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White in colour. It has 18,000km on the clock and is in excellent condition
bodily and mechanically.
The CBR500R is a great intermediate sports bike. A powerful engine, precise handling and this model has ABS brakes. It also returns over 70mpg.
The bike has one years tax and insurance and green book in my name ready for easy transfer.
Two keys and a Honda toolkit included.
Genuine reason for sale I have purchased a bigger bike.
Tel: 063 147 0355 or 092 969 4119
No time wasters. Genuine buyers only.
Applied for an E-visa which arrived 1 day after, the ladies can get a visa exempt at the immigration in Yangon. Booked Air Asia for 2200 Bt/person, drove by car to Don Muang.
Day 1: Flight from BKK to Yangon, Visit Shwedagon Pagoda and park
The terminal 2 is now open
Between terminal 1 and 2 is a large food court with a good choice of eateries.
Checked in online, there is a remark on top of the boarding pass to do the document check (checking the e-visa) which is done in BKK at the gate while in Yangon at the baggage drop.
Since when do they have the flight info in Chinese?
Chevron is committed to its Thailand investments despite job cuts that have spurred rumours of the US oil major's exit, and may keep a Myanmar gas field stake if no attractive offer is made for the asset, an executive said in a statement on Friday.
The US oil major - the country's largest oil and gas producer, supplying more than one-third of its natural gas demand - operates several exploration and production blocks in the Gulf of Thailand.
Its main concessions at the Erawan gas field and nearby blocks are due to expire in 2022, with the government planning to put them up for auction next year.
"The core assets that we operate in the Gulf of Thailand are a core part of Chevron's portfolio and we have intention of it remaining a core part of our portfolio. We are not leaving Thailand," Stephen Green, president of Chevron Asia Pacific Exploration and Production said in the statement.
The government decided earlier this year to put up for auction oil and gas contracts expiring in 2022-2023 after activists had protested a proposal to extend the concessions with existing operators.
Chevron and other license holders will be able to participate in the sales, and if no other bidders surface, then Bangkok will negotiate extensions of the concessions with them.
A Chevron spokeswoman said separately that the company has not decided if it will participate in any auction, and that "they are willing to work with the government".
Chevron and its partners aim to invest more than 100 billion baht ($2.9 billion) in 2016 for projects in the Gulf of Thailand, and are on average drilling 300-400 wells each year to maintain production levels, according to the statement.
Chevron has also put its Myanmar gas block stakes worth an estimated $1.3 billion up for sale. Thailand's PTT Exploration and Production Plc has said it is keen to make the purchase.
The offering includes Chevron's 28.3% stake in Yadana, one of three major gas fields in Myanmar that supply to Thailand, which uses natural gas for nearly 70% of its power generation.
"We are focusing our resources on our operated assets. We're happy to keep it if the market value of it is not what we think it should be," Green said in the statement.
Chevron this year laid off more than 800 staff and contractors in Thailand to cut $500 million in costs to weather the fall in global oil prices.
Chevron Thailand now employs about 1,600 staff and another 1,300 contractors, the statement said.
Maybe not a subject that everyone would wish to read and hopefully this never touches any of us at any time but the info contained within the documents may one day help someone if placed in the unimaginable position of being affected by the loss of a friend or loved one.
There are no signs, you have to turn right at the traffic lights behind Bang Sare.
You have to leave an ID about 50 m into the Soi, in exchange you get a pass which you show to the guards about another 50 m. A bit later you have to purchase the entrance tickets for the beach: Thai 50 Bt, farang 100 Bt, no discount for presenting your Thai drivers license.
Follow the signs, you will pass the accomodation of the higher ranks:
Some soldier (or sailor?) will rip your ticket apart and soon you can enjoy the view.
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