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  1. I moved to Vietnam (after decades in Thailand) a year and a half ago :A new passport is on its way, so just one more (Vietnam visa run with the old one). Planning on flying into Bkk from Saigon in a couple of days to escape the madness of Tet new year (just like I always fled the unbearable Songkran before) and then ride my bicycle through Cambodia back to Vietnam, getting a new Vietnamese visa in PP. When in arriving in Bangkok I will politely ask the IO to put the visa-exemption stamp on one of the half/partially empty pages(plenty of those still left) the same when entering Cambodia probably at Poipet (would prefer Ban Laem, but E-visas not accepted there). Just hope I won't get one of these farang/barang haters who just out of spite puts the tiny entry/exit stamp in the middle of a blank page.
  2. Never done an E-visa, but might do one this time to save a full page in a passport that has only one or 2 blank pages left which I need for a new Vietnamese visa. Am I correct in the assumption that the e-visa does not entail a full page visa sticker, just the tiny arrival/departure stamps?And entering overland from Thailand only Poipet and Hat Lek, not Ban Laem, accept E-visas
  3. Although this post should be in the Cambodia forum, hardly anybody reads and there are so many expats in Thailand doing visa runs to Cambodia that I am more likely to get an answer in the Thai visa forum:Never done an Cambodian E-visa, but might do one this time to save a full page in a passport that has only 2 blank pages left which I need for a new Vietnamese visa. Am I correct in the assumption that the Cambodian e-visa does not entail a full page visa sticker, just the tiny arrival/departure stamps? And entering Cambodia from Thailand, only the Poipet and Had Lek borders accept E-visas?
  4. I prefer the Russian sex coaches to this Siamese nitwit.
  5. thecyclist

    New start Chris

    38 is old for a Thai woman:her goldigging days are over unless she is willing to hook up with guys twice her age, her choices are very limited.
  6. At least for AirAsia (done it with them), but I assume for most/all airlines :unused tickets you get a refund of the airport tax:The cheapest flights around are often just 1200 Baht of which 700 is tax:so in the end the throw-away ticket costs you only 500 Baht.
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