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  1. #13345
    Quote Originally Posted by Utente1391  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for the reply, would you have some suggestions for smaller places to visit away from the beaten path that still offer some possibilities mongering wise like hua hin? I'm heading to LOS for 30+days in October and might consider to change places if I get tired of pattaya after 2/3 weeks.
    Sorry for the delay in answering, but I had missed seeing your reply.

    Four weeks in Pattaya sends shivers of dread down my spine.

    If you like it, no problem, but you will likely very much end up doing the same day in and day out LOL.

    If you need to change for a week, then.

    I would definitely recommend seeing Hua Hin, probably for 3-4 days to see if you like it.

    As I am a strong advocate of it's style of more personable and friendly (as in less games) Thai mongering.

    I would also recommend Rawai area of Phuket, which I will admit is my home base by choice.

    It has the advantage that there is a lot of action, albeit spread out.

    And many things to do to take a break from mongering.

    Plus you can head easily into Patong for more mainstream hardcore action as an adjunct, or if you find Rawai not to your liking.

    In the past I would have also suggested Koh Samui, but sadly that mongering scene is in very slow recovery.

  2. #13344
    Quote Originally Posted by Explorer8939  [View Original Post]
    Today, I am performing a very difficult maneuver: I am going to the village with a bargirl. This is a classic ritual, if you barfine a lady twice, she will offer to take you to her village. Some Farangs believe this is a preliminary to marriage, or otherwise means they are very special.

    The twist here is that I am going to two different villages with two different ladies today. Don't try this at home.

    Actually, I am in the village for two days, I am staying in a rather low rent "resort". I had a third lady from a different village sleep with me last night. She was as hot as a firecracker, apparently it's not so easy for bargirls to hook up with a local guy when they come back to the village. If you ever lived in a small town, you would understand. She couldn't get enough, until I passed out..
    Life is so much fun.

    I hope you keep living it for a long time longer.

    Be careful tho if they say they're just going to feed the ducks.

  3. #13343
    Quote Originally Posted by BigSkyNomad  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for your assistance. Asoke seems centrally located from my research, close to the subway and light rail. Anyone have suggestions on moderately priced (30 to 50 bucks) lodging in the area? How is getting around via subway and light rail? I'm leery of cabs due to stories about ripoffs.
    Asoke is close to the action and great for transportation, with both BTS and MRT. As for hotels, looking at sites like Agoda, Booking.com or Google hotels would serve you better than random advice from someone here.

    As for taxis, it's easy to avoid the ripoffs. When entering the cab (before you sit, with the door open), state your destination and say "meter". If they refuse or offer you a fixed fare, try another passing cab, perhaps a bit further down the road. Don't bother with taxis waiting around.

  4. #13342

    For hotels near Asoke

    As was just suggested, you need to check the Bangkok Hotels section. Also, get your Ipad out and enter Asoke BTS, then zoom out to search some of the many hotels available. You might find more than a few for $50. I would not necessarily recommend going for $30, but that's just me.

    Look at Soi 18 - a little quieter than being right on Sukhumvit. Looks like there are a few choices on Soi 14, which would be even closer to Asoke. But maybe not as quiet.

    How is BTS and MRT? Amazing, and cheap. Recommended!!

  5. #13341
    Quote Originally Posted by Explorer8939  [View Original Post]
    Today, I am performing a very difficult maneuver: I am going to the village with a bargirl. This is a classic ritual, if you barfine a lady twice, she will offer to take you to her village. Some Farangs believe this is a preliminary to marriage, or otherwise means they are very special.

    The twist here is that I am going to two different villages with two different ladies today. Don't try this at home.

    Actually, I am in the village for two days, I am staying in a rather low rent "resort". I had a third lady from a different village sleep with me last night. She was as hot as a firecracker, apparently it's not so easy for bargirls to hook up with a local guy when they come back to the village. If you ever lived in a small town, you would understand. She couldn't get enough, until I passed out.

    Fun in Isaan.
    I love this post.

  6. #13340
    Quote Originally Posted by Explorer8939  [View Original Post]
    If only there were a topic here about "Bangkok Hotels".
    Red Planet. Only drawback I see is no mini Refrigerator.

  7. #13339
    Quote Originally Posted by BigSkyNomad  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for your assistance. Asoke seems centrally located from my research, close to the subway and light rail. Anyone have suggestions on moderately priced (30 to 50 bucks) lodging in the area? How is getting around via subway and light rail? I'm leery of cabs due to stories about ripoffs.
    If only there were a topic here about "Bangkok Hotels".

  8. #13338
    Quote Originally Posted by Crocodilexp  [View Original Post]
    Of course not, they're professionals. Why would hookers care how fit you are? If anything, a few girls might avoid young guys since they prefer not to get rogered too hard for too long.

    If you're looking for civilians, be forewarned that Farang are far less popular than 10-20 years ago (let alone back in 1977!) and lower your expectations. At your age, you might find your choices limited, but still more abundant than back home. ThaiFriendly is a decent place to look for civilians, mixed in with a few freelancers.

    Way too far from the action. Only good if you don't mind using short time hotels. If you want to take girls from Sukhumvit, don't be more than 4-5 stops from Nana BTS or Asoke MRT station or a 10-15 minute taxi ride away.

