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    Sadly, is a report on Bangkok without bars. Fortunately, bars opened yesterday so I'll be back after Makha Bucha Day, but I needed some dental work so I spent a few weeks. Since bars were closed, I stayed on the river, at the Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel. Room was pretty good, all rooms have great views of the river. Looking the other way, from the hallway. Since bars were closed I made a trip to the liquor store for some whisky, purely for medicinal purposes, just in case I should get a toothache or something. There were only a few guests. The hotel lobby and lobby bar were empty. There were two outdoor pools, the garden pool was best, with a Jacuzzi. There were these peacocks hanging out in the garden I hadn't stayed on the river since 2004, then at the Shangri-La Hotel, had some fun times there with these hotties. These scanned from old film, a farm fresh stunner from Angel-Witch. My friend Tak, who I spent several days with and took on a dinner cruise. Here's Tak in the Shangri-La hotel lobby This girl came from Exocita I remember this girl treated me to a long blow job This girl came from Soi Cowboy and just wanted to fuck The Sheraton boat was out of commission but the Siphraya Pier was next door which had free shuttle boats to SiamIcon mall across the river every 20 minutes, so I hung out there most of the time. It only took a few minutes to get to SiamIcon mall The mall was decorated for Chinese New Year Some nice artwork inside This mall is so massive it has 61 restaurants, not counting the mom and pop's that sell street food. It has 61 sit-down restaurants, nearly all Asian. I checked many menus looking for a burger and couldn't find one, just some surf and turn, not much beef at all. I fancied some fresh crab, Jumbo Seafood is noted for chili crab, probably too spicy for me. I thought I'd just have some steamed but they wanted 3000 per kg for mud crab, that's five times what I pay when I go to Koh Kood, so I just had some French Mussels at D'Ark, since I like Hoy. They had a fountain show like at Bellagio but it finished by the time my meal arrived. Another time I went up to the 6th level for Canadian Lobster baked in cheese at Sushi Den. Unfortunately, the cheese was local but the meal was reasonably priced. And back to the hotel in the evening Night view from my room There was a Coffee Club next door at the River City Mall for an Eggs Benedict breakfast while enjoying the river view, also a Starbucks and a Subway in the River City Mall. After this I moved over to the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit to be closer to my dentist. I also hadn't stayed at this hotel since 2004. Room was a little nicer than the Royal Orchid and price was 500 baht more, but the view wasn't too spectacular. I would have preferred facing north, towards Terminal 21, like this Like the Sofitel and Hyatt Regency, the hotel has direct BTS access, which is really nice. Breakfast was 300+ extra but well worth it. Eggs to order, crispy bacon, dim sum, imported cheeses, and fresh orange juice. I went over to El Gaucho Argentinian Steakhouse near by for a 350g Rib Eye. There were plenty of attractive women walking down Soi 19 in the late afternoon and I couldn't help but think about all the great girls I shagged upstairs when the building was City Lodge Hotel. Nearby, Soi Cowboy does a great lunchtime business for thais with plenty of food vendors, even when the bars are closed. I visited one of my masseuses, her name is Golf. My ball didn't find the hole during the Golf session but my putter did. Over at Nana, all was quiet. Hooters had their signage lit but they were closed. Had a Reuben sandwich at Landmark on the Terrace. Construction is making fast progress on the new office building between Q House and the Landmark Across the street, on the north side of Sukhumvit, another office building is being constructed. I used to frequent the Mom & Pop seafood stalls on that site near the Soi 7 Beer Garden. The new Wine Connection on Soi 11 has a nice special before 5 PM. Any pasta with salad and drink for only 199. I had the lamb and pasta which is usually 310 just by itself. Add dessert and coffee for just 149++ more For more cheap eats, I had some fried oysters at the MBK food service area, now on the 6th floor. There's a new Apple Store at Central Went over to Siam Square to meet up with another forum member, Dominic Toretto And I also scheduled a couple photo shoots while I was in town.
