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Thailand 4* Baan Lukkan Patong Resort Phuket from LONDON (4-14.6) return flight, 9 nights + Phi Phi and Khai Islands Speedboat day trip £792.53 per couple or £396.27 pp @ multi links inc. trivago/travel Trolley

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£296.87 x 2 = £593.74 (4-14.6) http://www.traveltrolley.co.uk/BookFlightSK.aspx?DestinationFrom=LON&StartDate=04&StartMonth=0617&DestinationTo=HKT&DestTo=HKT&EndDate=14&EndMonth=0617&AdultCnt=1&Child… Read More
£296.87 x 2 = £593.74 (4-14.6) http://www.traveltrolley.co.uk/BookFlightSK.aspx?DestinationFrom=LON&StartDate=04&StartMonth=0617&DestinationTo=HKT&DestTo=HKT&EndDate=14&EndMonth=0617&AdultCnt=1&Child…
macobrum Avatar4m, 3d agoFound 4 months, 3 days ago19 Comments
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I live and work in SE Asia for 10 months of the year and have done for many years. Patong is Benidorm but without the class oO. Rip-offs abound and increasingly has spread to the rest of the island. Thailand, the real Thailand, has to be one of the easiest places in the world to travel around, do it yourself, just book a flight.
woldranger
jonneyt
casablancas
Good price but stay away from Patong. Karon or Kata are nicer which are nearby. Ao Nang is my preferred option for this area of Thailand, about 2 hours on a boat from Phuket
Please can you offer suggestions with links to places that have similar prices? Otherwise, it's kind of like saying, "Yeah, that's a good price for camping in Calne, but camping on Necker Island is way nicer."
No it's not. Ao Nang is a place, not a resort or hotel. I'm with Casablancas when it comes to Patong - if you're into ping pong shows, massaaaaaaages and being surrounded by package holiday makers then you're laughing. But for 4* and flights, this is a good price - shame you're going to be spending a chunk of your holiday sheltering from the pouring rain - our summer is their wet season!
June isnt exactly the wet season, its a great time to go. Yes there may be rain but its usually short bursts late or early and then clears up and is a welcome relief.
pat0000
Hi guys, I'm thinking of going to Bangkok for 10 days, maybe 5 HK, 5 Bangkok. I've never been there before, can anybody give me some advice, I;m going by myself, any problems for single man travelling to Bangkok? Where to stay/avoid, best time to go. Best attractions,any help appreciated.


pat....

all depends what you want really. Bangkok has everything. Great nightlife, great markets, great food, historical sites (and the sleaze side of life if thats what you want) and is very very cheap even with the pound being so poor.

I have my favourites. but you have to be more specific to what you'd like. I've been many times to thailand but I head to other places like

Koh Sok National Park
Railay Beach
Ko phayam
Samilian Islands
Pracup Kiri Kan
and many more. but if you decide only to do bkk for 5 nights. I would probably stay near the centre....between sukhumvit soi 1 to 24...would be my advice for accomodation.
jonneyt
casablancas
Good price but stay away from Patong. Karon or Kata are nicer which are nearby. Ao Nang is my preferred option for this area of Thailand, about 2 hours on a boat from Phuket
Please can you offer suggestions with links to places that have similar prices? Otherwise, it's kind of like saying, "Yeah, that's a good price for camping in Calne, but camping on Necker Island is way nicer."

put it this way, go ANYWHERE but Patong, unless you are interested in sex tourism
dont book that trip, normal boat trip will cost £20pp. as for phuket, patong is the busy place, but if u are a couple, or elder, then go to the other beaches.

I've been twice..
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From London: Campervan around Iceland June 2017, inc flights, campervan + insurance, all campsites & Reykjavik hotel £464.10pp - £928.20 @ Trivago

