Jump to content


  • Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


Everything posted by Nasiadai

  1. Mekong, you're right about the Thai population. The pace of vaccination is very slow there and lags behind the announcements of the Siamese government. My contribution refers to the incoming tourists and holidaymakers. If they can prove that they are "clean", vaccinated, not contagious, and have Corona health insurance, millions of tourists can enter. Why not?
  2. I don't want to bore anyone with my illness story. My blood pressure continues to be much too high; despite taking blood pressure-lowering medication regularly. It is therefore doubtful whether I will ever come to Siam again ..... my topic today: How will be the coming high season from around October/November 2021 to early April 2022? What decisions will the Thai government make in the coming weeks and months concerning international tourism? I suspect that Thailand will reopen the borders to international tourism from October/November 2021. Tourists entering the country will have to fulfil the following requirements: 1. they must be fully vaccinated - at least twice, better three times. 2. they must have health insurance that also covers corona illness; i.e. also the costs for a quick return trip to the home country or the cost-intensive treatment in a Thai hospital. 3. incoming tourists must show a negative test taken immediately before departure. I believe that only under these conditions the Thai government can revive international tourism. But these entry conditions will deter many holidaymakers/tourists. Many will prefer to stay at home under these circumstances. Final comment: The Corona crisis is far from over. The vaccines are nowhere near as effective as hoped. Even vaccinated people can fall ill - although not severely - and they can transmit the virus. Nasiadai - Hamburg/Deutschland Guest at Happy Bou and Joy's Paradise, Jomtiem - Soi Welcome
  3. My health has been very bad for a good two weeks. My heart and circulation are going crazy. The blood pressure rises to over 200; to 220 and 233 even. Today I am experiencing a completely normal summer day. There are no special features and no excitement. It is a wonderful summer evening, the heart starts pumping wildly as if out of the blue. The blood pressure rises to 200. What is this? I am a notorious hypertensive all my life; an inheritance from the two families I come from. The many medical examinations I have undergone in the last few weeks have yielded no results. I am a perfectly healthy man, no diseases, no cancer, no other medical abnormalities. Only the tendency to high blood pressure. This constant high blood pressure led to a stroke 8 years ago. The doctors want to "readjust the blood pressure" through a certain medication. "Readjust the blood pressure", that is the phrase the doctors always repeat. I take my blood pressure lowering medication regularly; now a medication in a slightly higher dose. But I hardly feel any blood pressure lowering effect. Medicine, the art of medicine, has reached its end. They can't help me. I am out of treatment.
  4. Nach einer saft- und kraftlosen Niederlage (0:1 gegen Frankreich), einem großartigen Sieg gegen Portugal (4:2), einem blamablen Unentschieden gegen Ungarn ist die deutsche Mannschaft gegen mittelmäßige Engländer ausgeschieden. Die einstmals erfolgreiche und gefürchtete deutsche Nationalmannschaft ist international als "die Mannschaft" endgültig in der Zweitklassigkeit angekommen. Das ist das schonungslose Ergebnis der letzten zwei großen Turniere. 2018 in Rußland das Ausscheiden bereits in der Vorrunde und nun die krachende Niederlage gegen brav und bieder spielende Engländer. After a sapless and powerless defeat (0:1 against France), a great win against Portugal (4:2), an embarrassing draw against Hungary, the German team was eliminated against mediocre English. The once successful and feared German national team has finally arrived internationally as "die Mannschaft", as "the team" in the second division. That is the ruthless result of the last two major tournaments. In Russia in 2018, they were eliminated in the preliminary round, and now they suffered a crushing defeat at the hands of the well-behaved, of medoicre English. That's it!
  5. I do it in Deutsch and in English Ich gratuliere dem englischen Team zu diesem deutlichen Sieg über eine ideenlos spielende deutsche Mannschaft. Der Bann ist gebrochen. Seit dem letzten Sieg gegen Deutschland 1966 hat es in wichtigen Spielen nur Niederlagen gegeben. Nach 55 Jahren erlöst dieser Sieg über Deutschland eine ganze Nation. Ich gratuliere noch einmal recht herzlich und wünsche dem englischen Team viel Erfolg für die weiteren Spiele. I congratulate the English team on this clear victory over a German team that played without ideas. The spell has been broken. Since the last victory against Germany in 1966, there have only been defeats in important matches. After 55 years, this victory over Germany redeems an entire nation. Once again I congratulate the English team and wish them every success in their future matches. Well done, England!
