Jen approaches a cabbie and asks, first if he knows where the place is, and second if he can take them there for free. "You no have money?" he asks, and agrees to help them. As they ride to the Pit Stop, Jen says they'll worry about the rest of their stuff later. "I'm not too worried about my clothes that are there, I'm just worried about my passport." Yes, I would think that most of their Racing wardrobe could be replaced easily enough at the University of Louisville student bookstore.
Way back at the Road Block drop-off point, the Stuntmen are just arriving, and are surprised to se that there are two cabs still waiting there. Thai cabbies must be the most patient in the world. Although I don't see Margie and Luke's taxi there, even though he was still waiting when we saw Cara and Jaime return for their stuff. They must have told him that Margie|Luke no longer required their services, or Jaime simply yelled at him until he went away. Mark pays their new cabbie his four hundred baht (about eleven bucks and change, base on today's exchange rate), and they get in their original cab to return to Chinatown.
Victor and Tammy have their driver stop for directions. Behind them, Team Go Team's driver also stops, but when he confirms where he's going, they tell him to leave without sharing with Victor and Tammy's driver. "Hopefully he knows we're not friends during the race," Jaime says. Out of all the obnoxious things Cara has had to listen to Jaime say, it's this one that causes her to roll her eyes. But Jamie actually has a point, even if Victor hadn't done it to them a few legs ago. Which he did. So now there are three taxis on the way to the Pit Stop.
Meanwhile, in a traffic jam somewhere, Mark is waxing philosophical about how you can't change the past. But having their old cab back helps. "We got our stuff to bargain with if we don't have enough money, and we'll see what happens." By the way, their taxi's meter's currently reading 759 baht, or about $21.45. That's a good-sized dent in the money they got for the leg, and we already know from Krasnoyarsk that these two aren't great savers.