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“He prefers to call his vehicle a tuktuk, which is "more modern, more for tourists".”
“A tuktuk is a sort of moped with a roof, and this Nano is a tuktuk with doors.”
“The next morning I walked down the street to find a songthaw (kind of tuktuk) to take me to the bus station.”
“We left Champasak early the next morning and arrived a few hours later on the island of Don Det by means of: a tuktuk, a “ferry”, a sawngthaew, a public bus, a motorbike, and yet another “ferry”.”
“You can get around Angkor today on a network or relatively well-paved roads via car, tuktuk, motorbike, bicycle, horse-drawn carriage or elephant.”
“Today we had most of the day to ourselves again, and so a few of our group took a short tuktuk ride to Sojourn hotel - an upscale cluster of bungalows owned by the same people as The Villas where we are staying.”
“Our tuktuk driver automatically assumed we would use him for the temples”
“Melissa's newfound ruthless bargaining alter ego re-emerged on the docks and she stuck to her guns of B100 for the trip, which was accepted eventually by a very sulky tuktuk driver.”
“We found our tuktuk driver asleep under a tree and then moved on to the next temple.”
“The tuktuk driver took us to the ticket gate where we were issued with our tickets, complete with a photo of our hungover heads and then we continued on to the temples.”
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Bilby says I should have one. Even though most of these are on my other lists (the ones that weren't, I didn't really want to list).
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