  6. One more addendum. A ridiculous misjudgement!!!!!!!! World Cup 2010, Round of 16: Germany's 4:1 almost became a minor matter as the referee makes one of the most massive misjudgements in recent World Cup history - take a look for yourself (yes, this goal was indeed not given). My opinion: It was a just compensation for the Wembley goal in 1966. The referee must have had this "goal" in his memory and thought that there should not be a second goal of this kind against Germany. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5QlBHF6ib8
  7. A few reflections, a few memories and reflections on the games between England and Deutschland. Deutschland will meet England in the European Championship round of 16. In the overall balance (36 matches), England is currently ahead with one win. But what is a record compared to all the stories this duel has to offer? And there will be new stories, nice ones and not so pretty ones. Maybe already on coming Tuesday 27. June 2021. Excitingly, among other things, while Deutschland is England's footballing "nemesis", the reverse is not true; a case of "unrequited hatred", so to speak, which makes it all the more painful for the English who are in nemesis mode. England vs. Deutschland has been a classic at least since 30.07.1966 - the non-goal of the century. I heard the final on 30 July 1966 live on a bicycle on a small transistor radio. There were two of us on a holiday trip through northern Germany; a school friend and I; it was summer holiday. When Wolfgang Weber scored the equaliser in injury time, I landed in the ditch for joy. The final of the 1966 World Cup between England and the Bundesrepublik Deutschland started furiously. After 20 minutes, the score was already 1:1 with goals from Helmut Haller (12th) and Geoff Hurst (18th). Twelve minutes before the end of normal time, England took the lead through Martin Peters, but German defender Wolfgang Weber equalised in injury time with his first international goal. The legendary Wembley goal came in the 101st minute. Hurst shot the ball at the bottom of the crossbar, from where it bounced vertically downwards before being headed out of bounds by Weber. Swiss referee Gottfried Dienst ruled it a goal after consulting linesman Tofiq Bəhramov. Hurst went 4 :2 up in the final minute of the second half of extra time and although the goal would have been irregular under normal circumstances, with spectators already on the pitch, the final score remained 4 :2 after extra time. England thus became world champions for the first and only time. I abbreviate the long history of German-English encounters. Semi-final 1996 at Wembley Stadium Germany England: Gareth Southgate - he gave the tragedian of Shakespearian greatness 26 June 1996, Wembley Stadium, European Championship semi-final. We witness one of the most regal, audacious, proud and beautiful cheers of the 90s. Just take a look for yourself. It was Gareth Southgate who missed the decisive penalty, the current coach of the England team. And there were the heartbreaking tears of the unforgotten Paul Gascoigne … https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3EiE7eLWI_M I cut a long story short: Last stop to the 1990 World Cup title Andreas Brehme in the 60th minute; Gary Lineker in the 80th; and then a penalty shoot-out, which the Teutons win and thus enter the World Cup final for the second time in a row; these are the hard data of 04 July 1990. Afterwards Gary Lineker said the famous sentence: Football is a simple game. Twenty-two men chase a ball for 90 minutes and at the end, the Germans always win.
