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    Fun with the girls from Joys Paradise, our hotel, guesthouse. Drinking without end, music videos, Thai songs and German hits from 5 decades. 2 old men, without future, but with past, without work, without task, ended up on the scrapheap, but they know how to celebrate and enjoy life; until 3 in the morning. Oh guys. http://www.joysparadise.com/ Good mood, good music and some nice girls for two old men 5555 Nasiadai
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    I present a small selection of my (our) experiences in Pattaya. During the days of the turn of the year Pattaya was hell. The streets and sois were downright black with crowds. By the way, many Thais have been in Pattaya. Let's start with this one: Sexy Girls a gogo in Soi 8 Coming from Second Road, turn into Soi 8, then Sexy Girls a GoGo is about 80 m down the road on the right. It's a spacious bar. The dance floor is in the middle. On the left and right are the rows of benches with seats. Behind the dance floor is the pool for the shower show. The number of girls varies according to the month and season. But usually there are 12 to 16 ladies dancing there. Some girls in a bikini, some without bra. The supply of girls is mixed. The motto of this bar: Older and lush, full-bodied women for older men! like us 55555 “Eights”, "Nines" or "Tens" girls are not to be found here. But there are always two or three ladies present, which I wouldn't push off the edge of my bed. Most of the ladies are in their late 20s and 30s. But there are also two or three young girls - 19 to 25 years old. Some of them with relatively full breasts - according to the normal Thai standard. Bombshells = Optik-Granaten, “optic grenades” as we say in German, stunners, superstars, humdingers can't be found here. There are hardly any “eights”, “nines” or “tens” here. Women like the girl next door, just like that; voluptuous, with some meat on their bones. That's what I like. Drink prices - I don't have in mind; but rather cheap. Clearly at the lower end of the price scale of the Pattaya-GoGos. There's a cheap draft beer on sale all night, 70 Baht. The barfine: 700 or 800 Baht. Standard price of younger girls for longtime is 3000 Baht. But negotiable! You can have them for 2500 and – when you are lucky – for 2000 Baht lt! The older ladies are also available for 2000 lt. And they deliver that special “girlfriend experience” and “take-care-feeling”. Real girlfriends. You feel fine, smooth. The audience are almost exclusively older men, like us here on this board. They are pensioners, 60 plus, mostly long-term vacationers, who live in the surrounding hotels and guest houses of the Second Road as well as the Soi 7 and 8. Of course, almost exclusively white Farlangs, many Germans, but also other European nations are represented. Sexy Girls a Gogo is actually an erotic paradise for old men who also have a rather small travel budget. So for men who, due to their advanced age and small travel budget, can no longer make high demands on the beauty and erotic attractiveness of women. The best part is the music. No techno, no computer boom-boom music! Music clips, videos of rock and pop music from the last 5 decades are shown here. Even some in black and white from the 60s. Every now and then - which is quite refreshing - a few current Thai hits. And all is played in a pleasant volume. When the attentive DJ notices that there are many Germans among the guests, he also plays German music videos! My Thai friend and I danced with a girl in our arms. My friend and me, of course we knew the songs and the lyrics, because they were and they are big hits in Germany. I give an example: Nick P. and DJ Ötzi performing: “Einen Stern, der deinen Namen trägt” Einen Stern, der deinen Namen trägt Hoch am Himmelszelt Den schenk ich Dir heut' Nacht Einen Stern, der deinen Namen trägt Alle Zeiten überlebt Und über unsere Liebe wacht A star, which bears your name, high in the firmament, I give to you tonight. A star, which bears your name, survived through all the years and watches over our love. My personal opinion: One of my favourite gogos; relaxed atmosphere; you can have, if you like, fun with the girls. You can have fondling fun, too. Most girls don't mind cuddling, smooching, groping and grabbing. A good, cheap GoGo for older guys with willing and inexpensive ladies. Nothing for those of you who like the the totally overpriced “SchickiMicki” Gogos, the fancy-schmancy, the trendy, in-crowd gogos like What's up, Skyfall, Bliss etc. on WS and Soi 15. By the way: the boss of Sexy Girls a Gogo was a former policeman. Nasiadai - alias Bakwahn
