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    Hiking around the Pattaya/Jomtien area

    As usual I'll be spending my holidays in Jomtien, nothing new there. However, this time I would like to get away from the pool/beach and bars and do some hiking. I can hike for 8-10 hours happily, so I'm looking for a good solid day hike in the local area. Any pointers?

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    North Pattaya all the way down the beach, then up Pratomnak hill over onto Jomtien and again head south down the beach. Should get 6 or 8 hours out of that with a few stops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    Pratomnak hill
    Can stop off behind the minivan depot for a 200b bj behind a tarpaulin sheet.

    Some of the women are even more attractive than the minivan drivers.

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    Maybe contact the HHH for some pointers. I know they go into the hills near Silverlake quite often so there must be some hiking trails there.

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    All good pointers-thanks!

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    Fuck hiking, This is the most fun youll have in Pattaya with your pants on



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    Farang tour guide... Thats illegal, right?

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    ^^but most insurance firms don't cover motorbike accidents, I think? Do they cover hiking accidents?

    I don't wish any harm on Mandaloopy, but I've read so much about Thai motosai accidents on here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by katie23 View Post
    most insurance firms don't cover motorbike accidents, I think? Do they cover hiking accidents?
    They have these special insurance companies called motor vehicle insurance companies

    Ive managed to insure 2 bikes... and a car


    But yeah im not sure about their insurance. I know the bikes are covered if you break them. The amount of safety gear they put on you, you could ride off Doi Inthanon and be fine, maybe

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    Yeah maybe he'd be better off hiking, although if he gets hit by a scrambler out there hes gonna be in the shit

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    It is recommended to have an adequate and sufficient personal insurance coverage for all hazards mentioned. The participants should make sure that their insurance company is made aware of their participation in this kind of extreme sport activity and that the coverage is sufficient and adequate.
    Each participant is expected to cooperate with the rest of the group, to help other participants in an adequate way if necessary and to be tolerant and patient toward others participants. Each participant is personally responsible for his or her way of driving and for the adherence to the traffic rules and to the local laws. Each participant drives at his or her own risk. This is also valid, when the participant follows the tour guide. Each participant must adapt his/her way of driving to his/her own skill and experience, and to the conditions of road, traffic and terrain. Each participant is responsible for his/her own security and safety. By booking a tour with Enduro Madness Pattaya you understand the risks involved and agree that you will not hold Enduro-Madness responsible for any injuries you may sustain during the tour including death. It is forbidden to participate in our tour under the influence of alcohol.
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    Real men don't hike in urban settings...

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    Bitch hiking and Slacj\kpacking are fine but for a little more you can be taken for a ride.

    From U Tapao you can fly to C Mai meet the Hilt Ribes or Guaungzhou and the Gaunxi lice tellaces, better class of spitting too.

    https://airport-departures-arrivals....ve-departures/

    Bon voyage post up some pix
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    I took a couple of days off.

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    Is hiking slang for him/she rooting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack meoff View Post
    Is hiking slang for him/she rooting?
    Prince 'arry Rooting Megan is cross country hi-king?
    Out Harry and Butters is social climbing

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    Last time I took a 20 minute walk in Pratumnak Hill, I got Sun Stroked, sick and cracked my head open.

    Not sure about that hiking thing.....

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