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Conveyances

September 10, 2012

This post will have spelling errors.

I just did a bit of travel. Here are my means of transportation. I’m only listing conveyances that I took when I was actually carrying all of my stuff and thus “moving.”

So, since I left my apartment in Seoul, I took a bus to Incheon Airport, a 777 to Detroit, a rock star killer to Kansas City, and my brother’s car to his house in the burbs in February.

I rode in the Old Man’s car to Lawrence, Dylan’s truck to KCI, another rockstar killer to DTW, another 777 to ICN, and a bus to Nowon, Seoul in March.

In April, I took a bus back to ICN, an Air Asia flight to Kuala Lumpur, a bus to KL Sentral, a subway to my hostel, a subway to the bus station, a bus to Mersing, a boat to Tioman, a boat to Mersing, a bus to Melaka, a bus to Tapah, a bus to Tana Rata, a bus to Penang, a city bus to Georgetown, a minivan to Hat Yai, a minibus to Trang, a van to Ko Lanta, and a van to Krabi.

In May, I took a minibus to the Krabi jetty, a ferry to Ko Phi Phi, a ferry to Phuket, a bus to Takua Pa, a bus to Surat Thani, a minibus to Don Sok, a Ferry to Samui, a songthew to Mae Nam, a walk to the pier, a catamaran to Ko Pha Gnan, a van to Haad Rin, a songthew to Thong Sala, a boat to Ko Tao, a walk to Sairee Beach, a moto to Mae Haad, a catamaran to Chumphon, a bus to Khao San Road, a walk to a Bangkok canal, a canal boat to Chit Lom, a Sky Train to Asok Station, a subway to the Bangkok train station, a train to Chiang Mai, a van downtown, a songthaew to the bus station, a van to Pai, a motorbike around Pai, a van to Chiang Mai, a van to the bus, and a bus back to Khao San Road.

In June, I took a walk to the canal, a canal boat to National Stadium, a Sky Train to Victory Monument, a van to Ban Phe, a boat to Ko Samet, a walk to beach, a walk to the port, a boat to Ban Phe, a van to Victory Monument, a taxi to KSR, a taxi to Phya Thai, a train to the Bangkok airport, a flight to Yangon, a taxi into town, a taxi to the bus station, a bus to Kalaw, a van to the trek starting point, a walk to an Inle Lake inlet, a boat to Nyaungshwe, a taxi to the junction, a bus to Bagan, a trishaw to the Winner Guesthouse, a walk to the bus station, a bus to Mandalay, a cab to the east side of town, a moto taxi downtown, a walk to ET Guesthouse, a moto taxi to the bus station, a bus to Yangon, a bus to Sule Pagoda, a cab to the airport, a flight to BKK, a train to Soi 101, a moto taxi to Jon and Dana’s, a walk to a cab, a cab to BKK airport, a flight to Clark, an aircon jeepney to Dau Bus Terminal, a bus to Cubao, the MRT to Malate, Manila, a cab to Manila Airport, a flight to Dumaguete, a tricycle to Harold’s Mansion, a walk to the port, a boat to Siquijor, a motorbike to the hotel, a motorbike to the port, a boat to Duma, and a walk to Harold’s.

In July, I took a Trike to airport in Dumaguete, a flight on Cebu Pacific to Manila, a cab to Malate, a train to Cubao, a walk to the bus, a bus to Dau, a trike to a hotel, a walk to another hotel, a cab to Clark, a flight to BKK, a train to Phya Thai, a cab to Khao San Road, a cab to the Bangkok train station, a train to Ayutthaya, a walk to the ferry, a ferry across the river, a walk to Tony’s Guesthouse, a walk to to ferry, a ferry across the river, a walk to the train station, a train to Lopburi, a train to Lampang, a cab to the bus station, a bus to Chiang Rai, a bus to Chiang Khong, a tuk tuk to the port, a boat across the Mekong, a tuk tuk to the bus station, a bus to Luang Prabang, a tuk tuk into town, a tuk tuk to the bus, a bus to Phonsavan, a van to the hotel, a van to the bus station. a bus to Vang Vieng, a walk into town, a pickup to the bus station, a bus to Vientiane, a minibus into town, a pickup to the bus station, a sleeper bus to Pakse, a walk into town, a van to the 4,000 islands port, a boat to Don Det, a boat to the port, a bus to Kratie, a van to Phnom Penh, a tuk tuk to the hotel, a bus to Siem Reap, and a car into town.

In August, I took a minibus to the Siem Reap bus station, a bus to Phnom Penh, a walk to the hotel, a walk to my other hotel, a walk to the port, a boat to Chau Doc, a bus to Saigon, a city bus to town, a bus to Dalat, a van to town, a van to the bus station, a bus to Nha Trang, a van to town, a moto to my hotel, a van to the bus, a sleeper bus to Hoi An, a walk to the hotel, a walk to the local bus, a local bus to Danang, a moto to the train station, a train to Hue, a van to town, a moto to the train station, a night train to Ninh Binh, a train to Hanoi, a walk into town, a van to Halong Bay, a boat on the bay, a van back to Hanoi, a cab to the airport, a plane to Manila, a plane to Dumaguete, and a tricycle to town.

Since then, I generally walk or take a tricycle cab for a quarter. It’s been nearly two weeks since I’ve been on any conveyance for longer than five minutes.

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