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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. I can't speak for the price of medications (don't need any), but one thing I have noticed is that the price of supplements are generally expensive in Thailand (apart from the ones made locally). There is also a massive variation in the prices charged by different pharmacies. I generally get any supplements I need from Piping Rock in the USA. Their pricing is very competitive especially if you buy a few items together to keep the shipping costs reasonable. A years supply of vitamin B-12 for example is a lot cheaper on Piping Rock than the price quoted for Methylcobalamin in the opening pos
  2. The correct answer is the first report has to made in person and any subsequent ones can be done on-line 👍
  3. The park opening time is definitely 05:00 to 21:00 (same as all the other public parks in BKK). By the way, Benjakitti Park is actually three different parks - The original Benjakitti Park runs from Ratchadaphisek Rd to Sukhumvit Soi 10. This is the best park and the one with the lake. Benjakitti Forest Park opened in 2016 on land released by the Tobacco Monopoly and runs from Soi 10 towards Nana. https://bk.asia-city.com/events/news/central-bangkok-got-61-rai-park-year-and-no-one-noticed Benjakitti Forest Park Expansion is the one recently opened and runs from Nana area to S
  4. Here's a couple of more articles regarding the history of Patpong that you might find interesting http://www.thebigchilli.com/features/patpongs-favourite-son-tim-young http://www.thebigchilli.com/features/the-original-hippie-behind-mississippi-queen-patpongs-legendary-soul-bar
  5. Just an observation - Is there any reason why your kitchen, bedroom and bathroom cabinets seem to be anchored to the walls rather than extending to the floor? seems to be a poor use of space Personally, I'd be a bit concerned about that plot of land opposite your balcony- looks like it's big enough for another condo block
  6. I remember that lass.......I think she featured in your "Grab-A-Granny Bangkok Style" thread ?
  7. I've got an HSBC account based offshore in the UK and there is a £10K limit for on-line transactions. For larger amounts I had to write to the branch manager (or speak to him directly) to get the transfer approved.
  8. Angel City Diner on Sukhumvit Soi 11 (opposite Bed Supper Club) has received some good reviews. http://angelcitydiner.com/
  9. . Actually, he's talking about the Siam theatre which was burned down by the Red Shirts and later turned into a shopping complex. The Lido(Apex) and Siam Scala won't be there much longer. The ownwers (Chulalongkorn University) are replacing them with a big shopping mall when the leases expire next year. Personally, I'll be gutted when that happens - I was a big fan of the Apex group of cinemas.
  10. Giroud hasn't scored for the Arse.....yet
  11. I read somewhere that he's still the owner but might sell during the high season
  12. The owner is now the ex-owner. He sold both the Lone Star and Jolly Friar on 30th May
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    Not so....the pro English manager brigade were only too happy to see McLaren appointed. All the negative stuff came out when things started to go wrong. Capello : Qualified for World Cup, Qualified for Euro Championship, Decent win Ratio, Improved the coaching standards, Left a much better squad in place than what he inherited. Yep..that's a success in my book. I'm saying the FA should appoint the best man available for the job. Whether he's English or not is irrelevant. I'd be quite happy to see Gus Hiddink in charge if Harry Redknapp doesn't want it.
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