Pattaya Nightlife

Bacon

Administrator
I remember 36

Wasn't so bad when you paid 200 baht for a Bangla tuk tuk to go soapie.

I don't know what those tuk tuks are pegged to, but it's solid.
 

Nomad

Well-known member
I remember 36

Wasn't so bad when you paid 200 baht for a Bangla tuk tuk to go soapie.

I don't know what those tuk tuks are pegged to, but it's solid.
When did you get 36? The only soapie you were getting during the 1998 Asian crisis was a bubble bath. 555
 

Moo Uaon

Well-known member
We talking AUD to the baht?

It was 32 for a long time and the highest I ever got was 33 around 2008-10 I think.

Actually I changed a fair bit in 2012 to build a house and it was @ 32.
 

Bacon

Administrator
We talking AUD to the baht?

It was 32 for a long time and the highest I ever got was 33 around 2008-10 I think.

Actually I changed a fair bit in 2012 to build a house and it was @ 32.
I think that's what I'm thinking. 30-32. Back when the AUD briefly overtook the USD. I think it might have been due to iron ore prices/trade.

Seems about right now.
 

bacwaan

Well-known member
Looks like Japan is good to visit these days with the Yen down.
I think many others are thinking the same thing...I love Japan..it's got it all...Temples, mountains, forests, beautiful countryside scenery, wonderful architecture, Blade Runner Cities, Surf, Snow, Scuba Diving...and its so compact an easy to get around with a great road/rail/plane system..

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