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    Great pictures, well done sir.

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    I was coughing so much my airways got tight and I struggled to breath like how asthma people get.

    That's when "shit got real" I phoned my insurance and they told me what hospital to go to then taxi

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAG View Post
    Matching bra and pants. Class.
    Surprised she can still stand!


    Go Punty!

    Go Punty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShrewedPunter View Post
    I was coughing so much my airways got tight and I struggled to breath like how asthma people get.

    That's when "shit got real" I phoned my insurance and they told me what hospital to go to then taxi
    Don't forget to tell Seblinski, getting slow, deep, cim blow jobs are the best medicine for men.


    Take 3 a day for 5 days.

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    ^ I'm in the north west of Ireland currently, and there's a cold/flu epidemic going about. It seems that these things are far more impervious to treatment nowadays. Mine has lasted for over a week now, and it still hasn't cleared fully.
    Back to the UK thread, you've made a place that gets a lot of flack for being a shit hole, seem tolerable. Thanks for your efforts. I shall attempt to green your good self SP .

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShrewedPunter View Post
    Stayed at my favourite hotel
    You really should try Royal Cliff Beach Hotel, Its about the same price as Siam@Siam too. It's a lot closer to the ferry, got your own beach, 3 pools, an Eatigo seaview restaurant(Breezeo) and 6 tennis courts





    Cozy Beach is North in the next photo


    Huge rooms with balcony

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    6 tennis courts
    Play a game did you dill?

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    Had the nipper with me, although there is a kids play area where you can leave your kid. The missus wasnt up for it that weekend

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    walking distance from that hotel Punty is this The Sky Gallery and a great place to take your bird



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    Thats Koh Larn in the distance


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    I haven't been at night, but Ireckon the party gets a bit risque



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    Cozy beach is down those stairs and pretty secluded due to those steps


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Cozy beach is down those stairs and pretty secluded due to those steps

    Dill, you obviously have had a few when that one was snapped !

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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
    COUGH
    Sorry mate but I can't be looking at any more of Pat's bts constructions



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    ^^ I got vertigo

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    15 years ago that was a great hotel sadly that does not apply now. Those are the steps down from the hotel to the beach right?

    The Royal Varuna Yacht Club is just around the corner at the top. With 4 to 6 year olds it was great.

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    Those are the steps down from the Sky Gallery AO., not the hotel. was there a hotel there before?


    Anyway this is next door to that Sky Gallery and worth a visit I reckon, just to see if they'd do a willy mould for the wife's birthday





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    Proper doorstep sandwich, crusty bread. The don't do that at S&P or Au Bon Pain.


    I was going through some of my island pics earlier, and I'll take back my comment about trying an island where electricity is rationed. It'll drive you fucking mad after a few days. Maybe one night could be a 'nature' experience, but I remember warm beer, no aircon or fans and no wifi between 6am and 6pm.
    I left a day earlier, couldn't escape fast enough, didn't even bother negotiating a refund for the night I didn't stay.

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    Your misses should be careful about standing around dressed like that. There could be perverts watching ������

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dilligo View Post
    6 tennis courts
    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Play a game did you dill?
    Ant wasn't up for it, so Dilly has vowed to start a 15 year vendetta chasing him around forums under different names and writing a book about him.

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    I stayed at the Royal Cliff on my first trip to Thailand back in 2005. It seemed very posh after staying at the old Mandarin hotel in Bkk for $50 a night. I remember waking up at 3am thinking it was the next evening the jet lag was killer.
    Nice pics too.

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    That Royal Cliff seems to be nearly 100 quid on the weekends..

    I paid about 50 quid for Siam@Siam. For this particular hotel you should book direct.. Agoda is a bit more pricier.
    They have a useful tool to check for cheap days as well

    http://www.siamatsiam.com/bookcore/a...siamatpattaya/


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    Makes me wanna nip down to pattaya

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    BLD, just had a quick look at your Pattaya not just for mongers thread a few years back where you flew from Udon to Don Mueang then got a taxi for 1800 baht that probably took you 2 and half hours...

    UTP is fully functional now mate and is the nutz. After getting off the plane if you are near the front you are out the airport in 5 mintes from stepping off the plane. You can even fly KL from there and that Sanya place you went

    Just checked on Air Asia and theres a flight a day from Udon, leaves at 7.20 arrives 8.30, prices start around 590 baht each way.

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