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    Hi Pattaya Talk. Just to let you know we are open again and our hours are 5:00pm till 11:00pm every night. Walking St is pretty quiet at the moment. No tourists and the roadworks starting to put cables under ground. There are plenty of bars open such as Pin Up, Windmill, Dollhouse, Atlantis and others. I have been doing some livestreams to keep the girls happy and put some money in the till, but I want to make it absolutely clear, there are no livestreams when the bar is open, we pack all the equipment away. So your privacy is assured. Here are a few photos of my lineup as of this weekend. Hipe to see you all some time. Stay safe. Phil
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    Gracias, it's sort of in suspended mode until I can make it back to the NBZ. But if there's much interest and no objection, I might CnP the running thread from PL as I update things there.
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    No No No ! You always get it wrong...You have to BE a big dick ....
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    Yeh, but I don't have a car anymore ...
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    Old ones are the best ones. IMG_3728.MP4
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    ................................. And on that note, before the circles we are going in get any smaller, its time to say goodnight!
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    We had meant to try this American style diner after Christmas after I saw it on a Ride4Kicks video. Then the lock downs happened. We finally got there for lunch today. From their webpage: TW had the chicken fried steak, I had a Rueben. We had jalapeño poppers as a starter which were also very good. Plus they brought the starter out first then both meals together after it was finished. We got another chicken fried steak and a chicken parmesan take away for the kids. I tried the latter later and it was quite good. Four meals, a starter, two SMLs and a vanilla milkshake came to just under 1,300 Baht. I found that quite reasonable for the quality, quantity, and pleasant surroundings. We'll be back. We had a happy surprise when we got home, we saw them getting our community swimming pool ready because the Rayong governor has lifted his extra restrictions.
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    The only thing I can add is that I don't believe in crystal balls. Who knows what the situation will be in a few months time? Will there be new variants? Will anyone want to let you into their country? Will the vaccines keep working? Will there be insurance available for travelling? Will everyone everywhere drop managed quarantine on arrival? The point I make is that despite some of the most comprehensive quarantine and isolation rules in the world my country is constantly getting reinfected. No one seems to know how they get into the community, but it's a fact of life that they do. No one wishes for overseas travel more than me but I am keeping 100 % grounded until I can truly believe that it's all under control. Sent from my CPH1941 using Tapatalk
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    Greetings Monkeywatchers, core coon crap for paying us another visit, and welcome to another disease-ridden glance around (used to be) Fun City. Thailand has now developed its own Covid vaccine and trials will begin next month. First tests will be carried out on migrant workers, and if these prove to be safe then the next round of tests will be conducted on animals. Finally, they’ll be carrying out tests on Thais in three phases, the last of which is not expected to conclude until well into next year. Guess the Thais will have to endure having foreign muck shot into their arms until then. What a bunch of bloody jabsworths. The lockdown in Pattaya has now ended for domestic tourists and the authorities have come up with a wizard wheeze that they’ve called “Check in Chon Buri Free 500” for some unfathomable reason. The way it works is that tourists booking hotel rooms will receive a 100 baht voucher that can be used in 130 restaurants and tourist spots. So that’s about 77 satang per venue then. These guys really need the foreign tourists back. A Thai man who attempted a suicide jump from a Pattaya highway bridge was saved from a grisly end on the road below after rescuers successfully positioned a tank of water underneath him to break his fall. Pity they didn’t ask him if he could swim. This social distancing malarkey is getting seriously out of hand… A bar in Jomtien has been offering a service called Free Food Friday to help people who are starving. This really needs to be followed by Free Sex Saturday to help people deal with a different kind of starvation. Lovely jub jubbly. A survey recently carried out by UK health authorities has named Bangkok as the 13th healthiest city in the world. Presumably they gathered their data without actually visiting the city. Perhaps the next time they open their mouths they should do it in Bangkok after trying to breathe in first. Thai medical authorities have rejected the idea of a “vaccine passport” as they say that no one knows if the vaccines are 100 percent effective in preventing the virus. Actually, everyone knows that they aren’t, so they basically seem to be saying that quarantine restrictions will