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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.

Evil Penevil

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  1. That was my suggestion, too, but I sent it privately to the Mods. It's definitely misleading to have a headline reading "RIP." Evil
  2. I'm kicking this thread alive again. There's always a need for information about inexpensive restaurants which serve good food. I'm trapped in the U.S. due to Covid, so I can't offer dining experiences more recent than two years ago, but I can help out by posting menus and info on specials from restaurants' Facebook pages and Web sites. I would advise everyone to check the restaurants' social media sites to be sure the information below is still accurate. Things change fast in these strange times! I'll start with the LK Metro area. The Rockhouse has a new menu. Whenever I ate there, the
  3. I'm bumping this thread to wish everyone Ever wonder why we call a turkey a turkey? The answer goes back more than 600 years. In the 15th century, African birds called guinea fowl were exported to Britain by Turkish merchants of the Ottoman Empire. The birds were called Turkey cocks or hens and the name was eventually shortened to "turkeys" or "turkies." When English explorers reached North America in the 1500s and saw the bird we today call the wild turkey, they thought it was a relative of the (guinea fowl) "turkey" with which they were familiar. The name stuck. A guine
  4. Your question should be addressed to frostfire or one of the Mods. I'm a long-time member of Pattaya Talk, but I have no "official" standing. As far as I know, though, there's no minimum number of rep points required for advancement. I believe MM (RIP), the former owner of Pattaya Talk, required 20 posts to gain full membership, but I'm not sure if that still applies. MM put in place the membership requirements and reputation system to deal with problems that have largely disappeared. The major destructo-trolls no longer have any interest in the Pattaya boards and nowadays prefer to po
  5. @frostfire and @jacko I believe the limitations on the Upgrade group go back more than a decade to the days when some individuals, a few previously banned, would join Pattaya Talk for the sole purpose of voting up a certain member's posts at the maximum number of votes allowed per day. They would also vote down the posts of members they didn't like, especially the opponents of one hungry little fellow. Martin wanted to limit the ability of new members to give reputation votes until they proved they weren't just trolls trying to manipulate the reputation system. The main reason, though,
  6. Happy Birthday with a cherry on top! Evil
  7. @rainsberger A mod at P-A has acknowledged my message. They are now aware of your problem and are looking in to it. I have a feeling it might be related to the situation that forcebwithu noted in post #5 above. Evil
  8. I forwarded the OP's post to the admin and mods at Pattaya Addicts. Evil
  9. Hard-frying egg yolks does appear to be a Thai thing, possibly related to a fear of salmonella but mostly just a matter of taste. I have encountered a lot TGs who were totally shocked that farang ate eggs with runny yolks. I used to order pad krapao moo at least once a week at a favorite Thai hole-in-the-wall restaurant, but the cook absolutely refused to lightly fry the egg. Evil
  10. I know a lot of BMs are interested in breakfast deals. The mega breakfast at Nicky's for 195 baht looks to put more food (and calories) on the plate at a lower price than any other restaurant in Pattaya. The pic above is from a Twitter post. According to Nicky's FB page, there's also a "full English breakfast" for 99 baht. It's more food than most of us need in the morning. Both the mega breakfast and the full English include a choice of tea or coffee. They look to be proper English fry-ups! The Robin Hood Tavern in The Avenue shopping plaza also has s
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