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Offline Jimmyredcab

Just saw this on auto-censored regarding the cost of a 2 week holiday in Thailand ----

>How much does it cost on a average to spend 2 weeks in Thailand, incl flights,hotels, food and and course punting
It depends where you fly from, where you stay, how much you eat, and how much you shag.

Last year, 2 weeks cost me
flight - £500 - business return
Hotel - Hilton £200
food - mostly free
punting - £100 / night

under £1000.


Total nonsense, for starters you can'y fly business class for £500.
You also could not stay at the Hilton for £100 a week.

Offline James999

Are you not allowed to post on Prozzienet to tell them it's bollocks?

Surely the Hookers who moderate would welcome the news that the price was higher in an effort to deter punters from venturing abroad.

Offline Jimmyredcab

Are you not allowed to post on Prozzienet to tell them it's bollocks?


I could, but choose not to ---------------- I am surprised that no one else has said anything, even a backpacker would struggle to get by on £500 for two weeks (after paying for the flight).  :rolleyes:

Offline ladyofthemansion

You could get business class at that price if you have a lot of air miles and you could get the hilton at that price if you have hilton honour points or work there.

Offline Jimmyredcab

You could get business class at that price if you have a lot of air miles and you could get the hilton at that price if you have hilton honour points or work there.

Yes, and if my Auntie had goolies she would be my Uncle.  :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

Offline Keen Punter

"Food mostly free"

Does he scour the streets of Bangkok for cockroaches or crickets ?

Offline Fannytastico

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Unless he had full board as part of his hotel deal.


Hilton do have special offers on for members of their corporate programme.
He may have got an upgrade on a normal flight - I know people who get them all the time, free of charge.

Offline ladyofthemansion

Unless he had full board as part of his hotel deal.


Hilton do have special offers on for members of their corporate programme.
He may have got an upgrade on a normal flight - I know people who get them all the time, free of charge.
Unless he had full board as part of his hotel deal.


Hilton do have special offers on for members of their corporate programme.
He may have got an upgrade on a normal flight - I know people who get them all the time, free of charge.

Tell me more.

Offline Fannytastico

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Tell me more.
I don't know if it makes a difference, but the couple I'm talking about - he was very tall 6'4 and she was about 5' nothing.  He found it extremely uncomfortable travelling economy due to lack of leg room.
They always arrived early, minimal hand luggage, understated, extremely smart clothes - designer business wear.  They asked for an upgrade on checking in.  No fuss. If the flights weren't full they normally got the upgrade.  They looked the part and never attracted attention to themselves. 
I'm wondering if the check-in staff thought it was better to have him tucked away somewhere, than cluttering up the aisles with his legs.

Offline ladyofthemansion

I don't know if it makes a difference, but the couple I'm talking about - he was very tall 6'4 and she was about 5' nothing.  He found it extremely uncomfortable travelling economy due to lack of leg room.
They always arrived early, minimal hand luggage, understated, extremely smart clothes - designer business wear.  They asked for an upgrade on checking in.  No fuss. If the flights weren't full they normally got the upgrade.  They looked the part and never attracted attention to themselves. 
I'm wondering if the check-in staff thought it was better to have him tucked away somewhere, than cluttering up the aisles with his legs.

I will have to dress smartly next time I am flying then.

Offline Jimmyredcab

I will have to dress smartly next time I am flying then.

It is still highly unlikely you will be put in business class ------------- airlines are not a charity.  :rolleyes:

Offline ladyofthemansion

It is still highly unlikely you will be put in business class ------------- airlines are not a charity.  :rolleyes:

Am pretty sure some people do get an upgrade because the airlines often overbook. Having said that, I have on one occasion paid for Upper class on Virgin and as a paying passenger l would be well pissed off if the person sat next to me had been given it for free.

Offline cunnyhunt

When I am booked into Business or (occasionally) First I ask for no one is upgraded, it's fucking annoying when the company pay £5000 to send me to the USA and other people pay nothing.

I do not ask for upgrade either.

