Address: Nanai Rd 257 / 2 , Patong, Phuket, 83150, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Nanai Rd 257 / 2 , Patong, is near Instyle Fashion Bespoke Tailors, Sunrise Diving, Mai Khao Beach, and Phuket Diver SNUBA.
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      A travel blog entry by vinkor on Oct 28, 2014

      10 photos

      ... but 500 and 1,250 baht in the following months, ie 30 Euros compared to the current 8! The girl at the front desk did however suggest that in the case of long stay, they would reduce the price, but Alain did not want to investigate further. The official price of my room from April to November is 500 baht, that is EUR 12.50 but I pay just 8 through Booking.com for a month's duration, with a substantial discount that maybe is repeated in subsequent periods.


      2nd February - Experiencing Phuket Properly

      A travel blog entry by samwebster95 on Feb 03, 2014

      05:00 - We checked out of our hostel at about 11:00 and headed to Patong, which we heard is the place to be in Phuket. We found an awesome backpackers hostel right on the beach front and close to the main strip. After checking in we went to the beach with the Canadians, which was rammed with tourists. After eating we went back to the hostel and just chilled and played cards with a group ...

      Oh my we are coming home with soft feet

      A travel blog entry by mcgowan on Oct 11, 2013

      3 comments, 11 photos

      ... of Glenda with the owner and Mat and Candice she remembered you both, Denise had the meal she taught you to cook and Glenda had the chicken with the cashews. After dinner we went for a walk and ended up having the fish foot treatment. The pictures tell the story. At first all we could do was laugh took us a couple of minutes to actually get our feet in cause we couldn't stop laughing, finally got our feet in and the ...

      There's wifi in the jungle!

      A travel blog entry by emiliemary on Jun 08, 2013

      3 photos

      ... are stunning! We were shown round the farm by another volunteer. They teach the children about growing crops, and how to be sustainable etc, and the kids all help to grow the food that they eat in the school which is great! They also make products from the lemon grass and the palm oil that they grow. We were shown the swimming pool - not what we had expected in the jungle! And we're then taken to supper - chicken and rice! But there was veg and spicy prawns which ...

      Using a proxy does not make you dodgy.

      A travel blog entry by omg on Dec 18, 2012

      ... to sting the Thai for a tv license. So the solution is use a proxy. A proxy is like a server in a country of your choice that your browsing goes through or via. In essence, it enables you to have a UK/USA or any country of your choosing IP address. Therefore making the computer serving up iplayer, etc. think that you are in fact in the UK ...