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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. Also available (or similar) on the NHS app (at least, in England it is, I have heard rumours that it is not available,in other parts of the Uk), that you can download as a pdf to print out, or request an emailed copy. This also contains two QR codes, one for each jab.
  2. Thailand is in the amber list.... test before you depart, isolate at home for 10 days, prebooked tests (paid for, not nhs) on days 2 and ?7/?8, but you can pay for a 3rd test on day 5 and leave isolation sooner
  3. The date is also wrong in the OP. 144. Restrictions on international travel will need to remain in place for the moment. However, following the Taskforce’s report in April, the Government will take a decision on when these can be removed, which will be no earlier than Step 3 (17 May). This decision will be dependent on the global and domestic epidemiological picture, the prevalence and location of any Variants of Concern, the progress of vaccine rollouts here and abroad, and what more we have learned about the efficacy of vaccines on variants, and the impact on transmission, h
  4. Not sure exactly where last year, but Fakebook has just reminded me that 7 years ago I saw in the new year in one of the hotel rooms above the Beer Garden, overlooking the bay and the fireworks. It was made more memorable by having two cute and naked young ladies with me on the balcony....
  5. This might explain the type of high roller tourist they are after.... https://www.pattayamail.com/featured/new-thai-tourist-visa-restricted-to-charter-flights-and-private-jets-315309
  6. I'm thinking that personally (and somewhat selfishly) this might be a positive... For the past few years I've escaped the UK winters, spending 5 months I thailand. A snowbird, I think we're called. I've just about got my mind around spending the winter in the UK, stuck indoors out of the rain with the heating on, but this might be doable. Yes, there are hoops to jump through, and it will cost a bit more than normal, but.... But no, it wont be any good for the 2 week tourists. I think the only issue will be getting the embassy to agree to your application. If they're only
  7. There is a fakebook group called pattaya condos for rent and sale, that has condos for, er, rent and sale, all over the place. I'm amazed at some of the bargains there are out there, although of course they may be bargains for a reason....
  8. Oh, you old cynic, you....!! ? ps. I agree!
  9. That was very much like my Emirates flights on Monday. Like you, I am waiting with dread.... I've got a sore throat, but always have that on my return, and my temperature is 35.7, so I think I'm ok at the moment. I'm just keeping myself to myself...
  10. I booked direct with Emirates as well, and tried twice to talk to them. I was a business class customer, but gave up having been on hold for 40 minutes, and 50 minutes. The couple next to me on the first flight had been told by Emirates that there were no economy seats available, so they bit the bullet and paid the difference for a business class flight home.
  11. Emirates got me back to the UK. The bkk-Dubai was delayed for 2 hours, meaning I had a -5minute changeover in Dubai, but they held the gatwick and Heathrow flights as there were loads of us in the same predicament. The first flight must have had 40 cabin crew/flight officers on board, in full uniform, as passengers, presumably being shipped back to Dubai for transportation back to their own bases. Service on both flights was basic, cabin crew rarely appeared in the cabin. Many, but not all, wore masks. Cant comment on Dubai airport, as my incoming and outgoing flights were 3 g
  12. I've just checked in online for my Emirates flights tomorrow evening.... I'm guessing their website is rather overloaded as it took some time to do, and it doesn't want to email my passes to me. In my mind it's one less opportunity to be bumped off the flight, and I'm sure i can talk to a human at swampy and get them to issue passes.
  13. FWIW, I've just walked from 2nd road soi 15, to and road, down 13/3 to beach road, right to royal garden, back to walking street, up soi diamond, up pattaya tai to buckhou and back to condo. It was between 8pm and 8.30, so early. I think I saw 20 other tourists, mainly Russian youngsters i think. Walking street had 2 or 3 hello people outside each of the restaurants. Beach road had maybe 10-15 girls, no more. I saw 3 others as I walked back. Even the tourist police have reduce numbers!!! If I was coming for the girls and beer, I wouldnt bother.
  14. Update. Thanks to @Brown1950 for this thread. I'd heard nothing from emirate by 2.30, so I tried to ring Emirates bkk office. Twice. Gave up at 40 and 50 minutes, and rebooked online for the same flight numbers but 2 days earlier. Had to pay the change fee, (think I read that the website had to charge it) but will argue the toss with Emirates about this when I'm home.
  15. Hmm. I fly into London gatwick on the 25th.... or I did!
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