Josh Reeve

Josh Reeve

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    Can anyone recommend any good Australian produced films?

    A couple of Heath Ledger films, Two Hands, and Candy both pretty good! Crackerjack is also good for a laugh over 10 years ago

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    What can one do in Phuket for 17 days ?

    Depending on what you want to do in the Phuket region there are plenty of things you can try out... cooking classes, scuba diving around the island (Krabi is better from what i hear though..) day trips to Phi Phi and Krabi, we stayd in Patong for a couple of days and it was great for fun activities as well as working the elbow muscles with a beer or two at the bars and clubs. there's go karting, a shooting range, fishing charters, some okay surfing spots, paragliding...plenty to do! One of the better bars we went to was the tiger bar in Patong... over 10 years ago

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    Where can I find a beach in thailand not on phuket, small quaint

    We stayed on Koh Tao, lovely island near Koh Samui, enough to do for a couple of days and quiet enough to jsut 'lax on the beach. highly recommend, heading back there April and in October. over 10 years ago

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    Where can I buy a prepaid SIM card in Sydney?

    any vodafone, telstra shops will have them... would go for vodafone though.. Shop 227A Mid City Centre 197 Pitt St Mall Sydney NSW 2000 (02) 9231 2800 almost 11 years ago

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    Good CBD hotel accommodation for business trips ?

    stayed at the Grand Mercure once - 321 Flinders Lane, pretty nice, well positioned. over 10 years ago

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    Where are some good small local places to travel to within 2-3 hrs driving of Hobart.

    Huonville, the tahune airwalk, and all the south west is pretty much accessible in a day excursion. River paddling on the huon, mild bushwalking, In fact the best trip we did lately was to go to hastings caves, then head further down to cockle creek or reserche bay. Perfect place if its a nice day to go down and have a barbie. Hastings has thermal pools where (if its nice enough) you could have a dip in the pool. http://www.recherchebay.org/ http://www.parks.tas.gov.au/?base=16436 about 10 years ago

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    any info about patong, Phuket

    I would agree with steve here. Been twice. First time it was fun, loads of party and beach. However if you prefer a quieter beach, staying outside of patong is a good idea. Kata beach is much much quieter with alot less hawkers and beach boys. hiring a scooter is good if you are comfortable driving one.. make sure its covered in your travel insurance. It can save you heaps of money if you want to go around the island. costs are around 200 Baht where a tuk from kata to patong could cost up to 500+ one way. about 10 years ago