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38 minutes ago, HashBrownHarry said:

Krabi - clean beaches / clean water / lots of places to visit / cheap hotels.

 

Was there early November for a week - fantastic.

Agree. Just back in Phuket from two weeks around Krabi and especially Ao Nang. Stunning beaches and hotels really cheap at moment especially walk in prices (a great deal cheaper than online prices)

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7 hours ago, Pilotman said:

rubbish; its got to be Cleethorpes. Best fish and chips south of Whitby. 

Whitby ~ Happy Childhood Memories

And yes ~ Cracking fish'n'chips 🙂

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18 hours ago, Rhacsyn said:

Agree. Just back in Phuket from two weeks around Krabi and especially Ao Nang. Stunning beaches and hotels really cheap at moment especially walk in prices (a great deal cheaper than online prices)

Well enjoy Walk in prices Now , because soon they will be all back on Hotel Sites with stern contracts , Air B&B is the way to go at the moment check out those prices , First 

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1 minute ago, chicowoodduck said:

Pattaya...<deleted> hole as always...just pick a spot! 🤔🤪😱

We don’t need the Pattaya Bashers Commenting , Yank Bashers , Either , Just stay in Isaan with your time foil hats...

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23 hours ago, HashBrownHarry said:

Krabi - clean beaches / clean water / lots of places to visit / cheap hotels.

 

Was there early November for a week - fantastic.

Agree!  Had a lovely visit last Fall.  

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6 hours ago, Ireland32 said:

Pattaya is Great No Crowds , use Air B&B fantastic prices , search monthly’s stays 

Before some misery guts,manages to knock Pattaya, i agree with you.

The beaches are nice,koh larn is still.open,little traffic elsewhere.

Malls open and still plenty of bars and restaurants.

Its more lively than elsewhere in thailand.

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Has anybody ventured to Koh Chang of late?

 

I really like it down there and interesting to hear that walk in prices are far cheaper as opposed to Agoda etc

 

Mind you, if it's so dead, there are plenty of resort places in Isaarn offering peace and quiet, OK, there no beaches as such or actual hotel discounts as they tend to usually get local trade up here.

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15 hours ago, Ireland32 said:

We don’t need the Pattaya Bashers Commenting , Yank Bashers , Either , Just stay in Isaan with your time foil hats...

Ok, just stay on your bar stool and calm down......and have another beer in your dream world.....🤔😱😁🤫🤫🤫

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8 hours ago, HashBrownHarry said:

With an attitude like that then yes, it's better you stay home.

 

 

I'm not at home. I'm touring Thailand staying at hotels which are all near empty with little or no atmosphere. 

 

But thanks anyway for your post, even though you assumed incorrectly.

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Nemises said:

I'm not at home. I'm touring Thailand staying at hotels which are all near empty with little or no atmosphere. 

 

But thanks anyway for your post, even though you assumed incorrectly.

 

 

 

 

I understand your feelings about atmosphere.

Overcrowded,is not nice,but seeing nobody,is boring.

Its anice feeling,when on holiday,seeing people having fun and enjoying themselves.

I like that atmosphere in pattaya,even after visiting,for years and now living here..

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1 hour ago, Nemises said:

I'm not at home. I'm touring Thailand staying at hotels which are all near empty with little or no atmosphere. 

 

But thanks anyway for your post, even though you assumed incorrectly.

 

 

 

 

You are welcome.

 

Just out of interest, did you expect everywhere to be packed? 

 

 

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8 hours ago, Scouse123 said:

Has anybody ventured to Koh Chang of late?

 

I really like it down there and interesting to hear that walk in prices are far cheaper as opposed to Agoda etc

 

Mind you, if it's so dead, there are plenty of resort places in Isaarn offering peace and quiet, OK, there no beaches as such or actual hotel discounts as they tend to usually get local trade up here.

Koh Chang is Quiet and still beautiful,  but but not dead some bars/ pubs with live music, saw rooms advertised for 250b. Just a heads up on BKK bank, it is closed on island for the time being.

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