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    I can only advise anyone not to stay in Pattaya between about 20 December and 12 January, so round about. I am not talking about local expats or long-term holidaymakers who spend three to four months in Pattaya in winter. I mean the vacationer who comes to Pattaya for 3 to 4 weeks to have some Sanuk and fun with the girls. In this period Pattaya is the exact opposite of "Dead as a Dodo". It's an exploding volcano, black with crowds of people. The pushing and shoving in the WS is unbearable. It's mainly these Asian crowds of visitors who invade Pattya in their hundreds of thousands and they are curious gawpers in the streets and sois of South-Pattaya. Every day hundreds and thousands of coaches come and go, clogging the streets of Pattaya. I know all too well these gazers, onlookers tourists from the Hamburg Reeperbahn, mostly elderly people of retirement age. Especially on Friday and Saturday evenings they are taken in dozens of buses to the Reeperbahn, which then unload their crowds. When the group passes a brothel or a table dance bar, this ambivalent, malicious grin is reflected on their faces, always associated with embarrassment, awkwardness, and humiliation. Behind these walls, behind these doors, it is vice that reigns, here is sin at home. At the same time one feels magically attracted to these places, because here the glamour, the eroticism, the sexuality, the sensual lust is celebrated - supposedly. Exactly this facial expression and this embarrassing grin can be found on the faces of many package tourists and mass tourists at the WS.
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    You should also know, that everything is your fault, the fate of men these days is to provide sperm and buy houses for women, any outcome that is less than the ultimate expression of the 'Princess Delusion' is a travesty and you are to blame.
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    So after I put up my original post while the air was bad and the forecast was for a lot more of the same... the next night after I posted, the air cleared. I went for a walk at the beach and could see for miles. Since then the index has been hanging around 100, sometimes lower - between 93 and 114. The mornings after a night of dead air are the worst. I have good N95 masks that fit tight and keep out smoke so I can wear those whenever I need to. I'm very relieved. I don't want to go somewhere else. Thanks for the responses, GG
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    Raise hands all those who've seen people smoking in close proximity to petrol/gas refilling activities . I've seen on three different occasions, Somchais happily smoking at gas stations, each time I was moved to leave with haste.
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    When I first came to Thailand in 1973, there were comparatively few cars in Bangkok (population c. 2 million). Traffic moved very fast, and most people traveled by buses, which were dirt cheap (1/2 baht) and provided very good service. Most people didn't need or want a car. Then as the city grew, cars suddenly became a status symbol. Surveys have shown that newly wed couples put buying a car ahead of buying a home or condo. The traffic becomes worse every year, but a car still seems to be a "must have". It wouldn't be so bad, if it was just one car per family, but that is not the Thai way. If a family has 4 or 5 people, they will "need" 4 or 5 cars. Car pools to go to work? Nonsense, where is the status symbol in that? It's one car, one person. It no longer make any sense to drive downtown, since not only do you face the massive traffic jams, but you probably won't be able to find a parking space when you get where you're going. Nevertheless, look at all the red plates (new cars) you see on the road. I bought my car when I lived in rural Banglamung and needed it to get around. Now that I'm back in Bangkok, it sits parked more often than not and I take the MRT and BTS, both of which are now getting to be almost as crowded as trains in Tokyo. The way things are going, Bangkok will soon be unlivable. I'm on the very edge of the city, in a quiet area with tree lined streets. But how long before the pollution reaches here too? Rural Thailand is still nice, and I may well end up moving to the North one of these days. Tourists don't stay very long in Bangkok now, instead heading for the beach or the mountains. Can you blame them?
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