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  1. ya know, it just occurred to me that Pokky has THE most perfect nose. Even if it's surgery, it's lovely, long and sharp and fits her face. It's most unThai like, but looks natural for her somehow. I should have gotten a closer "look".
  2. just another money grab. This is reason enough for me to stop coming, it will only get worse. I won't miss it at all. Having to do research on what NEW and bothersome immigration law has been passed, wondering what they are cracking down on next, and so on. prefer 201, less steps and 301 has an annoying one inch rise in the floor from where it used to be a bigger balcony and my toe caught the fucker at least a few times that first day.
  3. I've stayed in 3 of the rooms and for the money they're fine. Have hot pots now too, tho ya might have to ask for a coffee cup or hit the shop next door for one. Next soi over has TT exchange, and Simple Simon, which has some pretty good food and portions. The Sunday dinner lamb shank was such a plateful, 285 baht I think, that I wondered if I would be able to finish it. Also has some Thai and Chinese food. The view from the balconies is nice, enjoy the street life and see a bit of the water and beach, good fast internet too. Very comfy digs all around and as BB says a bar with as many as 6 or 7 ladyboys at some times. Always a few about, even in the afternoon. If absolute quiet is your thing the 550 baht room is on floor 3 i think it was, and at the rear. Personally I enjoyed occasional bell ringing and cheers from a couple bars across the street. I think it's a great place to chill or venture out from and I'd go have a smoke and some coffee at the beach early morning or at dusk.
  4. think so, wasn't looking at her chest much :) toooo much eye makeup but loves kissing, so ok haha.
  5. I REALLY wanted to go but after 30 hours of planes and airports and a couple hours in a bus to Jomtien I was totally trashed, can't really sleep sitting on a plane. Availed myself of some comfort with Beauty at Katty Bar (wonderful time) and crashed in their comfy big bed. Got an RECORD 10 hours of sleep on my first night in country. Think maybe jet lag was banished by a sleep aid I had called Allteril which has a good amount of Valerian root plus some Melatonin. Amazing to feel THIS rested on the first day. Nice breakfast spot right NEXT to Katty Bar and guesthouse. Ready for a night out NOW haha.
  6. yeah try and do 3 months or so with just a carry on bag. I've done that rail link a few times with a carry on and a huge rolling suitcase. Just hit and end zone in a corner or next to the doors can be ok. It's usually no problem. Nothing like the Skytrain from Thong lor to Siam paragon on a Saturday :)
  7. man, I don't know, it's a kinda grueling run. I spend a few days jet lagged and getting fuck all for sleep.Even free I'd need a few weeks to forget about the trip IN before I'd do a trip out. The shortest time I spend in LOS was my first time and I was there for extensive dental work, spent most of 3 weeks with almost daily visits. One month, then home. Of course that only whetted my appetite but since then it's at least 2 months, with 3, almost 4 as an average. The only time the flight was easy was when I had about 6 number ten valiums someone gave me. Slept the bulk of 25+ hours and able to smell food cooking, wake, eat then snooze again. I think they should give you a couple # 10s for any flight over 8 hours.
  8. looking forward to it. I'm booked for a few days starting 23, but if I like the area and erm, girls :) who knows.
  9. Well, starting with the hour drive to the airport at least 2 hours ahead of take off, then the hour or so hop to Atlanta or Dallas, the hour or two wait there...I go onto a 14 hour flight to Tokyo, another couple hours layover and the 6 hour flight to Bangkok and an hour or so getting thru Immigration. So about 28 hours if things go right. Guaranteed jet lag, I'll leave Wednesday and get there Friday after noon. This I would never do for less than a couple months (when you add in the price of the ticket especially).
  10. well, it's prostitution, they don't care about ladyboys, hell, in my area was'nt but about six on there regular, and another dozen of so that obviously traveled a regular route. Shame the Mexicans or carribeans can't get it together. Imagine hot Puerto Rican ladyboys, mmm. Catholic country, they're still killing trans ppl there. Mexico? COULD be some good spots but basically I think you're right and as long as Thailand has so many on offer no one is going to compete. But then you have the junta. Eh, soon we will expire and no worries. Until then fly on :)
  11. ok, how about you give your order to a lucious ladyboy...she comes back with another lovely and lifts her skirt and pees in the glass. You ask for ice...the other girl lifts skirt and takes the glass and shoots a couple ice cubes out of her pussy into it and asks "you want 3?"
  12. so then instead of ordering an IPA you would ask for an IUP?
  13. does that come with ice shot out of a pussy?
  14. I think that's the idea. Much of what makes LOS a fun stay is the "unofficial" under the table kind of stuff like cheap guesthouses, or cheap street food. But over time a million capitalist sharks have built up malls (with food courts typically costing 2 or 3 times more than a street vendor or much more than that), boutique guesthouses and hotels among other things. THEY pay taxes and observe regulations such as fire safety features and helping the junta track foreigners. They're also backed by BIG money. Maybe eventually your only choice will be much higher priced "legit" guesthouses, or hotels and food courts or nice restaurants or approved outdoor food markets. Basically mostly tourists will visit and leave as they are told. It will cost ever more to do a long stay. I suppose a flood of millions of Chinese tourists might give them the idea this will work, but eventually those might become more trouble than the farang ever were. We will see. We live in interesting times eh?
  15. Not sure about Grab, we just get the most reasonable guy we can find at the bus station. 300 or 400 baht. It's worth it cuz it's right to our door with luggage and in aircon that works. The problem as I see it is that while they make the excuse it's about satisfying international concerns about terrorists hiding in Thailand and so on, what it REALLY is is another money grab. With millions of tourists, and extra 1600 here and there is big money. Plus this will make people use the Tourist visa more, which costs around $50. MORE big money, It's basically a corporate decision as I see it. NOW..eventually they will punch the keyboard and ask you where you were on this and that day, it is unreported. This is like being in school again and asking the teacher if you can go to the bathroom or worse (I'm thinking of a certain time in German history). This will strangle any chance you have for a free flowing, spur of the moment movement which is SO TYPICAL of tourism and exploring a country. 24 hour reporting will make you spend hours over time researching WHERE you can report or trying to report online with a system that is down half the time or won't let you complete the log in procedure. Mail it in? Well that's planning a week in advance. Send it off, wait days and days. I suppose you would need to get their reply/acknowledgment they have recorded this BACK before you can leave. It's liable to make moving around Thailand about like moving thru a flooded rice field, or hardening cement. It's vital to many peoples planning to hear from people who have had problems OR NOT. I strongly encourage members to post experiences on this topic. I wonder how I would be able to get one Thai host to report, he's on a rubber farm in Loei near Phu Luang and just this last months got electricity. Still no internet reception. /me raises hand Herr teacher, may I go to my friends rubber farm?
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