Greg Curtis

Greg Curtis

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    I need some info on transport in Thailand.

    Don't forget that the AirAsia flight in Thailand are really cheap. If the view from the bus is not the prize, treat youself to an au$30 express flight......... over 11 years ago

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    Good restaurants in Hobart?

    I went to the Golden Harbour chinese restaurant at the weekend. It's the most authentic southern chinese food I have had since we lived there. Its BYO with reasonable prices. over 11 years ago

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    I´m searching cheap accommodation, and some interesting places to visit

    Go up to Kota Bharu (fly on AirAsis real cheaply) and take a boat to Pulau Perhentian and learn to dive or just relax in this tropical island paradise. Much better than Penang or Langkawee............ over 11 years ago

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    Where can I buy one-way travel insurance?

    I usually take out the travel inurance from the webjet.com.au . Its cheap and has no exccess on claims. However, when we lived in China we bought http://www.WorldNomads.com insurance because it was so flexible. The period of coverage ends at the expiry date or when you return home, if earlier. You can also extend the period while you are still travelling and stay away longer! They also seem to be flexible as my partner wanted to go home for a wedding and not have the insurance cancelled. When contacted they agreed to continue the cover. It's http://www.worldnomads.com almost 12 years ago

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    Good restaurants in Hobart?

    Solicit in North Hobart, the fillet steak is great. over 11 years ago

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    Reverse charges (call collect)?

    We usually take the laptop along and connect in to the hotel/guesthouse wireless Internet. If you buy some Skype credit you can call just about anywhere. Australian fixed lines 2cents a minute and 20cents to mobiles. In Ho Chi Min City I could pick from 10 local hotel wireless networks none of which were secured. I might buy a smaller netbook for my next trip. (Many Asian airports have free wireless too.) almost 12 years ago