  8. Italy - Österreich Round of 16 A great, rousing game. The Italians dominated the first half. They created a number of scoring opportunities against bravely defending and sacrificially fighting Austrians. The first half was about 60 : 40 in favour of the Italians. The Austrians were much better in the second half. They continued to be strong in the duels, they put up their fighting spirit against the technically superior play of the Italians. Thus, the Austrians created and "earned" a few very good scoring opportunities. One headed goal was only just offside. It is almost impossible to score a goal against this Italian team. In extra time it continued to be a game on a high technical level on the part of the Italians and the Austrians not only fought in their usual way but showed hardly any signs of exhaustion or physical weakness. They also managed a few surprising moves and combinations. Then the Italians scored their two goals and everyone thought that the Austrians would now give up or go down two gears. No, they turned it up a notch and even scored a goal. Résumé: The best game of the European Championship so far. Although the Italians were not entirely convincing, they are on their way to the final, it seems to me. Football greetings from summery Deutschland
  9. I haven't been in touch for a long time. In the meantime, the sun has reached its northern tropic and is now on its way towards the equator again. We now have high summer and the most beautiful and brightest time in Germany. The European Football Championship has started and we are already in the round of 16. As an old white man, I have a lot of time and watch every game on TV. Here are a few short match reports from tonight 26 June 2021 - two round of 16 matches. Denmark Wales Round of 16 4 : 0 if I remember correctly. The Welsh were overtaxed in terms of playing technique and football tactics. They are actually second class internationally. They made it relatively easy for the cheerful Danes (the Danes were in the vein; can you say that?) to score four goals. Wales is the second British team to be eliminated and I have the feeling that England will be knocked out by the Deutschen next Tuesday. 5555
  10. และนี่คือฤดูร้อน ครั้งแรกในชีวิต Und es ist Sommer, das erste mal im Leben --- And it's summer, the first time in life as the German-Romanian (a Transylvanian Saxon) Peter Maffay once sang over 40 years ago. A hit, an evergreen, to this day. What is this song about? It's about fucking, simple as that. Es war ein schöner Tag Der letzte im August Die Sonne brannte so Als hätte sie's gewusst Die Luft war flirrend heiß It was a beautiful day The last in August The sun was so hot As if it knew The air was shimmering hot So far, so good. Then what happens? Then I met her and looked into her eyes I was 16 and she was 31 And I didn't know much about love She knew everything … I cut a romantic story short And the boy Took her hand shyly But as a man I saw the sun rise And it was summer Yes, it is summer. Here we have Mr. Peter Maffay singing “Und es war Sommer” Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-DLE_1SQsj0
  11. Wir haben Sommer in Deutschland We have summer in Germany หน้าร้อนที่เยอรมัน My flowering rhododendron - a true splendour of blossoms Early June 2021 - summer is finally here - the prolonged cold spell until the end of May is over. The English high-pressure area, which brought us warmth and sunshine for about a week, has long since departed. Now the lows from the North Atlantic are back, bringing rain, thunderstorms and temperatures between 15 and 19 degrees here in Düsseldorf One is modest. But now we have the brightest and lamest days of the year. The sun is approaching its northern tropic, the Tropic of Cancer, and that means between 16 and 18 hours of daylight and brightness for the countries and regions to the north. I sit outside on the lawn until 22.30 and read a book. In the morning, shortly after four, dawn gradually begins to break. Sure, the British, the Scandinavians and the Canadians know this phenomenon. I love this time of midsummer. It is the most beautiful time of the year for me. It is June and that means we have summer now. Yes.
  12. Human life is full of waiting: We wait on different levels, in different forms, with different kinds of consequences and burdens. Every one of us knows waiting, which is why it can be said succinctly: Waiting is an everyday experience and waiting is one of the most elementary and most frequent mental experiences. And waiting is also a complex event that is influenced by many cultures. * The landlords of Pattaya are desperately waiting for guests; guests with a bulging travel fund, thirsty and eager to drink, spendy like a Saudi oil prince, buying lots of ladydrinks and horny like the neighbour's dog, so that every day all barmaids are barfined. * Mr Parky (a very special friend of mine, a local expat living in Pattaya) is waiting for Jimi Hendrix and the good Lord. * Mr Baldylocks (a friend of mine from Pattaya) is waiting for the chemical industry to develop a hair restorer that will turn his current bald head into a thick tropical rainforest. * Vpi78 (an American acquaintance) is waiting for a medical miracle. Maybe it will grow back all the teeth he has lost in the last decades. Natural "third teeth", so to speak. * I am waiting for the end of the Corona crisis and that in late autumn I can escape from the horrible Teutonic autumn and winter and return to my lonely beach and Jomtiem in Soi Welcome. We see, man is a waiting creature. One connoisseur succinctly asserts, "All human wait, and in the fullest sense of the term, only human wait." Waiting is generally understood as future-oriented dwelling in view of a certain expected end of a - short or long, pleasant or unpleasant, voluntary or prescribed - period of time. So: whoever waits is expecting something, e.g. the tax assessment from the tax office, the end of the Corona crisis, the new Rolling Stones album or the conversion of Mr Buffalo Bill to a peaceful and polite board member. I greet you from the sunny and warm Stoffeln beer garden in Düsseldorf.