Offline davmod

100 a day for girls he must have two dicks in my money if i spent 100 a day i would be shaggin at least 3 birds a day every day

Offline Lurtz

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I could, but choose not to ---------------- I am surprised that no one else has said anything, even a backpacker would struggle to get by on £500 for two weeks (after paying for the flight).  :rolleyes:

I backpacked around Thailand on £25 per day. I only had one shag @ £15 (It may have been a tenner). 14 nights x £25 = £350 and I spent £800 on a round the world ticket. That was back in the early 90s. I think he's bullshitting.

Offline Keen Punter

100 a day for girls he must have two dicks in my money if i spent 100 a day i would be shaggin at least 3 birds a day every day
Do you not eat, drink or stay in a hotel ?

Offline Jimmyredcab

Do you not eat, drink or stay in a hotel ?

In the guys original post he said -------------- punting - £100 / night

Then he claims the 2 week holiday cost £1000.

Obviously bullshit in my opinion.  :rolleyes:


Offline Keen Punter

Ah right.

I budget for £150 a day all in. Any less and I would just be worrying all the time about running out of funds.

Offline Jimmyredcab

Ah right.

I budget for £150 a day all in. Any less and I would just be worrying all the time about running out of funds.

That is slightly on the high side, we don't want to scare newbies.
I would struggle to spend £150 in Pattaya.
On a two week holiday I would take £1400 spending money (after the hotel is paid), on a non-punting day I could spend as little as £40, there are no taxis to pay for and you can get lunch for 150 baht  (£3).

Offline Keen Punter

That is slightly on the high side, we don't want to scare newbies.
I would struggle to spend £150 in Pattaya.
On a two week holiday I would take £1400 spending money (after the hotel is paid), on a non-punting day I could spend as little as £40, there are no taxis to pay for and you can get lunch for 150 baht  (£3).

True. I suppose it depends on how big a drinker you are. I can easily go through 70/80 quid on drink alone if I am on a session.

Offline Jimmyredcab

True. I suppose it depends on how big a drinker you are. I can easily go through 70/80 quid on drink alone if I am on a session.

Maybe I don't buy as many ladydrinks as you, £80 is 40 bottles of Singha, I would pass out.  :drinks:

Offline Keen Punter

Maybe I don't buy as many ladydrinks as you, £80 is 40 bottles of Singha, I would pass out.  :drinks:
It soon adds up.

I'll usually have 4/5 in the afternoon with Vic. Then on the evening I usually end up in Walking St. What's Up for example is 145 for a San Mig Light. A few LD's in my usual haunts and it is easy to hit £80.

Offline Wayang

I budget for £150 a day all in. Any less and I would just be worrying all the time about running out of funds.
I am with you on that figure - I feel that if the holiday is blighted by worrying about cash 'tain't no fun.  I don't worry too much about hotel prices - if it is clean and cheap, great.  I do spend on food (even if I have the included hotel breakfast and a Thai lunch) in the evenings, mostly fish  I don't shop (much).  Most money goes on STs and sightseeing* (I can't abide travelling in a group and sightseeing alone can be more costly).
* I'd get bored all day waiting for Soi Cowboy to start up

Offline Jimmyredcab


I budget for £150 a day all in. Any less and I would just be worrying all the time about running out of funds.
I am with you on that figure - I feel that if the holiday is blighted by worrying about cash 'tain't no fun.

I agree that having limited funds would blight the holiday, although I budget £100 a day I always take cards for any "emergency".
Ladydrinks are a total waste of money unless you are interested in the girl ------------- plus once you buy her a drink you will not be able to get rid of her.    :(

Offline Wayang

I agree that having limited funds would blight the holiday, although I budget £100 a day I always take cards for any "emergency".
Ladydrinks are a total waste of money unless you are interested in the girl ------------- plus once you buy her a drink you will not be able to get rid of her.    :(

I think we are on track - you say £100/day exc hotels; I say £150/day inc hotels.
Lady drinks are a waste of money after the first when you have decided she is OK for an S/T.  Otherwise you are in for an expensive evening!
I always carry a couple of credit cards and a debit card.


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