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    Down on the bayou

    howdy doody from King Creole

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    LOL. I find that Cajun food is somewhat similar to Thai food. SO I had an easy adjustment to the food in Thailand.

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    ^...aside from the abundant use of shrimp and a few spices, how are they similar?...
    ...majestically enthroned amid the vulgar herd...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post

    how are they similar?

    Both served on a plate or in a bowl

    both go in ur cake-hole


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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    ^...aside from the abundant use of shrimp and a few spices, how are they similar?...
    The large amount of rice, fish, and soupy meals. Both use a lot of pork as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warhammer820 View Post
    Plane tickets could be about $1300-1400 for a one way.
    Consider a return ticket if you come over on a tourist visa or you may have an awkward time getting in (not so much with the Thais themselves but with your carrier). I don't have personal experience with this, it just seems to be the standard advice. Someone else might be able to explain it better.

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    ^ Last time I came in on a Tourist visa i went online and bought a train ticket to KL and had no trouble. Customs want to see an onward ticket. Also you can return the train ticket and get a partial refund ,if done in time.

    Alot cheaper then a plane ticket that might not get used.

    www.thairailwayticket.com

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    Usually ... if booked ahead ... 2 way tickets are cheaper than 1 way. (At least in Oz ... I'm presuming it's the same in the U.S)

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    ^cheaper per trip but overall cost is higher. Usually ,anyway, they're always running special deals tho. It's worth checking.

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