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  1. Good Day lult,

    1st have to say I not only enjoyed your TR here & on BKKLB.net, and it is very informative. I do have a question I just received this PM from "Willow". I know I am a newbie, I hope Im not being offensive but is this common & I noticed that he is an advance member and I don't want to step on anyones toes:

    Sent Today, 03:02 AM

    Hi mate...

  2. Hello.. Trying to get access to advanced members area.. It seems I have to be added by mod or admin.. Could you please help

  3. Hello.. Trying to get access to advanced members area.. It seems I have to be added by mod or admin.. Could you please help

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  5. Hello.. How are you. Thanks for accepting friend request

  6. Thanks very much for your reply mate. The 6 month visa that needs more fees and re-application sounds a bit shit, but then I can understand why they would have that extra layer in for fake-marriages, albeit it penalises the bona fide ones. Cheers LULT
  7. How about Amari Residence on Soi 2 ? Go through Tim at otelrooms.com he has a reduced rate agreed, you'll get Opodo points and you'll get 5% back after you stay ! I've just booked here with him and can't wait.
  8. Good to hear about your smooth applications mate. Im sure it will be very reassuring for many. How much did it cost for the marriage visa and what did you have to prove / any monetary values in bank accounts etc (and if so, how long did that cash sum have to be in the account for prior to application) ? I ask about the cash accounts as the points-based system for students is heavily weighted on ensuring you have enough cash to support yourself whilst in the country. Also, if you don't mind me asking, did you get married in Thailand. If so, what was the process about getting the UKBA to recognise the marriage and granting the spouse visa? The reason I ask is that my partner is on a UK 2 year Post Study Work visa and we plan to marry before this PSW visa expires. Thanks in advance bud.
  9. Yes bad idea putting personal details on the net, hence I have edited your original post Yes, that is a Thai address style. I have often used 'international signed for' postal with standard country mailing company and never had any probs.
  10. If you can stretch to 2000, try Citi Chic in Soi 13. Small roof pool, but everything else great for the price. http://www.citichichotel.com/map_nearby.html I would go through Tim and Thai Hotel Discounts as he has negotiated better rates that walk-in.
  11. I cannot speak more highly for the tailor Peters Clothiers. I've been going for years. He is in the hallway of Ambassador Hotel Soi 11/13 , Sukhumvit Road. Here is a piece that the UK Sunday Time wrote about him,,,, http://sundaytimes.lk/071216/Plus/plus0008.html
  12. Darjelling is good value for money, but it certainly doesn't have a good swimming pool.
  13. Thanks for that mate. You are spot on, for that money, there is SO much better. Even Citi Chic around the corner is cheaper and is great quality. The only thing I would recommend Ambassador Hotel for is the tailor in the lobby, but make sure you go to Peter Clothier (and not the one next door to him). Top quality suits with no quibble price.
  14. Free one month visa on arrival at the airport, else if you need to stay longer than one month, you apply to your local Thai consulate/embassy and ask for a multiple entry tourist visa. Depending if you are are heading elsewhere to Cambo/Viet/Laos/Burma/Malaysia, you are as well asking for the maximum of 3 entries. The Thai Govt has continued its free visa fee for now, but you need to pay a local consulate Admin fee of around £7 (per passport)
  15. I had an unexpected short stay in Bangkok in the middle of my recent holiday, so needed a place to drop my bags, so nothing too expensive was needed. Tim at Thai Hotel Discounts sorted me out with Darjelling Hotel. He has a negotiated rate for 1220 baht per night, which includes breakfast. Positives: Location - On the Suk Rd, so just a hop skip and a jump from the action Price - For this money, it is difficult to beat given the Suk Rd location Modern - nice and modern feel to the hotel No joiner fee Negatives: Room size - Quite a small room, but fine if you are lone traveller with overnight guests Swimming Pool - Dont be fooled by the website saying, "Swimming Pool". At best this is a large bath :lol: and its location in the hotel is just not somehwere you would use to chill out. Summary: Ideal for budget accommodation without compromising on really far away location or old/tired decor. Would I use this place again? Yes I would, but only if I couldn't get the usual discount deals with the bigger hotels that I usually stay at. Make sure you take a copy of the map of where the hotel is along with their telephone number as it is hidden behind a big apartment block and is not obvious place to find. Tim was his usual super-efficient self and I have yet to receive anything but fast/friendly service. I would always recommend giving him a try when looking for a hotel in Thailand. He is very honest and gives lots of information. Here's a few pics I took for the forum as the availavble pics were quite limited when I tried to google the place. And now.....for the 'swimming pool' :unsure:
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