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If you are going to go to Iceland, then hiring a campervan or motorhome is the BEST way to do it. I eloped last year to Iceland and spent just over 2 weeks around Iceland in a motorhome, including dr… Read More
If you are going to go to Iceland, then hiring a campervan or motorhome is the BEST way to do it. I eloped last year to Iceland and spent just over 2 weeks around Iceland in a motorhome, including dr…
rachelandgromit Avatar4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago40 Comments
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your Iceland trip looks beautiful, congratulations, im hoping to plan a trip with my 25 yr old son and 17 yrold daughter for her 18th in August. Any advice appreciated, Love the idea of camper van wondered where you got yours? Also when you used camping cards did they check id as am hoping can just get one family one and pass daughter off as under 16, cheeky I know but single parent on a budget.
Thanks for the inspiration
rachelandgromit
BrianSewell
rachelandgromit
BrianSewell
NikLP
BrianSewell
Can you drink and drive in Iceland? How strict are they
Would you seriously drink and drive anywhere? Biting my tongue.
lol i just looked it up: zero tolerance basically!
So this deal involves driving around in the freezing cold, slaving in a makeshift kitchen everyday, eating food from Netto- and you have to do it all stone cold sober!! Hold me back!!!
That's how I spent my wedding and honeymoon! Driving a motorhome in a wedding dress with a Lonely Planet, stopping off briefly at a café eating a panini in the back of motorhome surrounded by Icelandic horses. Actually it was epic! Just a minor correction though, in June it isn't freezing, it was really pleasant.
when you put it like that it sounds pretty awesome actually
If you zoom in to the picture in post #2 you can see us next to the waterfall on our wedding day (this was around 830pm in the evening).
We got married on 1st June, so to give you an idea of scenery at this time of year here are a few snaps. It was actually suprisingly warm and most of these pictures were taken in the evening but it was 23 hours of daylight.https://4-t.imgbox.com/O7GCHlM3.jpghttps://3-t.imgbox.com/feRKr3sZ.jpghttps://1-t.imgbox.com/7cS22XMc.jpghttps://3-t.imgbox.com/TkZWJhhL.jpghttps://8-t.imgbox.com/muQFYtmE.jpg[IMG]https://3-t.imgbox.com/8rwbBh8L.jpg[/IMG]

Looks amazing although not sure about your make up (_;)

I'd love to go back but for something big enough for the 4 of us in the School Holidays it is coming out at 4 - 5 times as much :-(
jumpinoffthbed
Sounds like a great place to go, is it feasible to position yourself in the centre and do day trips?
You don't want to position yourself in the centre, nothing but wilderness and glaciers. We've stayed in Reykjavik twice and visited plenty of amazing places driving from there but our next trip will be a circuit of the island to get to those places that were too far away.
BrianSewell
rachelandgromit
BrianSewell
NikLP
BrianSewell
Can you drink and drive in Iceland? How strict are they
Would you seriously drink and drive anywhere? Biting my tongue.
lol i just looked it up: zero tolerance basically!
So this deal involves driving around in the freezing cold, slaving in a makeshift kitchen everyday, eating food from Netto- and you have to do it all stone cold sober!! Hold me back!!!
That's how I spent my wedding and honeymoon! Driving a motorhome in a wedding dress with a Lonely Planet, stopping off briefly at a café eating a panini in the back of motorhome surrounded by Icelandic horses. Actually it was epic! Just a minor correction though, in June it isn't freezing, it was really pleasant.
when you put it like that it sounds pretty awesome actually

If you zoom in to the picture in post #2 you can see us next to the waterfall on our wedding day (this was around 830pm in the evening).

We got married on 1st June, so to give you an idea of scenery at this time of year here are a few snaps. It was actually suprisingly warm and most of these pictures were taken in the evening but it was 23 hours of daylight.

https://4-t.imgbox.com/O7GCHlM3.jpghttps://3-t.imgbox.com/feRKr3sZ.jpghttps://1-t.imgbox.com/7cS22XMc.jpghttps://3-t.imgbox.com/TkZWJhhL.jpghttps://8-t.imgbox.com/muQFYtmE.jpg[IMG]https://3-t.imgbox.com/8rwbBh8L.jpg[/IMG]

Edited By: rachelandgromit on Jan 09, 2017 21:14: Edit
rachelandgromit
BrianSewell
NikLP
BrianSewell
Can you drink and drive in Iceland? How strict are they
Would you seriously drink and drive anywhere? Biting my tongue.
lol i just looked it up: zero tolerance basically!
So this deal involves driving around in the freezing cold, slaving in a makeshift kitchen everyday, eating food from Netto- and you have to do it all stone cold sober!! Hold me back!!!
That's how I spent my wedding and honeymoon! Driving a motorhome in a wedding dress with a Lonely Planet, stopping off briefly at a café eating a panini in the back of motorhome surrounded by Icelandic horses. Actually it was epic! Just a minor correction though, in June it isn't freezing, it was really pleasant.
when you put it like that it sounds pretty awesome actually
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12 Nights in Fuerteventura 7-19th December just £152.75pp @ Ryanair / Trivago £305.50

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Bargain break to Fuerteventura. Departing on 7th December and returning on 19th December (12 nights) for just £152.75 this is a great price. I've got two different choices of hotel, both are in Cal… Read More
Bargain break to Fuerteventura. Departing on 7th December and returning on 19th December (12 nights) for just £152.75 this is a great price. I've got two different choices of hotel, both are in Cal…
rachelandgromit Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago7 Comments
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alshanky
link for the 29th december please?

It's alot more expensive due to time of year, but here you go HERE
link for the 29th december please?
rachelandgromit
refaey
What a barhain - have some heat from me.
We're looking for something during Christmas but every thing is mega expensive this time of the year. If you find anything reasonably priced please share. We're happy to fly Christmas and New Year days as we don't celebrate Christmas.
Did you see the deal to Gran Canaria leaving on 29th Dec? Unless you leave early in December you're unlikely to get many bargains unfortunately.