  13. Aa view of the sea of blossoms in May We have been putting up nesting boxes for many years. Every year in spring, from the end of March / April, they are occupied by pairs of titmice. Here is a nest box hanging in a cherry laurel tree. This wooden nest box is occupied for the first time. I think a pair of siskins or a wren is nesting inside. For the last two years I have been desperately walking around my garden in April with this nest box, holding it high in the air with my left arm, waving it around and shouting: "Dear robins, siskins, wrens for this nest box I ask no rent, no lease. It is free this year. Yet this prime property is safe, comfortable and in a prime residential location like a Manhattan penthouse flat on Central Park or on the Thames in downtown London!" Now finally it has worked! I am happy! The days in May after the Ice Saints --- Waiting for Summer The month of May was unanimously too cold. Compared to the long-term average temperatures, this May was about 2.5 degrees too cold, according to the meteorologists. But then on 24/25 May the weather changed. It is hard to believe: a powerful high-pressure area moved from the British Isles towards Central Europe and Scandinavia, dominating our weather until today, 2 June. Blue skies, sunshine and temperatures from 22 degrees to 26 degrees today, 2 June. Who would have thought that? A small miracle has actually occurred. Something really good has come from Britain. None of the usual lows with thick grey clouds and rain as usual, no Harris bombers bringing death and destruction, no new even more dangerous Coronavirus variant, but warmth and sunshine. So you see, British people, there you go! The wait for summer is over. It's here and it's delighting us with summer temperatures, blue skies and sunshine.
  14. Whitsun 22 May to 24 May 2021 - a disaster weather-wise. Last night, Saturday 22 May, the "Tagesschau" (TV news at 8 p.m.) on German TV reported on relaxations in the Corona pandemic. Innkeepers are allowed to open again at Whitsun. A short report was shown about the outdoor gastronomy at the St. Pauli Landungsbrücken in Hamburg. Here in Hamburg harbour yesterday there was a strong and very cold wind and at best 11 degrees - and that on 22 May! It is terrible! People wear winter clothes because of the cold and the wind! These are pictures from the "Tagesschau" of 22 May. The world, science and the public are talking and discussing about global warming. All I can say about this spring and early summer 2021 is that we are not experiencing warming, but the world is heading towards a new ice age. Greetings from a shivering Nawhgab
  15. From my trip to the Hamburg cruise terminal and my memories and comments on a series of old hits and pop songs back to my Düsseldorf garden and the little happiness it offers. This spring of 2021 is far too cold. Now in May, temperatures barely exceed 13, 14 degrees, at night between 6 and 8. With temperatures like these, there is hardly any spring fever. The fruit tree blossom is also two to three weeks later this year than the long-term average. Here a flowering apple tree Hopefully there will be some thick juicy apples in autumn My spring flowers have all blossomed: the daffodils and tulips, the crocuses and snowdrops. Instead, uninvited weeds such as my favourite, the dandelion, are in bloom. I use a hoe and a hand shovel to get to grips with the weeds. I pull them out with stump and handle. That's exhausting work for me. Here are a few pictures from last year. You can clearly see my paralysed right arm hanging down without function. The left hand has to do all the work. I work two to three hours a day. It is hard and exhausting for me with my paralysis, but it is good for the body and the muscles. It is like applied physiotherapy, only much cheaper and more effective. to be continued ...
