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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. https://www.bangkokpattayahospital.com/en/healthcare-services-en/lasik-and-supersight-surgery-center-en.html I was wondering in any one has had the SuperSight surgery done in Pattaya?
  2. I live in Angeles City, Philippines and have a nice 2 bedroom up and down apartment close to the action. I am looking for someone in Thailand or Cambodia interested in swapping apartments on a monthly or 2 month increments. When you there I am here and vise versa. I have a maid that comes in 2 days a week, a car and scooter so transportation is all set. Apartment has great WiFi, full cable TV, 2 split type air cons. I am a non smoker and very light drinker. I keep a very clean apartment and would expect the same from you. If interested send me a PM please. Thanks I goggled it and there were many sites for just that, here is one that looks pretty good. Not many mongers im guessing https://www.homeexchange.com/en/
  3. I was wondering if anyone is in Pattaya now and is planning a trip or returning to Clark, Pi in the next few days or so. I am looking for some assistance with a Pilipina to return her to Pi.
  4. I was thinking it would be cool to go to Cambodia for a few days. Anyone know a easy and some what inexpensive way to get to Cambodia from Pattaya? I have my Filipina gf with me so we wlll be going together. Would like to stay over in Cambodia a few days and let her do some shopping there. I am trying to get her passport to have a few more stamps so I think that would a cool little trip. Any help would be great. Thanks
  5. I was wondering if anyone has a recent reviews of Center Condo's in South Pattaya? Thanks http://www.centercondosouthpattaya.com/
  6. We went a few weeks back, had no problems at Clark but I have heard nite mares. When we were there everyone tried to speak Thai to her, she laughed and said Philippino, no Thai.
  7. I was wondering if anyone has a Filipina GF living with them in Pattaya? If so how does she like it.
  8. I am looking for a one month condo rental in the Central Pattaya starting November 13th or so. I would like a studio or 1 bedroom furnished with swimming pool. I would like in the 10-15000B range. This is a test run to see if I really like it there as much as I did last week. If I do I will be looking for long term rental in March 2013 in the same area. Thanks
  9. I live in the Philippines now and am a American and was wondering If I went to the Thailand Embassy in Manila can I get a visa there?
  10. Was in Pattaya last week and rented a Honda, the best experience I have ever had renting a bike. Sent a text and within 15 minutes the bike was at my hotel. Will be back in January for a month and for sure will get a motor bike again.
  11. Am staying there next week, will give a full review with pics.
  12. 01. Cover your stump before you hump. 02. Don‘t be a fool cover your tool. 03. If you think she‘s spunky cover your monkey. 04. Wrap your bait before you mate. 05. Don‘t be a loner cover your boner. 06. Plug your funnel then enter the tunnel. 07. Package your meat for a real nice treat. 08. Wrap your wanger before you bang her. 09. If your nude then tube your dude. 10. Cover your diddle then fiddle her middle.
  13. AirAsia finally cleared for take-off in Clark By Mary Ann Ll. Reyes, The Philippine Star Posted at 02/07/2012 8:51 AM | Updated as of 02/07/2012 8:51 AM MANILA, Philippines - It’s now all systems go for AirAsia Philippines, a company partly owned by businessman Antonio O. Cojuangco and port operator Michael Romero, whose maiden commercial flight could not push through earlier due to the absence of a critical government permit. The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP), after much delay, granted AirAsia Philippines its airline operating certificate (AOC) that would allow it to fly commercially out of the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA) in Clark, Pampanga. AirAsia Philippines is 60-percent owned by Cojuangco, Romero and former broadcast journalist Marianne Hontiveros in equal shares, while the rest is owned by Malaysia-based AirAsia Bhd. led by Tony Fernandes. AirAsia Bhd is one of the world’s most successful budget carrier. Romero told The STAR that with the issuance of the critical AOC, AirAsia Philippines will be mounting flights to new destinations one after the other. Hontiveros, AirAsia Philippines president and CEO, had said that the carrier plans to use the first plane to fly to Singapore, Hong Kong and Macau. Aside from the three international destinations, the carrier plans to fly to Kalibo in Aklan province, Puerto Princesa in Palawan province, Incheon in South Korea, and Bangkok in Thailand. In the last quarter of 2011, AirAsia Philippines had been granted rights by the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) to Malaysia, Cambodia and Japan. The carrier was granted 1,260 seats a week on the Clark-to-Kuala Lumpur route. It was also granted seven flights per week on the Clark-to-Cambodia route. Moreover, AirAsia Philippines was granted six flights per week that it can utilize either on the Clark-Osaka route or Clark-Nagoya route. AirAsia Philippines, which hopes to have a fleet of 14 or more aircraft in about four years from 2011, is expecting the delivery of another two aircraft this year, Hontiveros said. The carrier unveiled plans for a $25-million capital expenditure in December 2010. Its parent has been flying to the country since 2005 from Kuala Lumpur and Kota Kinabalu. AirAsia Philippines had planned to commence operations as early as October last year but failed to do so, pending the receipt of the necessary permits from regulators. AirAsia Philippines in August last year had already received a temporary operating permit from the CAB. CAAP director general Ramon Gutierrez has said that the application took a long process as airlines are required to submit data on its aircraft, proposed initial training for crew, documentation of maintenance system, among others. CAAP had to review the documents submitted as well as conduct an inspection of the airline’s facility as part of the process for granting an air operator certificate, he added. Last year, the carrier’s first aircraft, a 180-seater Airbus A320, arrived at its hub in Clark. Its second aircraft, meanwhile, was delivered later in 2011.
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