Jump to content
Latest News
  • *** word of the day LOYALTY *** POODLE . word of the day now expired . *** caution , this forum contains opinions , humour , sarcasm and irony , procede at your peril *** INTEGRITY was word of the day. even though we spelt it wrong . *** caution , this forum contains opinions , humour , sarcasm and irony , procede at your peril ***

Welcome to Pattaya Live

Welcome to Pattaya Live, like most online communities you must register to view or post in our community, but don't worry this is a simple free process that requires minimal information for you to signup. Be apart of Pattaya Live by signing in or creating an account.
  • Start new topics and reply to others
  • Subscribe to topics and forums to get email updates
  • Get your own profile page and make new friends
  • Send personal messages to other members.


Forum Member
  • Content Count

  • Donations

    0.00 GBP 
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

  • Country

    United Kingdom

Bazle last won the day on October 5 2013

Bazle had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

12 Good

About Bazle

  • Rank
    getting there .

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Post My Photo?

Recent Profile Visitors

2,565 profile views
  1. PLUS this really irritated me when I read it: Talk about sex discrimination!!
  2. Bazle

    No more visa runs after Aug 12

    I used to come in on visa waiver about 5 times a year from the UK. But sometimes I did short side trips from Thailand, so was entering about 8 to 10 times a year in total. Although I spend a lot of time in Thailand (I have a holiday home), I don't regard myself as living there as my main home is in the UK. However, I got fed up with it taking a long time to get through Immigration whilst they looked for all my entry stamps and asked questions like whether I had a Thai wife. Then an IO told me to get a visa before I came next time, so I had to bite the bullet and get one (and retirement extension - not straightforward when you are in and out of the country frequently). The official costs were £50 for a visa in the UK, and then 1,900 THB for the retirement extension plus (almost) 4,000 THB for multiple entry.
  3. Bazle

    Eva Air

  4. Bazle

    Eva Air

    Maybe you are forgetting that you (and I) are travelling at peak time - school holidays. I think Nadia is quoting fares for after that.
  5. Bazle

    Eva Air

    I paid £737 (EVA) for 29 July on booking made mid February.
  6. Bazle

    Eva Air

    Terms and Conditions: Book on 18,19 July. At least two adults shall travel together. For mileage accrual and mileage upgrade, please refer to Mileage. Cancellation Policy: No refund. Date Change: Penalties apply, subject to seat availability and seasonality. Child Fare and Infant Fare: Not permitted. Fares include all insurance and fuel surcharges at time of publishing. Taxes and surcharges are subject to change without notice. Fares are subject to seat availability at the time of ticket purchase
  7. Bazle

    Eva Air

    No - to get the deal, you have to do the booking on 18 or 19 July.
  8. Bazle

    Eva Air

    Unfortunately, some of us won't be able to satisfy one of their terms/conditions: * At least two adults shall travel together.
  9. Bazle

    Havana Bar, Holiday Inn

    Thanks. Have you been to Steak & Co? If so, how does the food compare?
  10. Bazle

    Havana Bar, Holiday Inn

    Rough idea on pricing?
  11. Bazle

    Phnom Pen - 15 June 2015

    Yes - great report. Very well described. Thanks.
  12. Bazle

    June 2015 Dcfc Trip Report

    I'm confused! Are you saying that the iPad hadn't been stolen after all? That's great if you are.
  13. Thanks, Chris - enjoying the read. How are you getting on language-wise? Is English widely spoken/used?
  14. Great stuff, Chris. But take care over there - http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/asia/580287/s-korea-reports-first-2-mers-deaths!!
  15. Bazle

    June 2015 Dcfc Trip Report

    I guess these are the exploits in the room which you admitted to before.