Can't do the 29th. Thanks for the info anyway - much appreciated.
refaey
What a barhain - have some heat from me.
We're looking for something during Christmas but every thing is mega expensive this time of the year. If you find anything reasonably priced please share. We're happy to fly Christmas and New Year days as we don't celebrate Christmas.

Did you see the deal to Gran Canaria leaving on 29th Dec? Unless you leave early in December you're unlikely to get many bargains unfortunately.
What a bargain - have some heat from me.

We're looking for something during Christmas but every thing is mega expensive this time of the year. If you find anything reasonably priced please share. We're happy to fly Christmas and New Year days as we don't celebrate Christmas.

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4 nights Luton to Essaouria (Morocco beach area) 3* Riad with breakfast for only £92.20 PP

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This is an excellent deal. Having just come back from Essaouria and preferred it over to Agadir and Marrakech think this is a bargain. Flights are only £30ish per person on the dates 1st December comi… Read More
This is an excellent deal. Having just come back from Essaouria and preferred it over to Agadir and Marrakech think this is a bargain. Flights are only £30ish per person on the dates 1st December comi…
husain_kola Avatar1y, 7m agoFound 1 year, 7 months ago49 Comments
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aimeeMLVC
My favourite place in Morocco. Quad bikes over the sand dunes with no mph restrictions, windy enough for surfing, great Mexican food place run by a British family who have the best chocolate cheesecake I've ever eaten, ridiculously friendly people. Might take this up for a few days, cheers OP!

did that in essoira it was breathtaking ,cant wait to go again
For those who are saying Morocco is no more risky than the UK I need to point out if you go there you will be at higher risk than the native inhabitants as terrorists will target white people if they choose to attack during your holiday. Morocco is also a largely muslim country and so will have plenty of Al Qaeda and Isis supporters
jhonny20041433
Are those the only dates available at that price?
ours are easyjet manchester 17th-26th i think they have gone up a bit but other dates available.

We have found a 5 star resort heated outdoor pool-dont care if its not roasting will be warmer than here. April was 27/28 degrees in agadir and fab x
Are those the only dates available at that price?
Love Essaouira and the whole country! Can't believe some of the crap some people are writing on here. Weather isn't hot that time of the year, daytime highs only usually make it up to 20°C, but hey for a £28 flight who's complaining! If only I had more leave left!
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PARIS CITY BREAK JUST £92 PP RETURN FLIGHTS AND HOTEL INCLUDED ,Departing Manchester May 2015 £92 pp £184.00 per couple @ trivago/ryanair

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PARIS CITY BREAK JUST £92 PER PERSON Price includes hotel and return flights Departing Manchester May 13th and returning May 15th Staying at the de la Mare The hotel, courtesy of Trivago i… Read More
PARIS CITY BREAK JUST £92 PER PERSON Price includes hotel and return flights Departing Manchester May 13th and returning May 15th Staying at the de la Mare The hotel, courtesy of Trivago i…
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is using the shuttle bus the cheapest way to get from Beauvais to Paris? It's 17 Euro single but you can it cheaper at 15.90 Euro using this link - it's almost costing more than my flight ticket :p
archer1204
[quote=mbeb99]Like this a lot. Can anyone recommend a specific central hotel?
How would you recommend we travel from airport to hotel?
Best sights to see in only a couple of days?[/quote
like everything it all depends on your budget

I can't recommend a central hotel as we stayed on the outskirts. You can get a train from the Gare Du Nord to the centre for about 19 euros each way.

In terms of sights, Eiffel Tower, Cruise down the Seine, Notre Dame and The Louvre are the obvious ones.

I would say keep an eye on your wallets and purses though as my missus had a purse with 120 euros in stolen on the subway. Also be aware of the gold ring scam where people try to pretend that you have dropped a gold ring and then when you have taken it from them they demand money from you. The ring is cheap tat and worth about a £1 so just tell them to go away politely in French or English, I found F**k off was universal.

Other than that I would happily go again as it was lovely place to visit.


Edited By: bigmac2020 on Mar 12, 2015 20:15
[quote=mbeb99]Like this a lot. Can anyone recommend a specific central hotel?
How would you recommend we travel from airport to hotel?
Best sights to see in only a couple of days?[/quote
like everything it all depends on your budget
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Like this a lot. Can anyone recommend a specific central hotel?
How would you recommend we travel from airport to hotel?
Best sights to see in only a couple of days?

http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/ShowForum-g187147-i14-Paris_Ile_de_France.html
Like this a lot. Can anyone recommend a specific central hotel?
How would you recommend we travel from airport to hotel?
Best sights to see in only a couple of days?
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