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Displayed prices are for multiple nights. Check the site for price per night. I see hostels starting at 200b/day and hotels from 500b/day on agoda.


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  1. Another possibility is that someone has found the router's password and is using your bytes. I've known it happen. Turning it off is always a good idea.
  2. On the few occasions I have been, my hotel was happy to arrange pickup from the airport. Doing it that way means that you know in advance what it will cost, and the driver wn't muck you about.
  3. I've transitted Istanbul several times over the years, but it's over three years since the last time, and I was flying fron Britain, not USA. So I don't know what things are like now. Based on my memories, it should be tight but with luck, it should be just about do-able. I would allow forty minutes to get off the aircraft and through security into the transit area. (May take an hour if the park the aircraft away from the terminal amd bus you to arrivals. Then you have to find out which gate your onward flight leaves from (plenty of display screens in the transit area, switchin
  4. I'd say you are right about security - I always estimate 30-40 minutes to get through security. However, I've been let past security on a couple of occasions at Istanbul when the first leg of the trip was delayed and they had a large number of onward passengers. So it might be just possible if the inward and onward gates are close together. I would be very worried about checked baggage - twentyfive minutes does not seem long enough to get the bags off the aircraft, sorted into destinations and on to the onward flight.
  5. FWIW, the English experience (not sure about the other countries in the union) has been: Originally, the recommended interval was two to three weeks. At one point, it was extended to eight to twelve weeks. This seems to have been a political decision intended to conserve stocks because of a possible supply problem. There was some surprise when the longer interval gave better immunity than the original interval.
  6. Sorry, but I can't help with Tapatalk, although I can remember seeing complaints a few years ago on several forums about Invision software and Tapatalk. Maybe that bug has reappeared.
  7. I'm not sure - but I would guess that the page didn't download correctly, in which case refreshing the page might make it work.
  8. It's still there - you could try his youtube channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/LePubPattaya/videos
  9. I'm sure you're right. My annual policy has a condition that required me to stay away from areas that the FCO says are unsafe.
  10. You may well have a point there - I have often wondered about the extent to which the survival of Thai Airways is seen as a matter of "face" by/for the thai government.
  11. Well, Glitter Man is still with us - I've seen him a few times in the last year, cycling around Merton in South West London.
  12. Tickets can be bought many months in advance of travel. At that time, neither the airline nor the sales staff can know what the entry requirements will be at the time of travel. At check-in time, the rules will be known and if you don't meet the requirements, you will be denied boarding because on arrival, the airline will be responsible for returning you to your departure point.
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