last forever. You’ll probably be better off going on holiday to somewhere like Fort Knox – it’ll be easier to get in. Pandemic budget cuts continue with a minor downsizing of Soi 9 Police Station… Bars news now, and it looks like Tahitian Queen will not be closing after all, having been rescued by crowd funding. Watch out dudes, they’ll all be after your money now. Another long standing Go Go has, however, fared less well. Far East Rock 2 has closed and looks unlikely to be coming back as all the fixtures and fittings have been removed and taken away. The mayor of Pattaya has come up with a spiffing new idea to enhance Walking Street – he wants to put a roof on it. Well it might come in handy during the rainy season, but you also have to consider the build-up of heat and the combined aromas of junk food, stale cigarette smoke and stinking pigs, at which point the idea seems rather less attractive. Even more hazardous would be the build-up of farts. If somebody struck a match on a busy night the place would go up like the bloody Hindenburg. Maybe a better idea would be to build a dome over the whole of Thailand and install aircon. Maybe an even better idea would be to forget the whole sodding thing. Time for our monthly Pattaya history lesson now with a look back at a couple of examples of life in the Monkeywatch of February 2011… “Following reports of increasing organised crime activity and violence in Pattaya, the boys in brown took decisive action by assembling 350 officers and carrying out a raid on Soi 6. They later explained to irate bar owners that the raid was necessary because they were concerned that drugs might be sold to unsuspecting tourists. So how do you sell drugs to someone without them suspecting? Undaunted, the local constabulary continued to perpetuate Pattaya’s image as a war zone with further raids, this time on Soi Pattayaland 1, otherwise known as Poof Alley, and Soi Pattayaland 2, otherwise known as…er…Poof Alley. This was all apparently to rid the streets of crime prior to the Chinese New Year celebrations, for which a brand new crime wave has presumably been planned.” We never do… How many Thais does it take to change a light bulb? Well two apparently, the second one being needed to replace the bulb after the first one manages to electrocute himself. Thus it was in the case of a Thai chappie who undertook this relatively innocuous task while his wife was washing the dishes. She heard a strangled cry and rushed into the room to find that her husband was lying on the floor and her marital status had changed to widow. She told rescue workers that the accident may have had something to do with the fact that “the light bulb was not a standard installation.” Ah yes, I think we get the picture now. A gay rights group is doing its bit to help out during the pandemic by running a food truck that sells meals for as little as 10 baht. Customers can choose from delicacies such as fairy cakes, puff pastry and uphill garden peas. The event is being run by a Mr Brian Hatter, managing director of local firm R. Spandett and Co. Police made over 70 arrests after raiding a Thai bar in South Pattaya during the early hours of the morning. The bar owner was charged with opening outside legal hours, running a bar without a licence, selling booze without a permit and not having the correct permit for the building. He told police “Well if you’re going to split hairs I’m pissing off”, at which point he legged it down to Bali Hai Pier, jumped off and was last seen swimming towards international waters. Must be lockdown fever. Silly bugger. Finally, Pattaya golfers have been avidly watching the news for updates on the Tiger Woods car crash. The cause of the accident isn’t known yet, though a police officer at the scene told reporters that there was no sign of any skid marks. Guess they haven’t checked his boxers yet. be seeing you monkeyman
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    Toilet Humour A06B1AA7-A7CE-449E-8E46-6D353FFC2A43.MP4
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    All I can say Phil is well done for hanging onto your ladies. I can hardly imagine what you are going through to make it happen. Sent from my CPH1941 using Tapatalk
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    Surprised this isn’t a best seller in Pattaya,
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    The Geography of a Woman🤣🤣 Between 18 and 22, a woman is like Africa . Half discovered, half wild, fertile and naturally Beautiful! Between 23 and 30, a woman is like Europe. Well developed and open to trade, especially for someone of real value. Between 31 and 35, a wom is like Spain. Very hot, relaxed and convinced of her own beauty. Between 36 and 40, a woman is like Greece. Gently aging but still a warm and desirable place to visit. Between 41 and 50, a woman is like Great Britain. With a glorious and all conquering past. Between 51 and 60, a woman is like Israel. Has been through war, doesn't make the same mistakes twice, and takes care of business . Between 61 and 70, a woman is like Canada. Self-preserving, but open to meeting new people. After 70, she becomes Tibet. Wildly beautiful, with a mysterious past and the wisdom of the ages. An adventurous spirit and a thirst for spiritual knowledge. THE GEOGRAPHY OF A MAN Between 1 and 100, a man is like North Korea and Zimbabwe . Ruled by a pair of nuts!!
