing and dragging, every single passenger coming out of the gates and offering them all types of "decent" and "indecent" services.
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    Updated 24-09-13 at 11:58 AM by skyaslimit

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  5. Sid Leonard - From California

    I joined in 2007, but have not used this wonderful site until recently.

    As a retired school principal, I served as a volunteer English teacher with WorldTeach at a teachers college in Bangkok many years ago, where I met my Thai wife (then an instructor at the college). After residing in the U.S. for the last 20 years, my wife and I intend to move permanently to Thailand. So, I have been working on learning the language for all these many years - not so easy for one my ...
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