Premier Signature Pattaya
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... as well, like a lukewarm bath mmmmmm!! Loads of people coming round to sell you all manner of food, drink, toys, manicures, pedicures, massages - I might just treat myself to something tomorrow :) Tonight we went onto the 'strip' or walking street as it is known, basically like the red light district in Amsterdam lol, lots of 'hot girls' dancing & trying to get ...
... did too, in opposite directions. Neither seemed concerned about the damage that was done. The other accident was when a friend and I were walking in Bangkok and a motobike came up between the car next to the curb and the curb. Motorbikes do this. They ride between the car and the curb. They just have a few inches to ride, but that's what they do. This motorbike hit a car mirror and the bike spun around. They driver was laying on the pavement not moving. Blood ...
... were pretty quiet, just enjoying everything. That massage definitely reinforced my masculinity after that "lady boy" encounter, though the fact that I was walking around the rest of the night covered in shiny oil residue didn’t really help in that regard.
When we left, we travelled back past the same fruit cart as before. The former lady-boy was thankfully gone, but was replaced by two new ones, both of whom were quite a bit more masculine (if ...
... br> was boarding a large Navy fighting ship. I was denied access because
I was a foreigner and did not have the correct paper work, even
though I had the correct paper work. Oh well! I instead had a beer
with some Isaan people I met while I waited for the crew to return. I
did a good job at hiding any consumption form the eyes and noses of
students. Of course I am a shining example of upright citizenness and
high moral standing.
... processed bread you can eat. The Thais love selling bread with nasty things soaked or injected in and I really have had a gutful of that.
So after a few days I figured it was time to move on. I’m not a huge fan of Bangkok, it’s a city like any other. It’s cold and lonely, people don’t want to talk, they just want your money and they want you to move along with the minimum of fuss. I could be in London or Berlin or my girlfriend’s living ...