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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.

sinbinjack

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  1. Thank you guys I will look out for them when next in town.
  2. Egg and Banana Rotti are these a real thing? I just watched a video of this girl in Bangkok making these Egg and Banana Rottis and they look delicious, is there such a thing in Pattaya as I would love to try some on my next visit.
  3. If you can get a mate to lend you his Sky Go password there is a host of great TV there, including Game of Thrones, and a VPN should let you watch in Pattaya. I don't know that that will work but I keep hearing from people who know more about it than me who say it will. The new House of Dragons is also bloody good.
  4. Having looked, a little more closely, I can get a flight on Turkish for £463 and on Austrian and Swiss for £503 for my dates. Dont fancy Turkish so probably Austrian and Swiss.
  5. THAT IS TAKING THE PISS . I wanted a return and that was what I was quoted. I will have to look closer in future . But last time I flew with them the £380 - £420 was the price I was paying.
  6. Just go on Qatar air web site and put in, 10 May to 10 June. I did try to copy the page, but it did not work. prices are from £377.88 and up business £1683.32, and first £3499. These are the lowest prices I could find on that site I have not even tried the cheap ticket mobs as yet. These prices are from London Gatwick. On looking further there is a £1575 business fare but on a 22 hour total flight
  7. I can only advise on my personal experience, so here goes, everywhere you stay for a month in Thailand will charge for water and power the exact price you should ask about before booking and always check the meter. So far, and I hope I am not pushing my luck, I have not been disappointed with my choices especially when I take into consideration the prices I payer before and at the end of your stay. same thing with Wi-Fi, ask. AirBnB do not charge deposits AFAIK and I am a seasoned user on 3 continents. As for legal issues I have no idea what those might be but if the landlord is letting a plac
  8. Having sat in the bar for many long hours I can only remember the next door as the Devils den on the right, facing the bar, and a nail or hair shop on the left. Mind you II have not been in almost 3 years.
  9. I have done a little more research on prices and for a month in May-June the prices on Qatar are from £380 to £410, so a massive saving on the £1000 quid for this month . I still can't fathom why this is so much different.
  10. I think I will just wait till the low season, when I normally come, and hope for some better deals in may and june.
  11. I find that the cheap option always work for me so that's what I am looking for,but there seems no flights that meet those factors and at a £1000 for a flight I am not going. The most I ever paid was around the £500 for EVA premium economy and I swore I would never use their "premium" service again as it was not worth the £100 extra. Things will either get back to some semblance of normality or my Thai adventures have come to an end. Over the last few years, pre covid, I have paid between £360 and £480 per return and whilst those were generally in April or May I have found nothing even remotel
  12. Yes Granted there are problems butI seem able to get fares not much more than before for other destinations.
  13. Is it just covid or something else that is making fares rocket upwards. The cheapest for me if I go this month is approx. £1000, or is there something else going on I know nothing about.
  14. Going only on the pics you posted and seeing the pics of the AirBnB places they are just as nice. But if as you say you don't have a long vacation, then it's probably easier in a hotel, but I like my long, summer long, vacations and the AirBnB s are a very good option with most of the lower priced options being very good and some of the higher priced places being great.
  15. I think that place looks good, but at £50 a night Its IMHO a fair bit overpriced and anyone paying £100 has far too much money. There are many really good AirBnB places just as nice for £10-15 a night if you are staying a month.
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