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Tom Tit

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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 accep
  15. ‘It’s haunted and I won’t go inside...’ is precisely what I said to an old Soi 7 Beergarden freelance banger I after I got a good whiff of her snatch. It looked like a loose-packed doner kebab. Tom Tit :blink:
  16. I stayed at Aloft in July last year. I wrote http://www.bangkok-addicts.com/forum/topic/8165-aloft-hotel-soi-11-recent-reports/?hl=stayed>: 'I stayed at Aloft for 4 nights. No complaints. Reception staff were helpful, charming and sincere (and, in the case of the bird who checked me in, 10/10 drop dead gorgeous). Room was large (I switched on the patter with Drop Dead G and got upgraded) and clean. Huge bed. Wasn’t noisy at all (Levels nite club in basement rocking till 4am, so I was worried about the noise after what some folks said above) though I was on a high floor (25th floor
  17. The election initially scheduled for 24 February 2019 will now be held on 24 March 2019. This is good news for myself, as I’ll be in BKK in February, but might cause others to want to rethink their travel/mongering plans. (As far as I’m aware, bars and go-gos close (or at least can’t sell alcohol) on an Election Day (?).) ‘On 23 January 2019 the government announced that the long-awaited election would be held on 24 March 2019.’ https://www.google.co.jp/amp/s/amp.cnn.com/cnn/2019/01/23/asia/thailand-election-date-intl/index.html Tom Tit :blink:
  18. We have a winner: 24 March it is. ‘On 23 January 2019 the government announced that the long-awaited election would be held on 24 March 2019.’ https://www.google.co.jp/amp/s/amp.cnn.com/cnn/2019/01/23/asia/thailand-election-date-intl/index.html Tom Tit :blink:
  19. Crikey, what a fucking nightmare. :( I once had a connecting flight to Thailand unceremoniously cancelled in (I think it was) Taipei, and had to stay inside the fucking airport getting more and more pissed off and grottier for 36 hours waiting for them to fix the plane. Nightmare. I went mad once I finally got to Bangkok. 24/7 mayhem: boozing and banging from dusk to dawn. Oh dear oh dear oh dear... Go for it big style now you're there, mate. :D Oh... Three bar fines on your first night! :o I see you are doing exactly that. B) Good work. Happy endings. Trust you get some hefty c
  20. Yeah, Chatuchak's great. Everyone should go there once. Repeat visits reap diminishing returns I find. it's a good place for chatting up single tourist birds wandering around on their own too. I've had two notable successes there, on separate occasions. A cute Aussie backpacker and a very gorgeous Taiwanese chick. Bumped into both at Chatuchak and both were on the end of my cock a few hours later. Hang round the little stalls that sell coffee and beer. You can't lose. Have fun. Tom Tit :blink:
  21. Good work, lads. I'm feeling 100% more positive now than the shit-my-pants sinking sensation I experienced a few days ago, suspecting I'd be in BKK for a dry weekend. As I've written elsewhere on here, I once (only once!) very foolishly attempted a whole 10-day sojourn in BKK stone-cold sober (as opposed to my normal 24/7 eyes-on-stalks boozy setting) 'just to see what it was like'. Well, it was shit. Fucking shit. I've enjoyed visits to the VD clinic more. For, for me, sober = overly self conscious, crushingly inhibited, timid, grumpy and jumpy. Not an ideal recipe for a 48-hour m
  22. Conflicting reports... but most recent indicates the election will be postponed: https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asia/thailand-must-postpone-election-again-until-march-officials-11125800> Tom Tit :blink:
  23. Ah, I see. Thanks. Should be business as usual bar-wise that Feb 23-4 weekend, then. That's great news, for me at least. Tom Tit :blink: https://www.straitstimes.com/asia/se-asia/thailand-must-postpone-election-again-until-march-officials
  24. I just remembered reading somewhere (a few months ago, online) that bars would be temporarily closed in Bangkok at some point during February 2019 (think it was 23-24 February) due to 'elections'. Didn't bat much of an eyelid at the time, but, wouldn't you know it... Despite frantic googling, I can't now locate the article in which I read that, and there appear to be no Thai elections planned next month. I did just find a (presumably) fellow mongering alcoholic on TripAdvisor posting the same query a few days ago, however... False alarm? Hoping so. Yours seeking reassurance with
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