  16. Back to my musician. In the meantime, while my thoughts have been wandering a bit, my musician is now playing and singing Hamburg songs, songs that sing and praise the city of Hamburg, its harbour, the Reeperbahn and St. Pauli, the Michel - this beautiful baroque church that stands on a hill high above the port and guards and protects it. Many songs are among them that were composed especially for a movie and are known and loved throughout the German-speaking world. Most of the Hamburg, St. Pauli, harbour and sailor songs were written from the early 1920s to the end of the 1960s. But it is clear that composers, singers and musicians do not stop singing about this city and writing new songs. A very special song about seafaring, about a boy, hardly older than 14, 15 years, that he now sings and plays “Junge, komm bald wieder” "Boy, come back soon". It is one of the songs that has burned itself into the soundtrack of the hearts of all Germans. Everyone knows it, everyone can sing along. The record or CD is available in every music box in a Hamburg pub or bar or Kneipe. Many of his listeners sing it and hum along. Released at the end of 1962, this song has been sold many millions of times and played even more often on the radio. This song was sung to success by the Austrian Freddy Quinn, of all people. Quinn was the most popular and successful German-language pop singer of the 50s and 60s. The lyrics of the song are about worries of a mother whose son has secretly gone to sea: "I worry, worry about you. Think of tomorrow too, think of me too." The text consists of the six-part refrain, beginning with the title line. It is first at the beginning and is repeated twice, the second time a choir sings, at the end the refrain is partly spoken by Freddy. The rest of the content is dealt with in two four-line verses in which the son's point of view is described: "I still know what mother wrote me, ... I sneaked away when mother was asleep. When she woke up I was on the sea. The first letter said, "Come back soon."" Junge, komm bald wieder … Boy, come back soon, that's what all my Thai friends and their families are asking me. They know this song, they know the lyrics. Junge, komm bald wieder … Boy, come back soon, hums and sings and hopes a pack of innkeepers in Pattaya to whom I am tributary. Especially some expensive gogo bars on Walking Street and Soi Buakao. Junge, komm bald wieder And of course, quite a few girls keep asking me on Facebook: Junge, komm bald wieder … boy, come back soon - when??? We are already looking forward to your lady drinks. Let us listen to Freddy Quinn and his Junge, komm bald wieder Boy, come back soon. The song begins with a wistful accordion riff, the concise musical motif of this song. It is its overture, so to speak. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhdfB2ITgjo
  17. A memory from pre-Corona times. An AIDA cruise ship from the Italian shipping company Costa Crociere has moored at the new Hamburg cruise terminal. I make my way to the port of Hamburg because I want to take a look at the scenery. Of course, I'm an idiot and forgot my camera. A long queue of people is waiting in front of the check-in hall. They all want to get on the ship for an exciting trip, according to the motto: party, animation and club holidays. In past decades, cruises were considered stiff, elitist and expensive. But then "the AIDA" came along as a club ship modelled on the very popular holiday clubs like Club Med. Today, a cruise is affordable for the average wage earner. I borrowed the pictures from the internet. The rights holder will get over it. Around the corner towards the quay is an open-air café. It is fully occupied. To one side is a musician with his guitar and a semi-automatic drum kit or rhythm machine and two speakers. His feet are in brown boots, he is wearing blue jeans and a warm tight-fitting Norwegian pullover. His open guitar case lies in front of him. He plays and sings songs, hits and sea shanties that we all know. I stop some distance away and listen, because the lad plays and sings not badly at all. He not only plays the chords and harmonies skilfully, but also melody runs and solos. He is playing a song that made a big appearance in a movie with Harrison Ford 25 years after it was written.: “Der einzige Zeuge" or “ Witness". On the threshing floor, in a barn with the Amish people. From an old car radio - if I remember correctly - Sam Cooke's song "What A