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  1. I used to fly tiger air straight to clark from bangkok but i don't think that route is still available. Flying to clark vs manila is ideal as it will save time and money. However, if you fly to manila and want cheap transport to angeles there are many options. Look at flythebus or swagman for options. Private taxi isn't too bad either depending on your budget. I've done both. Tiger air has some issues booking online and their flights are often late or delayed. However it's par for the course for philippines airlines. You mentioned going to AC and Olangapo (Subic Bay) both within 9 da
  2. I've been considering a trip to Koh Chang actually. Probably heading to Pattaya again this week but maybe next outing with be the big island. I agree that there are gems to be found everywhere and I probably could have explored more places, but with a fairly large bar scene (less than Bangkok and Pattaya, about on par with Huahin) I expected more from Udon.
  3. Notwithstanding this trip, I'm still looking for new spots to visit and explore. If any of you have found interesting or unique places off the beaten path (Bangkok central/ pattaya) please post.
  4. Lately I've been trying to travel around a bit more to see new places and get out of the big city a bit. I've recently moved just outside of Bangkok (Patum Thani) to that end as I was tiring of the traffic and state of affairs in my last area. After reading stickman's recent article regarding Udon Thani I thought, well why not give it a shot. Boy was I disappointed. The trip over was painless enough- I flew from Don Muang to Udon for about 800 baht with a duration of about 1 hour. Taxi from the airport to the hotel located in the 'city center' was 200 baht standard. No real options fo
  5. Rolando- More often than not you'll hear Gin Khao Roo Yung over Sawatdee. You will then answer either, "Gin khao leaw" already eaten, or, "Yung" Not yet. Also, to sound a bit more natural try saying Wadee kap as a shortened form of Sawatdee. It's also very common as a passing greeting to ask Ja Bai Nai, where are you going? Answers will be, Bai Tiaw -out for fun, Bai Thura -errands, or, you guessed it, Bai Gin Khao, out to eat.
  6. Unless the song is something like learning the alphabet I'm not sure how that will go. I did learn a lot of japanese with childish songs to remember verb conjugations and the like, but haven't heard any of those for Thai. If you are eager to learn and feel you have a good handful of vocab down i'd really recommend activity-based studying. For example, ordering food- learn common words and set phrases you'd use in a restaurant. Taking a taxi, picking up a girl, meeting relatives, getting out of an awkward situation, etc. etc.
  7. You can't hop off and ride another day. Your ticket is only good for the day and route on the ticket. Depending on how busy the route is you can buy tickets right before they depart but it may be full. A day or two before usually gets you want you want. Usually you are at each station for just a short time and wouldn't walk to walk away and risk missing the train. However, at every stop many vendors will board the train and sell everything imaginable, including alcohol. That was supposed to have stopped after the young girl was raped (big news story) and they clamped down on some regulatio
  8. As has been discussed in other threads, I tend to agree there will be more and more coyotes across the bars as this will retain the 'adult' feel of the entertainment areas, but the availability of women (particularly on the cheap) will lessen.
  9. Very interesting article, House. There are probably a lot of police bigwigs who are similarly worried about being replaced and trying to do whatever they can to keep their positions. If a cleanup happens in pattaya I imagine things don't bode well for Bangkok's sex trade
  10. I've been to Lebua and it was awful. Extremely overpriced, pretentious food. Spent 20-25k baht on dinner for 4. The skybar was very crowded and over rated as well.
  11. I like Capri and a pub next to checkmate (I don't like checkmate though) There is a very expensive French restaurant (sorry all the names are escaping me) that was just awful. Not surprisingly we were the only 4 customers.
  12. I've been there probably a dozen times. Some good food but everything is over priced. Great place to take a non bargirl (or a bargirl that you just want to pamper) as they will enjoy posting Facebook photos from the food to the shops to the river. During holidays like LoiKrathong it is extremely packed there to the point you have to walk a mile minimum to get out of the traffic.
  13. On my iPhone I just click "full version" at the bottom of the page below the "post" button, then click, "more reply options" and you will have an attach photo option that can access your camera roll. If you want to go back to mobile view just click "mobile version" and you're back. Maybe there's an easier way, if so I'm up for hearing it too.
  14. Hope he continues cleaning up various scams and problems around Thailand.
  15. I too enjoyed them for a quick few rounds before or after the discos. Often get some interesting characters coming together there and can be a lot of fun. Those small bars on sukhumvit can be ok but anymore they are overrun by Africans and ladyboys so I haven't stopped at one for a while. Will be interesting to see the next thing that goes if and when the Junta hones in on the adult areas more.
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