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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.

MrMango

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  1. Understand. My lifelong friend and business partner in Hong did the same thing in 1968 I think - swam the Pearl river with the Chinese guards shooting at him and a few years later, worth millions of US$.
  2. Actually January and February, tourism was petty good. We were virus free up to a couple of weeks ago, so mainlander's took vacations here as they did not have many choices. We also have been impacted by the lack of Japanese Golfers - It was cheaper to fly to Hawaii and play golf for a week or so than play golf in Japan. Actually most of the Luau entertainment is done by an independent company that works the different hotels on different nights and most of the dancers are Philippine decent.
  3. How about all of the people who die becase of the quarantine? Ok so what. Common sense and old news. Your usual bs. I have never said that we should immediately return to past times, but a total quarantine that stops the economy is worse than moderate actions. Been there, done that a few times. But not the best on the island
  4. Yep, and also killed the economy....... At some point, the cure is worse than the illness.
  5. Hawaii has just announced that ALL arrivals will be quarantined for 14 days upon arrival.
  6. I would think that the CC you purchased it with would credit you the price if the flight was cancelled.
  7. I did not imply that the bird was badly designed, but to point out that the 737 engine placement was not the root cause for its problems. In the past, we have engine(s) mounted in the tail, nose, above the wings and in back of the cockpit and none had stability problems.
  8. I did see something interesting, the engines.... They are huge! something like 11 feet in diameter and they are mounted ahead of the wings, not underneath, similar to the new 737...
  9. My father had an ongoing war with Gophers. He would spend hours watering the hole, only to have the gopher exit from another hole. Finally he used Carbide. He would put it in the hole, add water, and the carbide gas that was heavier than air would sink to the bottom, then one match, and it was the same results as the vid. But he never got rid of the gophers....
  10. My Ti Wifes home is Amanat Charoen where she is building her retirement house. I am amazed how the area has changed over the last 15 years from a small rice village to urban.
  11. Interesting, you in Ubon? My Thai wife is from close to Ubon and we are building a house there.
  12. An interesting opinion with almost no facts.
  13. Ok so what? I pointed out that when you mount engines on the tail it effects the CG much more, and of course when you mount engines on the front, its the same.
  14. This is old news and doesn't make sense to me. Aircraft engines have been mounted in the wing, on the wing, over the wing, on the tail. on the front etc.
  15. I agree that none of that helps Boeing, but to say that the test rocket malfunction is taking Boeing down is a streach.
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