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  1. Great point. These days, I am looking for beer at midday and late afternoon/early evening lady action. Last place I mongered other than BKK was Singapore. Nothing happening until around 10pm. Clubs and 3am non-stop partying bars are useless as a chocolate fireguard to me nowadays. Tom Tit
  2. Once again, Keep It Fun writes a post so that I do not have to: same same me. (I'd perhaps just add Soi 7 Beergarden to my own list. I will often pop in for a few late afternoon beers if there's nothing happening on Soi 4 or if the Morning Night/Stumble Inn birds are annoying me (sudden onset of unsolicited lady drink feeding frenzy 🙄), or just for a change of scenery. Beergarden usually full of old bangers, but late afternoon you can sometimes find a real gem among the rubbish. Older, bolder, and more fun, the gals in there: the way like them.) Tom Tit 😷
  3. Much more recent thread on Krabi here. Still interesting in up-to-date info and tips on Krabi/Ao Nang, as I will definitely be there later this year. Tom Tit 👹
  4. The one I picked up in the Hard Rock Cafe and shagged in the the Siam Square Novotel in 2015 wasn’t bad. Naomi, I think she was called. Lovely. Tom Tit 👹
  5. Ooh, I do like a good pint of porter. Bet it’s expensive though? Tom Tit 👹
  6. What lev123 wrote (post above this one ☝️) is the correct answer. Allow an hour for each journey. Set off for Don Muang at 10.30am for your Saturday 13.30 flight. Trust your pecker's got some 'wood', Woody mate. You'll have a ball. Tom Tit 👹
  7. Just noticed: you might wanna check/clarify: you mean Suvarnabhumi (BKK) or Don Mueang Airport (DMK)? Tom Tit :blink:
  8. Quick, drunk, and via Soi 4 (Nana Hotel car park if it's really late and the bars are shut) for a takeaway tart. Have fun. Tom Tit :blink:
  9. Judging on what I saw, and reported in my review (particularly the bit that says: ‘it was definitely guest friendly’), I think it’s girl friendly. I don’t suppose they charge a fee, but I saw no evidence in support or contradiction of that supposition, so I’m not sure. I didn’t take a bird back to Aloft during my stay, but lots of other guests were quite openly doing so. Tom Tit :blink:
  10. http://www.bangkok-addicts.com/forum/topic/8165-aloft-hotel-soi-11-recent-reports/?fromsearch=1 I stayed there last July. Very good. Tom Tit :blink:
  11. Eminently walkable, unless it's pissing down and/or one of you is inebriated, then a taxi (which will take longer than walking, due to traffic and hotel being other side of Sukhumvit, and cost you). Tuk tuk would be fastest and easiest but a waste of money. If it's not raining, and you're not drunk, walk. 5-7 minutes (Beergarden), 10-12 minutes (Thermae). Have fun. Tom Tit :blink:
  12. Has been known: 2014: https://www.stickboybkk.com/news/american-falls-death-5th-floor-nana-hotel/ 2015: https://www.stickboybkk.com/news/mystery-death-at-sukhumvit-soi-4-hotel/ Have fun. Tom Tit :blink: PS. Christ, there’s even a website dedicated solely to falang deaths in Thailand. Be careful, folks... https://www.farang-deaths.com
  13. Me same same you: used to stay at Nana Hotel (yes, I know... :wacko: ) if it was just a boozy full-on mongering trip, somewhere a bit nicer (Sukhumvit Solo Soi 2 Hotel was good (but eyebrows raised if more than one takeaway gal on your arm when you stagger in), Aloft on Soi 11 was very good (though I never brought back a bird to there)) if it was business and me paying. But I stayed at Landmark last trip (February 2019: see Trip Report) and it was brilliant. Highly recommended: great room, great service, no eyebrows raised, no problems at all. Have fun. Tom Tit :blink:
  14. Normal sober tedious workaday existence at home is, for me, as 'detox-ed' as it gets. My trips to Thailand, on the other hand, tend rather to be a very rapid and relentless retreat into bouncing-off-walls eyes-on-stalks 24/7 drunken shag-a-thon debauchery. Flippancy aside, I wholly concur with those who have opined that the body knows best, and to waste money on faddish trendy treatments is idiotic. Don’t drink too much, eat well, exercise, rest well. If you must booze it up, burn your candle at both ends, eat rubbish, sit on the sofa all day, well, shut up and get on with it and accept the consequences if and when your body starts to complain. Up to you. But paying good money for some doss clown to make you star fruit smoothies then stick a hosepipe up your arse and flush you out with soapy water? Hahahahaha. Mental ‘detoxification’ might be another matter entirely. The psychological state of any woman working in the sex industry (whether that which drove her to prostitution and/or that which results from daily selling sex to strangers) must be severely, perhaps irreparably, warped and damaged and, however much we might rationalise and/or deny our own motives and addictive behaviour, the mindset of us serial mongers will be one that any psychiatrist would find interesting. As for therapy? I suspect any really potentially-efficacious treatment or counselling would first necessarily involve a prolonged period of 'detox' i.e. taking the girl/monger completely out of the environment in which she/he is exposed to triggers to her/his 'condition' and keeping her/him away for as long as it takes (probably forever). Only once that period of detoxification had been deemed to have taken effect could therapy proper begin. And, as with any other addictive behaviour, such treatment would only have a chance of succeeding if the 'patient' had genuinely, freely, and sincerely expressed a desire to address and manage the malaise. But it almost certainly wouldn't work with the gals. Odds of at least 300-1? (That's the odds some specialists give for an alcoholic ever drinking 'safely' again; others say it's impossible.) I've personally known at least a dozen falang-hooker couples who've tried to make a go of it (and read or heard about dozens more): marriage, kids, and settling down, whether in Thailand or overseas. In every case it's ended badly, with her eventually (in some cases, very rapidly) going back on the game and him having to pick up the smashed pieces of his life. I know of three blokes (mongers) who have managed a happy marriage and long-term ongoing family life (one in BKK, one in Rayong, one in UK) with a Thai women, and, though they'd all worked in the bar scene, none of those 3 birds was a prostitute. (I know that for definite, not just cos they say so.) You join the dots. Have fun. Tom Tit :blink:
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