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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. For those who have to go to Thailand during the school holidays, July-August, the best price i've seen so far is £618 on Qatar airline with ebookers.
  2. Just searched and found this thread. I just stayed at the Diana Inn, april 15-18 '06. Cost me 1,200 B per night. On my last night i decided to have a look at their buffet breakfast. 110 B the sign said. But when i tried to pay the girl told me that it's free to guests! Wasn't told this by the reception on arrival.
  3. When i first bought the tickets in december, the layover in Abu Dhabi (going) was for an hour and a quarter, with an arrival time in Bkk for 18:00. Now, with their revised schedule, it's a three hour stop in AD, arriving in Bkk at 20:00!
  4. That sounds nasty Dave. Was your return flight out of bkk at about 21:00? - Because that's what ours is. Depart LHR - return LGW. If they mess around anymore with the schedule i won't use them again, regardless of price/service.
  5. Cheers Phillip. I read that you're going in april like us. Which airport are you flying out of? We're on the 21:15 out of LHR.
  6. Dave & Phillip, I booked with Etihad, paying 4 months in advance. Later i get an email from ebookers.com about a change in the schedule, everything has been moved back 15/20 mins. How did your schedule change? Cheers.
  7. Which terminal do Etihad arrive at in bangkok airport?
  8. Does anyone know how much those fake designer watches sold in Pty are costing these days?
  9. They do bother with emails as they've just confirmed my booking. Now, i wonder if they will remember that when i arrive?
  10. And i thought that was just me being lazy.......
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