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-1 #9 lynn gerlis 2018-04-24 00:17
:-? hello hope u could help me where could i find the sim card for my iPhone x and plan to go to greece for a month and will not use the calling only need for the maps that i need to know where to go around this place thank you hope to hear from u asap
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-1 #8 Tom Grond 2018-03-31 15:38
Quoting Ravi:
Hi Tom,
I ready your post about buying SIM cards at Istanbul airport and it was a big help. Thanks !

I will be landing at Nevsehir airport and would like to get a local SIM card for use in Turkey. Do you know if there are shops at the airport?

Best regards,
Ravi


Hi Ravi! Yes all three providers have shops at the airport in the arrival hall. You cant miss them they are really big.
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0 #7 Ravi 2018-03-29 13:00
Hi Tom,
I ready your post about buying SIM cards at Istanbul airport and it was a big help. Thanks !

I will be landing at Nevsehir airport and would like to get a local SIM card for use in Turkey. Do you know if there are shops at the airport?

Best regards,
Ravi
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-1 #6 Tom 2018-02-11 06:20
Quoting Milos:
Hello, in few days I am traveling to Thailand,- BKK, KRABI, LANTA. Pukhet, I will first arrive in BKK. So what you can suggest to me, which SIM card to Buy, and where to buy. You wrote not to buy on Airport>, please advise! Thanks :lol:


I am really sorry to see this only now Milos. If you have any questions for Thailand, shoot me an email: . Sorry! Happy to help wherever I can.
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-1 #5 Dale C. McEwen 2018-01-28 21:24
Amazing. This is a fantastic blog post. I just love the way you express yourself. Keep us posted with more fabulous posts for us to drool on.
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0 #4 Rory 2018-01-24 10:39
Quoting Tom Grond:
Quoting Rory:
Hi! I've been reading your blog about getting from Bangkok to Koh Tao. Safe to say I'm rather stuck about what to do.

The easiest option is certainly the overnight bus as it would drop at the jetty ready for the boat to take you over to the island.
In your blog post it mentions a pick up from Kao San Road. I've been trying to find this transfer online but I'm struggling and was wandering if you would be able to point me in the correct direction!

I appreciate and look forward to your response.
Rory

Hi Rory if you click on the 12go link in the article and then perform a search: Khao San - Koh Tao it shows you all the options. I would choose the one for $28.66, I like that company more. Let me know if it works!


Thats great thank you very much! Made my way to Koh Tao today! Appreciate your response.
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0 #3 Milos 2018-01-15 12:41
Hello, in few days I am traveling to Thailand,- BKK, KRABI, LANTA. Pukhet, I will first arrive in BKK. So what you can suggest to me, which SIM card to Buy, and where to buy. You wrote not to buy on Airport>, please advise! Thanks :lol:
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+1 #2 Tom Grond 2018-01-11 02:07
Quoting Rory:
Hi! I've been reading your blog about getting from Bangkok to Koh Tao. Safe to say I'm rather stuck about what to do.

The easiest option is certainly the overnight bus as it would drop at the jetty ready for the boat to take you over to the island.
In your blog post it mentions a pick up from Kao San Road. I've been trying to find this transfer online but I'm struggling and was wandering if you would be able to point me in the correct direction!

I appreciate and look forward to your response.
Rory

Hi Rory if you click on the 12go link in the article and then perform a search: Khao San - Koh Tao it shows you all the options. I would choose the one for $28.66, I like that company more. Let me know if it works!
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-1 #1 Rory 2018-01-10 04:01
Hi! I've been reading your blog about getting from Bangkok to Koh Tao. Safe to say I'm rather stuck about what to do.

The easiest option is certainly the overnight bus as it would drop at the jetty ready for the boat to take you over to the island.
In your blog post it mentions a pick up from Kao San Road. I've been trying to find this transfer online but I'm struggling and was wandering if you would be able to point me in the correct direction!

I appreciate and look forward to your response.
Rory
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