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Old 09-02-2006
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Seattle to Bangkok

First, full disclosure. The ink on my ASA certificates is still wet and I earned them on a two-week wonder course. I know just enough to get myself into trouble so keep this in mind when you read my question.

What is the best way to get to Bangkok from Seattle? When would be the best time to leave and by what route considering currents, winds, seasons, etc. Would you go up and around the north edge of the Pacific Rim (B.C., Alaska, Russia, Japan...) or would you take a southern route (Hawaii, Micronesia, P.I....)

What are the standard reference manuals for this sort of undertaking? Please point me in the right direction, figuratively as well as literally.

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