let’s do a line

let’s do a line (Thailand stories part 1)

My stubbornness, attention deficit disorder and inability to fall in line has gotten me into another tough situation, to say the least. 30-minutes into my arrival at Thailand and I’m already getting screamed at by some crazy Thai guy and his friend as I sit in the back of their heavily tinted car.

Let’s rewind 30 minutes earlier…..

Upon arrival at the beautiful Bangkok Airport, the first sign of the English language reads “Welcome to Thailand – The Land of Smiles!” I walk up to this sign and underneath it, find a very grumpy looking old man who obviously did not get the memo about the new marketing slogan. I hand this man my passport and attempted to smile at him while he (whom I will now refer to as Grumpy Bear) stamps my papers, gives me the death stare and shoves me off to the next line.

After getting in line to meet Grumpy Bear, who then sends me off to the immigration line, after which I again wait in line for my baggage – I finally arrive at another line, for a taxi. This is the part where my absolute inability to tolerate lines goes haywire and I rush out a different door to asses the situation and see what other options I have. I skip the entire line of about 30 people and head outside. You say karma; I say efficiency.

Outside, there are only two things:
        1. The front of the long taxi line
        2. Some guy outside the airport gate screaming towards me asking if I wanted a taxi.

My heart was saying no, but my body, my body was saying yes….

I cross the street and ask the guy if he can take me to Khao San Road, the ultimate backpackers paradise in Bangkok where tourists, locals, hotels, bars and clubs can all be found on one amazing road. The taxi screaming guy demonstrates his superior understanding of the English language while simultaneously telling me to jump over the fence. I realize that this may cause a commotion and tell him that I’d rather walk around it since the end of the fence didn’t seem too far.

At the fence’s end, I find a heavily tinted dark blue car with a driver in it while the taxi screaming guy (whom we will now refer to as Shitface), pops up behind me and tells me to hop in. Again demonstrating his fluent control of the English language.

So I take a time out from reality and jump into my own world called “Vince’s Logical Land.” Don’t worry if you never heard about it, it’s not a big tourist place and there really isn’t much to do there anyway.

While in “Vince’s Logical Land,” I assess the situation; I take note of the heavily tinted car with two guys in it and no signs of being a taxi, nor any signs of being friendly.

My Spider-Sense concludes that this is probably how many horror movies start.

As much as I’d like to star in my own film, “The Bangkok Chainsaw Massacre,” I actually decide that I should get back to the airport and wait in line for a real taxi. And that’s when my old friend, A.D.D., shows up.

Vince: “Oh dude cool music, I love that song with the boots and the fur and all that, reminds me of San Diego,”
Shitface: “Yes, very good music, you go in car now, I take you to your hotel.”
Vince: “Sounds good.”

In the heavily tinted car with Shitface and Robin (like in Batman and Robin, but with no Batman), they start the normal chitchat about life, current events and my intelligence level.

Shitface: “You come Bangkok before?”
Vince: “No, this is my absolute first time here, I know nothing about this place or where you’re taking me.” (I didn’t say it exactly like that, but looking back, I pretty much said it as so.)
Shitface: “Very nice.”

Ten minutes into the ride, my good friend Shitface asks me again what hotel I’m staying at.

Vince: “Oh I already told you, the Sawasdee Banglumpoo Inn”
Shitface: “I no understand”
Vince: “You told me you knew where it was a second ago…”
Shitface: “No understand, you have reserve?”

I then show Shitface my hotel reservation with the name of my hotel. He starts talking to Robin in Thai.

Shitface: “Oh, sorry my friend, I think you say different hotel. You hotel very far, cannot take you for only 400 Baht (FYI – 1 US Dollar = 33 Thai Baht).
Vince: “Ok……..”
Shitface: “If you go with airport taxi, cost you very expensive, maybe 3,000 Baht
Vince: “What!? Hell no!”
Shitface: “Yes my friend, but it ok, I give you discount, only 2,000 Baht.”
Vince: “Dude, I was told at the airport by the information desk that it would cost about 400 Baht to get there”
Shitface: “No understand. I take you for 2,000 Baht ok?”
Vince: “Fuck no, take me back to the airport!”

It’s funny how all of a sudden, Shitface’s English becomes selective, meaning he understood some things that benefited him, but did not understand some English if it didn’t do any good for him. Quite a skill he had if you asked me.

We argued for a while, which included Shitface and Robin screaming at me. I hold my ground and tell them that I’m not paying a dime over 400 Baht as discussed. I even ask them to just drop me off right there in the middle of the freeway.

