Category: Pattaya

Pattaya’s Mini Siam

Pattaya’s Mini Siam

When I was a very small kid my favourite toys were plastic Cowboys and Indians with detachable heads, arms and legs. I must of had at least 25 cowboys and about the same amount of Red Indians and I’d have hours of fun playing out make believe battles between the...

Pattaya – Dressing Up the Bar Girl

Pattaya – Dressing Up the Bar Girl

If you stripped Pattaya of all its go go and girlie beer bars, then pulled the plug on the karaoke haunts and ran every closet queen out-of-town, the raw girl wouldn’t be a pretty sight. Stripped naked, Pattaya has a tattoo running across her lower back, and motorbike scars etched...

Pattaya’s Not Yet Famous Floating Market

Pattaya’s Not Yet Famous Floating Market

Pattaya Floating Market opened in November 2008 to a low-key fanfare and during my recent four night stay in the city it was a place I wanted to see. I didn’t expect it to better Thailand’s Famous Floating Market at Damnoen Saduak but I did presuppose it to have a flavour...

Pattaya Days and Village Ways

Pattaya Days and Village Ways

I don’t know whether it was the pure hard sales pitch or the mention of Tina Turner’s classic song ‘Simply the Best’ that made me buy it. I was in Abu Dhabi International Airport duty free and had a litre of regular Jack Daniel in my hand. She made her...

Thai Bar Girls – Looking Through Your Eyes

A recent post on Behind The Noodle Curtain, titled Canadian boys need to toughen up, highlights the danger signals to watch for when it comes to Thai bar girls on the lookout for soft touch tourists, and expats who so easily fall in love. Rick’s excellent post, also tells the tale...

Thailand At Work – Pattaya Bar Girl

Thailand At Work is a mini-series that looks at the working lives of three Thai women striving to better their future in three very different industries within Thailand. The first of these posts look at a woman who is trying to snare a rich foreigner to secure a better future...

Raindrops Keep Falling

Raindrops Keep Falling

Wonderful Wi and myself woke up to the sound of raindrops falling outside once more. The morning followed a similar pattern to the first day, midday the rain stopped and the sky started to look brighter. We were off to Jomtien beach and left the Marin Place with Wilai talking...

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