Wonderful World" (1960) is playing. The couple, who is about to fall in love with each other, tentatively and carefully begin to do a few dance steps to the rhythm and beat of the song. He smiles at her in love, stretches his arm towards her, she hesitantly grasps his hand and slowly they begin their first, still awkward dance steps. An unforgettable scene, wonderfully and skilfully staged by director and cameraman. Actually, this song comes from the high school milieu, but Sam is mainly pursuing interests outside of school: "Don't know much about history Don't know much about biology Don't know much about a science book Don't know much about the French I took". The one sitting in the last row, in the last pew, knows only one thing well: that he is in love with his girl. "But I do know that I love you And I know that if you love me, too What a wonderful world this would be" This song begins with a suppressed "I". I suspect that most love songs begin with "I"; they number in the hundreds. This is also true of German love songs. From "I Can't Give You Anything But Love" to Cole Porter's "I Get A Kick Out Of You" to Roy Orbison's "I Can't Stop Loving You", the ego dominates, and from there it's only a small step to conceit and male egotism. Ricky Nelson boasts in "Travelin' Man" about his conquests in Mexico, Alaska and Hong Kong and with a "Fraulein" in Berlin. Let us walk a little in thought in the dense forest of love songs. Let's do a quick brainstorming of what spontaneously comes to my mind. In part, erotic desires are also openly expressed. Muddy Waters makes no ado about it: "I Just Want To Make Love To You". The "Sixty Minute Man" advertises himself with the lines "Well if your man ain't treatin' you right Come up and see your Dan I'll rock 'em, roll 'em all night long I'm a sixty minute man". Sarah Vaughn promises in Gershwin's “The Man I Love”: “I’ll do my best to make him stay”. In more demure times, sexual openness in the hit songs was at best involuntary. "Darling, I'm never lonely / Whenever you're inside". Now the chastity belt is loosened. "Juicy Fruit" is no kiwi. And the bravado tenor makes unequivocal offers: "Satisfaction Guaranteed" (1973) or "Save Your Love For Number One" (1985). Women only occasionally remain unbaptised. The Temptations speak of "My Girl", John Denver "My Sweet Lady", Jose Feliciano leaves it at "Hey Baby" and Hank Williams at "Hey Good Lookin'". But the majority of the women have names that have gradually become almost an encyclopaedia. In fact, when looking for names, new parents turn to current Grammy Award winners and Grand Prix winners: Aura Lee, Betty, Carol, Caroline, Claudette, Clementine, Diana, Donna, Ginny, Jeannie, Jenny, Josephine, Laura, Leah, Lucille, Lucy, Margie, Maria Elena, Mary Lou, Mona Lisa, Nadine, Peggy Sue, Ramona, Samantha, Sheila, Teresa, Virginia. These are joined by more detailed characterisations: Betty Blue, Dede Dinah, Little Lisa Jane, Little Lucy, Long Tall Sally, Sad Lisa, Skinny Minny, Sweet Caroline, Waltzing Matilda. Here and there one comes across a polite form of address, a full name or both: Miss Molly, Sweet Georgia Brown, Miss Annabelle Lee. Since the days when wishing still helped, the first thing that matters is the outer, the woman's outward charm, and the man's curiosity, the male gaze, as one can call it. "Ain't She Sweet" was first posed as a rhetorical question in 1927: "Ain't she sweet? See her walking down the street / Now I ask you very confidentially, ain't she sweet?" All styles of music are open to love jesters. In one of the best-known rock'n'roll numbers, an unrestrained Little Richard describes his love madness: "I got a gal, named Daisy /She almost drives me crazy / She knows how to love me / Yes indeed / Boy you don't know / What she's doing to me / Tutti Frutti, all over rootie (five times) / A-wop-bop-a-loo-lop a-lop bam boo". Incantations are meant to ward off disappointment: "Don't Ever Leave Me", "Don't Gamble With Love", "Don't Be That Way", but in the end many end up as cuckolds. Little Richard's "Lucille" and Chuck Berry's "Maybelline" turn out to be hussies. Andy Williams' "Butterfly" nibbles on many blossoms, yet he remains in bondage to her. Pat Boone weeps female infidelity with one of my favourite songs "Love Letters In The Sand". Ok ok I stop here.
  18. I have done some research. The water temperatures in the North Sea range from 8 to a maximum of 12 degrees. Happy bathing and swimming.
  19. Memories of Khun Fah It is raining in my heart, and I have made my reservation at the Heartbreak Hotel. No, I'm not alone and lonely. They are all there: * my family, my daughter, all my friends; I am embedded in an intact social environment. * there is my beloved Düsseldorf old town with its 150 pubs, bars, music clubs, discos, trendy locations etc.. * there's my beloved university library with its books, * there's our garden where I work like a slave, * and 18 m away there's the beer garden Stoffeln with host Joseph and his regular guests. You can talk and discuss everything with them and drink a beer after work. There is my regular Kneipe - pub - in Düsseldorf https://de-de.facebook.com/Wellnetz/ with its first-class dishes and large portions at a ridiculously low price. With its simple but warm guests. * the forklift driver who boasts with the stacking fork, * the lady cashier who sits at the cash desk at Aldi. * the receptionist girl at the doctor's practice around the corner, * the salesman in a large store for bicycles and small motor scooters. * the buddy at the saw in a large hardware store or Hamburg: there is Meyer-Lansky's in the centre of Hamburg, near Gänsemarkt - goose market. https://www.meyer-lanskys.de/ with its snobbish Hamburg audience, guests and overpriced prices for various long drinks and cocktails. And yet I am alone. There is no Khun Fah any more. I am living without her, and I am thinking of her. We enjoyed a perfect dream in Jomtiem for three or four weeks. The first day I saw her and met her. She charmed me from the first second. I can't remember who took this picture. Was it Khun Phil? It can be. At that time, Khun Fah was 38 years old; and she had received many a slap in the face from fate. We had a lot in common. Happy Bou - Soi Welcome, Jomtiem - together with my Thai friend, a former Phantom F5 - pilot. A visit to the Big Buddha. I go again and again to Hamburg Airport and Düsseldorf Airport watching the planes come in, but I cannot stand to see them land without her and sadness comes over me. I am listening to blue songs, and these gloomy songs take me back to her. It is raining in my heart and now I know how Paul McCartney felt when he once sang: I wish it was Yesterday; you and me in Jomtiem. It is raining in my heart and now I know what Paul Simon meant by the words he found: I wish I was Homeward Bound; back to Jomtiem and Khun Fah. I WISH IT WAS YESTERDAY. Here are the musical sources I drew from and got some inspiration from. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCV9oqtwyVA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JKCVAXhVMkY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rfvniO-DWZ8&list=PLGpavE0x19t6IW7uts052wfVorFwKlqSk Have fun. Greetings from Deutschland
  20. Mekong, how ciold or how "warm" is the water of the North Sea at the beaches of Britain? 555555
  21. May 2021 so far has been far too cold. Right now on May 18, 2021 in the Hamburg area and in Düsseldorf we have just a ridiculous 14 degrees! And occasional rain; 0.1 mm, 0.2 mm: that's nothing! and far too little!We need 20 mm and 30 mm and more! The whole spring already since the beginning of March the northwest of Germany Hamburg, Bremen, the Ruhr area, the area of the Lower Rhine to south of Cologne has had much too little precipitation; but for that this area was a refrigerator. Other areas of Germany, on the other hand, have literally been drowned in rain. Our forests and agriculture in northwestern Germany urgently need penetrating rain and rising temperatures. I have read today - 18.5.21 - in the newspapers that at the German North Sea coast and Baltic Sea coast the bathing season is opened. This is a joke! Air temperature 13 degrees, water 10 degrees. Does anyone feel like swimming? Where are the heroes?
  22. Some notes about this girl. 1. she wears braces. Braces are certainly not sexy. 2. on that day she was pretty dressed up: the reddish hair and a strong make-up. In fact, on that day she did not look favourable. I told her so; too much dolled up. Politely, of course. A few days later. Her knockers, boobies, mammaries, hooters were wonderful. All real, all natural. No plastic, no silicone. She was a bit shy and reserved. But if you are polite and a bit charming to her, the ice breaks quickly. PS: She was also a bit more expensive than the other Soi 6 girls. But it was money well spent. Sweet memories. My spring flower.
  23. Or this one. At that time the QUEEN of Soi 6 King Kong Bar, Pattaya. She had a lot to offer. This girl was as sweet and delicate as all my spring flowers of my garden put together! My pansies, my hyacinths, crocuses, violets, primroses. But she was also a very little bit poisoned. Sweet memories to this girl with a little pinch of poison. She was great fun. But time drags by so quckly. I hope she has a good time nowadays in her Isaan-town. Girl, sometimes I think of you.
  24. But I think you want other spring flowers. One like this: Here we have a poisonous daffodil. No, she was a very sweet one. The picture was taken by Ben, then boss at Secrets Pattaya. "Carlsberg" Look at her refined gesture of her left hand. She gives us a glimpse of her sweet endowment.
  • Create New...