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  1. It's a fair distance down Soi 22 Sukhumvit before you reach Hana Massage (now called Ya Yoi?) and there's many a massage shop trying to pull you in on the way. After nearly ten minutes walking the gauntlet from Prom Phong BTS station I made it to an Alley Soi with a sign for YaYoi Massage on it. Inside the Massage Shop: Looking left down the alley I saw another sign above the shop that said 'Hana Massage', so I guess they either have two names OR they haven't gotten around to changing the shop sign. The alley-soi looked derelict and off-putting but I did not let that deter me and walked on down to see what hidden-delights awaited. I was quite early getting there so only a few girls were in the shop ready to go. A Thai man came walking out having just dropped off his girlfriend! At first I thought the legendary Rin was not there but as if right on cue she appeared. Much to the chagrin of an up and coming Thai girl obviously keen to make a name for herself. Indeed apart from Rin most if not all the other massage girls here are in their early twenties but seem to lack experience. But first impressions can be mistaken! I wasn't taking any chances and though and Rin was the lady for the hour! I asked for an hour and a half Thai massage which was 600 baht and money up-front! Then it was up the wooden stairs having taken off the foot ware beforehand. On the first floor I saw Rin vanish down the corridor into a room on the right. I had time to take a quick shot of it before disappearing inside with her. Full Review Below: http://www.ontheroadthailand.com/Bangkok/Sukhumvit%20Hana%20Massage%20%28Yayoi%29.html
  2. Well Culture is race but I get what you and he are saying. Indian folks are usually a pest, African dudes I've met have been ok, quite friendly and happy-go-lucky in fact!
  3. That's what I think. It's for farangs only and maybe Chinese, Indians and Japs as they come into Thailand in hordes. Is it just me or is this part just senseless: "The scheme would also prevent foreigners staying in the country after their visas have expired. There are about 100,000 foreigners in Thailand whose visas have expired but they refuse to leave the country, the reports said." So pay 500 baht on arrival which is chump-change and don't you overstay! LOL
  4. K & M Massage Thong Lor area at Soi 55 has a few massage shops and parlours. This one is unique in having them all sit inside but gazing longingly out at you as you pass by. Like sirens they wait and there is always three or more sitting in earnest for passing trade. Inside K an M Massage: Once inside I took in the gazing ladies looking back at me and smiled in friendship. Then looked around Three foot-massage bed-chairs and a counter at the end. Some may be intimidated by such a number of Thai women all focusing on them (there were six when I was there). Undaunted I chose a fresh-faced lady for one hour oil massage. Then I took the footware off and donned the slipper-things they gave me. Once up to the second floor I saw a door with 'Thai Massage' stenciled onto it. Obviously that's not our stop and the lady kept on walking up the stairs until we reached the third floor. This floor had a single narrow corridor and corner lobby where there was a toilet, but no shower. Going into the narrow corridor I saw there was a shower at the very end with a privacy curtain for it. Off to the left was a wall running the length of the corridor with sliding doors for three rooms. The last room was occupied by a rough-sounding, old farang so we went into the second. Inside the room it was a simple, spartain place with a massage table, some hooks to hang your clothes on and a little cabinet. She left to get the rest of her massage 'tools' and I dofted garments and lay down. As I lay down to wait her return the ticking of clocks buzzed my ears. There must of been one in each room and all ticked loudly. No music or speaker system was here which would of been a plus because of this. The table I lay on was padded, hard and firm and once the massage began I was almost pinned into it at times. The massage girl had a hard, pinching method and would use Thai massage strokes followed by an oil massage rub. In some ways it was like a two-in-one massage for the price of one. She told me she had learned the ways of Massage at Wat Po. Once the massage was finished I showered off, clothes-on again and returned downstairs. At the ground floor a hot cup of tea was waiting and it tasted wonderful. Quite a pleasant end, to a skillful massage. Massage Quality / Style: Pleasant, Skillful, Endearing. Pros - Private rooms, skilled '2-1' massage, competitive pricing, 'amazon-effect' on entering. Cons - Communal Shower, tick-tick-tick, 'amazon-effect' on entering. Massage Rating - 7.5 out of 10. Source Website: http://www.ontheroadthailand.com/Bangkok/Sukhumvit%20Massage%20K%20and%20M.html
  5. Wasn't George Soros plundering away as well like he'd done to the BoE back in the early 90s? I must say the Thai Banking system is at least worth something as it's partially backed by hard commodities like gold and doesn't run the printing presses like lunatics...
  6. Part Ten! http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=lgwHEpAf1go[/url]
  7. Well this is Bangkok but unfortunately no none of them in this to spice it up a bit. I think this next lady is a bit Luuk Keung.
  8. Part Six https://www.youtube....h?v=0NoaXeXBiMw
  9. Part 4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mz1WoL6rJfU
  10. Thanks lads. Here's Part Three! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HgpcHtldD2o
  11. Part 2 Re-upload, mods please delete the second video in post #1 (It's not working so I've reuploaded it below) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4rQQmzr0-Q
  12. Sexy Girl Photoshoot in Terminal 21. A charged battery for my camera, an empty 32 gig memory chip and a parade of Thai babes on the stage before me, I'll let the vid do the talking... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOiIYy6GpK8
  13. Just watched 'Monsters' in Bangkok. I'd advise people not to waste their money. Apart from some good dialogue (at the beginning) it soon becomes a muddled, depressing and drab film with environmentalist overtones.
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