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the force is strong with this one. 

Here you go champ, can rent my little shack in Chaiyaphum for 100 baht a night.. There's no nightlife, no crowds, come to think of it there's not much of anything !! But you'll be able to practice you

Don't forget to let the authorities know where you sleep every night...

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5 hours ago, cornishcarlos said:

 

Yes it is.. 33 rai plot, of which, 7 or 8 Rai is gonna be flooded by a dam project.. Which means potentially we will have a 25 Rai lakeside oasis 🤣🤪 Or lose the whole plot if they get their calculations wrong !! 

 

 

 

 

Oops, see next post.

 

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6 hours ago, cornishcarlos said:

Here you go champ, can rent my little shack in Chaiyaphum for 100 baht a night.. There's no nightlife, no crowds, come to think of it there's not much of anything !! But you'll be able to practice your Thai and might get lucky with a massage ??

String your hammock up on the deck and listen to the rain 😉

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Build yourself or labour?

 

How much cost?

 

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8 hours ago, sakoo said:

My budget per night of accom is 100b, and 20b/meal.

For this money you will have a very uncomfortable trip. Bad sleep and daily 2 portions of rice. No idea what you want to visit, but often there are entrance fees. 

I would chose to travel where it´s beautiful and interesting, not where it´s cheap. But up to you.

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5 hours ago, sakoo said:

My prices were from my memories of Thailand 15 years ago

Do you know the word "inflation"? Remember the prices 15 years ago in your country and think about if they are still the same today.

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I'd pick a few parks. Not worry about the province. National Marine Parks are great but all closed for another month. I think Mu Koh Surin front side is open nowadays (Phangnha). March on the islands tents get hot. You need to be in a cool place at the waters edge.

 

Sounds cold, wet and boring and I love camping in the Andaman. Camping in north sounds dire outside Dec Jan. I'm not a mountain guy.

 

We often do some cooking in NPs but last year's just cook rice and buy food in np canteen.

 

Wife says Pu Kadung, Pu Saidow, Inthanon.

 

Waterproof tent. Rrrrrrright.

 

You need a Thai style tent with big windows not some mounteering coffin.

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2 hours ago, cornishcarlos said:

 

40,000 baht. Local labour but we already had most of the hardwood from a previous small house 

Then 100 baht a day is too much – 12% a year of 40,000 is 4,800 baht, i.e. 500 baht a month or 20 baht a day.

Presume you need to register as hotel, if rented out for less than a month...🤔

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40 minutes ago, khunPer said:

Then 100 baht a day is too much – 12% a year of 40,000 is 4,800 baht, i.e. 500 baht a month or 20 baht a day.

Presume you need to register as hotel, if rented out for less than a month...🤔

Love your thinking 😉

 

 

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1 hour ago, khunPer said:

Then 100 baht a day is too much – 12% a year of 40,000 is 4,800 baht, i.e. 500 baht a month or 20 baht a day.

Presume you need to register as hotel, if rented out for less than a month...🤔

 

20 baht/day !! You're worse than the Op 🤣

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