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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.

keyman

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  1. Save water - drink more beer!! ๐Ÿ˜
  2. So it wasn't the bike that was dangerous, but the baht bus driver? Sounds like your biker was the safer one on the road, not the bus. Stick to bikes and not the buses!!
  3. Chicken or lice? Chicken or lice? ๐Ÿคฃ
  4. I think it's an American thing. Don't worry, I didn't get it either!
  5. It's that time of year again, guys - the bikers are back! Burapa Bike Festival is on from Thursday 13 Feb to Saturday 15 Feb. the perfect place to take your loved one for Valentines day ๐Ÿ˜‚ See you there, chaps! KM
  6. That's gonna take a long, long time!! Make sure you have wheels on your luggage!! ๐Ÿคฃ
  7. That's a fuck of a long flight!! I hope they have plenty of toilet rolls!! ๐Ÿ˜‚
  8. From the FCO website: Thailand is experiencing a drought that has led to some sea water entering the fresh water supply and tap water. This issue may continue for several months. Thailandโ€™s Metropolitan Waterworks Authority advise that there is no risk to public health from drinking tap water but salty water can affect people in higher risk groups, such as those with kidney disease. If you are concerned about the risks to your personal health, you should drink bottled water and/or get medical advice.
  9. Then obviously it should be in the funnies section, where I have now moved it to. KM
  10. Sorry, was that too difficult a question?
  11. Is this a real story, where you can provide a link, or just an excuse to post more porn?
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    Baht

    Guys, if this keeps along the political track, it will be moved to the politics forum. The topic of this thread is 'Baht' KM
  13. I always bring 50s, but I always ask the bank for clean ones, explaining that they won't be accepted in Thailand if they are marked. They give me the opportunity to check them and will change any I feel are too marked. When 'tilling up' in a bank, if they haven't got enough in a till to make up a 'wrapped' amount, they write on the top note of the pile how much the value is. You also see marks from people/shops who use a marker pen that detects forgeries, especially on larger denominations. Hope that helps. KM
  14. Cheques? (Checks) - Do people still use those? I haven't used a cheque for nearly ten years!!
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