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    Nah. I just remembered the general conversations. When you got all shirty instead of admitting you had said these things I used the search engine to find them. Why dont you just man up and admit you had the same conversation about mods being paid last year so we can all move on. Appreciating the unpaid work the mods do to keep this forum running rather than abuse them for being human isnt sucking up, it's simple politeness.
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    Your posts on "the Reputation System and how it works" thread in the off topic section. Page 5. Post #105 I dunno what sort of wages they're on but I'm available if they need someone. Post #110 if they want me on the firm I'll want paying. I've never worked for nothing and I dont intend to start now. I wouldnt mind doing a few hours a week for £50 quid a week.
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    Daugher has wanted to try this place since we told her about it, so today we went back. Starters, mozzarella sticks and jalapeño poppers: TW had the buffalo wings, Daughter the Grand Slam, and I went with the French dip, though there are so many sandwiches on offer I probably won't repeat with that one. Everything was good.
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    Today at the Coca-Cola company
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    Only thing that matters on aircraft is the seat pitch. People claim the A380 is big and spacious but if you have a seat pitch of 32" in economy and 34" on a A330 or a 787 then the 34" seat pitch wins every time for me
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    Thanks, much appreciation for the effort. An all round post, updating us on Bangkok, some examples of great dining, and a lovely lady to round it off!
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    Not to mention ... Oreos ... might be on life support.
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    The Thai cattle/beef industry is mostly north of ChokChai the big tourist/dairy/cattle ranch about an hour north of Bangkok on the Highway of Death. Just west in Kanchanaburi is Sunthorm ranch another large breeder. There are several high quality beef ranches these days; most prominent and long running is PYK which specializes in Charolais (a french breed). A lot of the beef sold at restaurants in Bangkok even places like "Gaucho' that advertises 'Aussie Wagyu beef' is actually from northern and western Thailand. These days many ranchers are cross breeding Charolais with other breeds such as American Brahman such as PC does at PC Ranch outside Udon Thani ... another excellent place for a good steak. But these places like PYK/Sunthorm/PC Ranch/ChokChai produce premium beef which might be 5% of the Thai market and most of that is actually exported believe it or not. It's not what you're getting in 99 Baht specials in Pattaya or elsewhere. I ranch in SE Texas and although I'm no cow whisperer, the Charolais beef from PYK/Sunthorm/PC Ranch/ChokChai is as good as you'll get elsewhere. Whether the steaks are as good or not has more to do with hoe the beef is aged after sacrifice and personal taste.
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    No denying the restorative and beneficial power of a good blowjob...
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    Just a note of caution with Travel Trolley read their small print in case of airline cancellation basically they have no liability. Voice of experience.
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    Puff pastry is always found on grab n go food. Without sounding too tinfoil hatish.. Isn't it odd that most major puff pastry purveyors also have big stakes in vacuum cleaner companies 🤔
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    Might be contrary to the building's insurance. You need to check with the management committee.
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