Blog entries from Porter

Porter has a total of 14 entries.

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    List of "no joiner fee" guest friendly hotels Puerto Galera. Swengland Beach Resort - from 26$ - Big La Laguna Beach, Sabang, Puerto Galera. Girl friendly hotel. Sabang Oasis Resort - from 29$ - Conveniently located in Puerto Galera, Sabang Oasis Resort is a great base from which to explore this vibrant city, no prohibitions against customers taking a friend or two to their rooms if they...
    Porter, Jan 5, 2016
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    Koh Phangan no joiner fee hotels. Phangan Beach Resort - $18 - 111 Moo 1, Thong Sala / Bantai, Koh Phangan, Thailand 84280 Morning Star Resort Koh Phangan - $20 - 17/7 Moo 4, Thong Sala / Bantai, Koh Phangan, Thailand 84280 Phangan Cabana Resort - $20 - 79/2 - 3 Moo 8, Haad Son / Sri Thanu, Koh Phangan, Thailand 84280 Haad Yao Bay View Resort & Spa- $24 - 57 Moo 8 Haad Yao Beach, Koh...
    Porter, Jan 2, 2016
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    No joiner fee hotels Mumbai. Mumbai - India's most populous city. Despite the fact that the city on three sides by the Arabian Sea, for a beach holiday it is not intended. More or less suitable for this purpose unless the beaches mountain, Aksa (there quicksand) and Juhu Versova. Without the support of men to women at their best not to appear, the more you should not sunbathe in a bikini....
    Porter, Jan 2, 2016
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    List of guest friendly no joiner free hotels Hua Hin Chaba Chalet - from 20$/night- Well-positioned in Hua Hin City Center. An overnight guest is welcome without extra charge; however, you will have to be responsible for the expense/damage incurred by the guest. Hua Hin Loft Managed by Loft Group - from 30$/night - This budget hotel in Hua Hin offers guests easy access to the night market,...
    Porter, Dec 30, 2015
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    List of "no joiner fee hotels" in Macau also known as guest friendly hotels: Golden Dragon Hotel - 100$ - is a tall two-tower building in an enviable location, facing the eastern side of Macau's city center. Interesting aspects of the guest frienedly hotel are the 24 hour bar and nightclub. Emperor Hotel - 100$ - The Emperor Hotel is a part of the modern city center development. The...
    Porter, Dec 29, 2015
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    Nana Entertainment Plaza is one of the most famous entertainment centers in Bangkok, occupying a three-story building. Perhaps, none of the local go-go bars and strip shows is capable of maintaining the competition, except maybe Patpong and Soi Cowboy. Well, it would be quite fair to underline these 3 pillars form the red light district character of the city. Unlike many other true to...
    Porter, Apr 10, 2015
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    A trip to Thailand is all about excitement, impressions… and of course passion. Love is in the air all around here, alluring tourists with the beauty of local girls and ease of relations. Looking to visit the financial and industrial heart of the country? Bangkok warmly welcomes all the types of tourists regardless of the modern ‘caste’. So embarking on a thrilling journey, you should better...
    Porter, Mar 24, 2015
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    Dubai is divided into two parts – Deira on the northern side and Bur Dubai to the south, as well as the top tourist destination of Jumeirah. Abras, the traditional water taxis, are regularly used each day to cross people over to either side of the Creek. Each side has its share of fine mosques and busy souqs, public buildings, shopping malls, hotels, office towers, banks, hospitals, schools,...
    Porter, Apr 10, 2014
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    Chiang Mai is quickly becoming one of the most popular destinations in Thailand. The scenic mountain terrain beckons travellers to explore its peaks and forests, while the city is home to a wealth of historic and cultural sites waiting to be discovered. Whether you’re the adventurous type who loves outdoor activities or a cultured epicure who loves to experience the finer things in life, a...
    Porter, Apr 9, 2014
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    Hanoi is the perfect foil for the seething mass of humanity that is Ho Chi Minh City. With a population of four million and a more genteel style than its southern counterpart, Hanoi is the cultural capital of Vietnam and its heart and soul. A great place to explore on foot, there is a lot to see and do here. Vietnam's capital lies on the banks of the Red River, some 100 kilometres from its...
    Porter, Apr 9, 2014
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    Shenzhen, also hailed as “Peng City”, is one of the wealthiest, yet youngest cities in China. However, it is also one of China’s top tourist destinations, attracting millions of travellers every year. With pleasant seashore and well-preserved forests, the city of Shenzhen earns the excellent reputation of being an “International Garden City”. Theme parks are a highlight, ranging from folk...
    Porter, Apr 1, 2014
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    Guangzhou is one of the twenty-four famous historical and cultural cities in China. Guangzhou’s attractions are not well-known, but it still contains at least 17 interesting places to visit. For modern city structures Canton Tower should be seen and ascended for the view. There are a variety of temples, museums and parks, including Nanling National Forest Park where you can hike in the hills....
    Porter, Apr 1, 2014
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    Shanghai is a huge international metropolis with a long history. The combination of the traditions and modernism has built its unique charm which attracts thousands of millions of visitors every year. Shanghai is a vast and beautiful international city, where people from around the world spend a lot of time in its unforgettable aura. The great metropolis has long outstanding history and...
    Porter, Apr 1, 2014
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    Beijing is a city with big history. As you know it is the capital of China. It does not lack for places that would be interesting for you as a tourist. It counts more than 200 sightseeing objects and you would be certainly pleased to know that everybody welcomes you to taste any piece of historic culture here. It doesn’t matter what kind of traveler you are, because Beijing brings you any kind...
    Porter, Mar 30, 2014