Shitface: “Ok, I take you back airport now.”
Vince: “Sounds good, sorry for any inconvenience.”
Shitface: “How much you pay me to take you airport.”
Vince: “Are you serious?”
Shitface: “You pay me 400 Baht, I take you airport”
Vince: “Fuck no you shitface! You should pay me for wasting my time, I could be out drinking with my friends by now! I’m not paying you to take me back to where I was!”
Shitface: “No understand, ok you pay 400 Baht?”

More arguing continues and Shitface finally says that he would give me the ultimate deal, 600 Baht for him to take me to my hotel. My stubbornness has a reputation of getting me almost killed many times before – why ruin a good streak?

Vince: “NO dude, I’m broke, I don’t have money, I’m not paying you anything more than we discussed!”
Shitface: “Ning nang nong nung blah blah blah!” (He started screaming at me in Thai.)
Vince: “You’re gonna kill me aren’t you?”
Shitface: “Nong nong nang ning” (More screaming in Thai)
Shitface: “Ok, I take you for 400 Baht
Vince: “Thank you, I’m really sorry if there was any sort of misunderstanding…”
Shitface: “You pay now.”
Vince: “What! No! I’ll pay when we get there.”
Shitface: “You pay half now.”
Vince: “NO! I’ll pay you when we get there.”
Shitface: “We no gas, what you do, push car?”
Vince: “So you drove out of your home, with absolutely no gas and no money on you? Well I don’t care, just let me out here.”
Shitface: “Oh my friend, we get you other taxi.”

At this point, I’m reaching in my bag for whatever weapon I can find, just in case.

To my surprise, Shitface and Robin actually stop on a well-lit street, and flag down a cab for me. They then talk to the cab driver, and the cab driver ends up handing Shitface some cash.

I switch cars and the only English my new cab driver speaks is “400 Baht”

We arrive at my hotel and the meter on this “real” cab reads at 200 Baht. I figured that Shitface already took me about 100 Baht worth in distance and the cab just took me the rest of the way. So it probably would have cost me 300 Baht to get there with a real cab had I waited in line at the airport. I’m also guessing that the money the cab driver gave to Shitface was from Shitface telling the cab driver that I would give $400 but they already took me half way there anyway.
 
So, there I was, safe and sound at my hotel. Adrenalin rushing through my veins from the events that just took place.

I drop off my stuff in the room and head towards the nearest bar for a much-deserved drink. Only problem is that there seems to be a line to get in most of the bars close to me….

No wait, there doesn’t seem to be a line for that place down that dark alley….. let’s go check it out…

 

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5 Responses to “let’s do a line”
  1. RAGSdale 21 August 2008 at 7:17 pm #

    Vince – my friend, we do think alike at times. I laughed so hard at the “you say karma, I say efficiency” comment! I was doing the same thing in Amsterdam (I know very hard to compare the two language wise but take into account its me and AMSTERDAM!)

    Glad to see the first part of your trip – you line junky =P

  2. Khoa 21 August 2008 at 8:41 pm #

    I am thoroughly disappointed in this post… I was expecting to ready about cocaine, yo. =)

  3. Joanne 23 August 2008 at 3:49 pm #

    Wow, thats crazy! Glad your ok, damn gypsy “cab” drivers. Torres and I are in Paris now, you can check out are blog at http://joanneandmattinparis.blogspot.com/ (shameless plug,no?).

    Anyway, miss you bro. XOXO

  4. Mizzi 16 October 2015 at 5:54 am #

    I think when the Westerner pays 100-200 baht, it might be acceptable to some. However, when the price is 500 baht (per perosn) it is no longer cheap and I think no longer fair for your average traveler. You can fill a car full of people in the United States and visit Yellowstone for $25.00 (for a week!). When the Thai perosn pays 100 baht and a Westerner 500 baht, it is begging for a boycott, especially if it makes you feel uneasy in some way. Usually, I don’t complain about the double pricing system, and as a long time visitor and occasional resident I don’t always have to pay, but I think the recent price surges are wrong. On a perosnal level, I just think many of these type of places should be avoided. I wonder what will happen when there is a convergence in Asian and Western currencies. Will they continue to maintain this price disparity? It is a remnant of the colonial-post-colonial era that would best be put in a museum.

  5. http://www.w3net.online/youthntouch.com 7 December 2015 at 10:55 pm #

    Hahahaha. I’m not too bright today. Great post!

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