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    Recommended hideaway Beaches in Thailand.

    The kids are old enough now to go off road when going on holidays now,so looking for some recommended destinations don't mind where in Thailand.

    Thanks look forward to some great places.

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    hideaway Beaches in Thailand

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    The problem I see is that publishing the location of said hideaway means it ceases to be a hideaway.

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    Quite.

    Imagine arriving somewhere and finding Chico pushing his culinary skills to the max by warming up baked beans for his kids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chico
    The kids are old enough now to go off road when going on holidays

    I reckon Chico's nicked a quad bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Quite.

    Imagine arriving somewhere and finding Chico pushing his culinary skills to the max by warming up baked beans for his kids.


    Do you think they'll have RT or Fox on cable in these hideaway destinations?

    Btw, Chico, Lipe is hardly a hideaway these days but family friendly with quiet beaches and shallow waters.

    Koh Bulon nearby is much quieter. Maybe too quiet.

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    Here's a couple of pictures of my favorite hideaway beach...





    The blue bungalow is where we usually stay....

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    ^ PKK ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    PKK ?
    Yep. We love it there. When the troubles are over, we're going to take the bike down and stay for a couple of weeks and I won't give a hoot in hell if it rains all day, every single day.

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    We passed plenty off quite beaches yesterday so quite even the quest bungalows were derelict.

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    ^^ good idea, tops.

    All the best with it.

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    Give Satun and Nakhon Si Thammarat Provinces a go....

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille
    All the best with it.
    Thanks, sir.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thaimeme View Post
    Give Satun and Nakhon Si Thammarat Provinces a go....
    Yeah. Good call. I've been to Satun for a few days and wished I had more time to explore further.

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    CS we could share the beach together.


    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    PKK ?
    Yep. We love it there. When the troubles are over, we're going to take the bike down and stay for a couple of weeks and I won't give a hoot in hell if it rains all day, every single day.

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    Cheers will have a look.

    Quote Originally Posted by thaimeme View Post
    Give Satun and Nakhon Si Thammarat Provinces a go....

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    Anyone been to any of these places.?

    Khanom,Ko Phayam,Ko Adang,Ko Tarutao.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chico View Post
    Anyone been to any of these places.?

    Khanom,Ko Phayam,Ko Adang,Ko Tarutao.
    yes

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    Stay the fuck away from Khanom. You would hate it anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chico
    CS we could share the beach together.
    I doubt you could afford it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chico
    Ko Tarutao
    Been there, not for some time but my brother went more recently and it sounded like it hadn't changed much.

    Tarutao is sort of like going to a summer camp. There is a canteen or two to eat at, and all the rooms/cabins are park owned. There are deserted beaches there that you can camp on (a few of the smaller ones have cabins as well, not sure if they are open year round). Good hiking and bicycling (no motorbikes or cars are allowed on the island, which makes the place pretty damn awesome and peaceful)

    Overall, its a nice island and a fun time. I would go there again, and would certainly visit Taratao over Lipe.

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    Theres thousands of empty beaches out there when its not high season;

    The Thais are hardly a nation of fukkin sun worshippers

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    Nicked two.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Chico
    The kids are old enough now to go off road when going on holidays

    I reckon Chico's nicked a quad bike

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    Jeez CS considering your'e a tefler I'm surprised you can even afford a holiday in a Bungalow.

    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Chico
    CS we could share the beach together.
    I doubt you could afford it...

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    Sounds a nice place whats the canttens like for food.?

    Quote Originally Posted by redhaze View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Chico
    Ko Tarutao
    Been there, not for some time but my brother went more recently and it sounded like it hadn't changed much.

    Tarutao is sort of like going to a summer camp. There is a canteen or two to eat at, and all the rooms/cabins are park owned. There are deserted beaches there that you can camp on (a few of the smaller ones have cabins as well, not sure if they are open year round). Good hiking and bicycling (no motorbikes or cars are allowed on the island, which makes the place pretty damn awesome and peaceful)

    Overall, its a nice island and a fun time. I would go there again, and would certainly visit Taratao over Lipe.

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