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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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yorta2 last won the day on August 21 2018

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  1. I was trying to get back to my house (roads closed) and I had to work my way through the bush, walking, and dodging barricades. I had been evacuated from my house due to bushfires and didn't know if the house was still there. Luckily it was - the fire was being controlled about 350 metres up the road. Not good memories, and the year got worse....
  2. When we stayed down there, it was a chill-out time. we had already spent a busy 2 weeks in Thailand, and she (as lovely British) girl wanted a couple of nights just with me. She booked and paid for the resort and, I must say, I enjoyed it. We did catch their mini-bus into Pattaya twice - once day time and once night time. I think it was fairly expensive at about 400 baht (for the 2 of us), return, each trip, but they picked us up at the designated time, and maybe that was a fair price. I believe that buses are much more expensive there now, around 500 baht each. Sorry about the thread going off topic. The beach would be better with a makeover, but the resorts should pay for most of it IMHO.
  3. I was among the first to stay at the Sun, Sea, Sand Resort at Na Jomtien, for 3 or 4 nights back in around 2006. The beach there was only a few metres wide, and the sea just as filthy as in Pattaya, but only a couple of hundred metres down the beach was (what I think is) the fishing village you saw. We had a beautiful seafood lunch there in the restaurant right on the beach. We remember not well. The resort has got bigger and a lot more costly. There was also some sort of elephant farm, or refuge between the resort and the main road. Russians owned it and there were nightly live bands there.
  4. I agree completely. I have lived in a number of States in Australia and pronunciations vary widely. I can pick a Victorian, or a Tasmanian, or a 'West Wallaby' almost immediately after speaking with them. As an Aboriginal man, I can pick up accents based on other Australian Aboriginal languages very quickly too.
  5. Rhino Tusk: Ah, Kassalong - I have had a few very talented girls there over the past few years,🙃 I usually walk down Soi 6 from Soi 4 and directly into the front door.
  6. I have enjoyed Dennis' hospitality at the Metro in Soi LK Metro many times, sometimes too many pints of Guinness and, on a couple of occasions, too many Jamesons.
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