    Best to book a hotel for 2-3 days at first, see if you like the place and the neighborhood, then extend or move on. Occupancy is generally low, and unlikely to skyrocket this year.
    Thanks for your assistance. Asoke seems centrally located from my research, close to the subway and light rail. Anyone have suggestions on moderately priced (30 to 50 bucks) lodging in the area? How is getting around via subway and light rail? I'm leery of cabs due to stories about ripoffs.

  9. #13337
    Today, I am performing a very difficult maneuver: I am going to the village with a bargirl. This is a classic ritual, if you barfine a lady twice, she will offer to take you to her village. Some Farangs believe this is a preliminary to marriage, or otherwise means they are very special.

    The twist here is that I am going to two different villages with two different ladies today. Don't try this at home.

    Actually, I am in the village for two days, I am staying in a rather low rent "resort". I had a third lady from a different village sleep with me last night. She was as hot as a firecracker, apparently it's not so easy for bargirls to hook up with a local guy when they come back to the village. If you ever lived in a small town, you would understand. She couldn't get enough, until I passed out.

    Fun in Isaan.

  10. #13336
    Quote Originally Posted by ThaiGoodTimes  [View Original Post]
    I don't know if you will understand this unless you've seen a lot of Thailand, away from the tourist traps even.

    I mean by that, away from Bangkok, Pattaya, and even in Phuket.

    I have traveled extensively, in Thailand, all of Isaan, up north and down south, seen the normal life of Thais you might say.

    I didn't like the Thais attitude towards you in Pattaya.

    They, and I mean girls, had become hardened, almost non Thai in cultural personality.

    Way less real smiles, fun, and engagement.

    Great Thai people, working girls, and others, are still there, but you have to work harder to break through their in place defenses.

    In Hua Hin, I find the smiles are still genuinely there.

    Maybe because most working girls there still live in communal "workplace" settings, so they still have linkages, not isolation.
    Thanks for the reply, would you have some suggestions for smaller places to visit away from the beaten path that still offer some possibilities mongering wise like hua hin? I'm heading to LOS for 30+days in October and might consider to change places if I get tired of pattaya after 2/3 weeks.

  11. #13335
    Quote Originally Posted by BigSkyNomad  [View Original Post]
    I'm 66 so I wonder how big a factor that is with the ladies (I work out so pretty fit)?
    Of course not, they're professionals. Why would hookers care how fit you are? If anything, a few girls might avoid young guys since they prefer not to get rogered too hard for too long.

    If you're looking for civilians, be forewarned that Farang are far less popular than 10-20 years ago (let alone back in 1977!) and lower your expectations. At your age, you might find your choices limited, but still more abundant than back home. ThaiFriendly is a decent place to look for civilians, mixed in with a few freelancers.

    Quote Originally Posted by BigSkyNomad  [View Original Post]
    Was looking at the Aspira One Hotel in Suttisan? For a base camp to start. Right at a subway stop. Plan to both chase tail and sightsee. Is there a better area than that to start?
    Way too far from the action. Only good if you don't mind using short time hotels. If you want to take girls from Sukhumvit, don't be more than 4-5 stops from Nana BTS or Asoke MRT station or a 10-15 minute taxi ride away.

    Quote Originally Posted by BigSkyNomad  [View Original Post]
    Does a guy need to book them now to be sure he gets what he wants or can I do that once I arrive.
    Best to book a hotel for 2-3 days at first, see if you like the place and the neighborhood, then extend or move on. Occupancy is generally low, and unlikely to skyrocket this year.

  12. #13334
    Quote Originally Posted by Utente1391  [View Original Post]
    Can you share why you don't like Pattaya? Too budy / crowded compared to Hua Hin?
    I don't know if you will understand this unless you've seen a lot of Thailand, away from the tourist traps even.

    I mean by that, away from Bangkok, Pattaya, and even in Phuket.

    I have traveled extensively, in Thailand, all of Isaan, up north and down south, seen the normal life of Thais you might say.

    I didn't like the Thais attitude towards you in Pattaya.

    They, and I mean girls, had become hardened, almost non Thai in cultural personality.

    Way less real smiles, fun, and engagement.

    Great Thai people, working girls, and others, are still there, but you have to work harder to break through their in place defenses.

    In Hua Hin, I find the smiles are still genuinely there.

    Maybe because most working girls there still live in communal "workplace" settings, so they still have linkages, not isolation.

  13. #13333

    Hello and Questions

    First post after joining. Am planning for 30 or 40 days in Thailand Jan / Feb. Been researching a lot and would like any thoughts people might add. Thinking about BKK for a week or so, Pattaya for a week or, Phuket for a couple then back to Pattaya / BKK before heading back. Quit drink a ways back and the idea of go go bars doesn't trip my trigger, too noisy. I'm 66 so I wonder how big a factor that is with the ladies (I work out so pretty fit)? Was looking at the Aspira One Hotel in Suttisan? For a base camp to start. Right at a subway stop. Plan to both chase tail and sightsee. Is there a better area than that to start? Been spending hours looking at hotels in these spots. Does a guy need to book them now to be sure he gets what he wants or can I do that once I arrive. Hate to be tied down if a place is great. