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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.

yorta2

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  1. Found a great Christmas gift:
  2. I had to post this for BigDUSA:
  3. I spent over 20 years in the Navy and 'wanking' was taken as a normal function when away at sea for a long time, Jokes abounded in the messes about it.
  4. I went past Pattaya (which was a small fishing village) aboard a bus full of Australian sailors in 1965, from Sattahip, which we accessed by boat from our ship anchored just off the coast. We were enroute to Bangkok, and I have no recollection of what, or where Pattaya was. In fact I have no recollection of the return trip south neither, as I was just one other drunken sailor on the trip. It took me many years to get back to Patts, and I guess my first trip to the now much bigger place would have been in the early 2000s. I did return (alongside) to Sattahip in the late 60s, during the Vietnam war, but stayed locally.
  5. I befriended a bloke who lived a few doors down in Australia, and who was a Muslim from Bangladesh. I invited him over for a meal and said we were having roast pork and a few red wines. He came, and he drank a few wines, and also ate (and enjoyed) the roast pork. When I questioned this he said that people of his faith are expected to make mistakes sometimes, and that pressures of modern living sometimes also meant that, to avoid offence, occasions might arise when they may have to partake in possibly banned behaviour. He said he would go to the temple the next day and pray for forgiveness and all would be okay. This is just the same as the Muslims that come to Pattaya and enjoy all the pleasures of the body and soul and, when they go home, pray for forgiveness until the next visit.... My friend enjoyed many glasses of wine with us over time and I hope that he is a very forgiven man.😄
  6. You got most of mine there in one go.
  7. About 5 or 6 years ago a mate and myself decided to do a bar crawl of the Volkswagen combo bars. He drank Pina Coladas and I drank Margaritas. We had a jug of each at each stop, drinking from the jugs. As the vans were generally quite a way apart, and we were walking, we stayed pretty sober. We were lucky that another site gave us a map of where the vans were, and it proved pretty accurate. An enjoyable evening on the "poncy" cocktails.
  8. Great shots. It's funny how my memory was jogged by each of the statues, otherwise I may not have recognised which bars, etc. they were.
  9. That bloke sitting near the window doesn't seem to be too impressed with her. Maybe he's watched it 10 times already that day. Me, I'd eat her 'til her head caved in.
  10. BM 'Pool Hustler', in this forum (Transport in Thailand) and operating under DK Car and Bike Rental, or something like that, seems to have a pretty good name, and he offers full rental insurance. I have never used him, or his cars, but worth asking. I have only rented from Hertz Hire in Thailand, as I've got Gold Card membership and the rates suit me, as well as their international reputation.
  11. Whilst I also strongly support Nam's Taxi, I used Tans Taxi last visit and it was just as good. Also on Facebook.
  12. No Mate, but 'slimish' (to me) means a bit slimy. I would have used 'sliimmish'.
  13. Just had to post this shot of a typical Thai bicycle path out in the sticks (so I am told, He He):
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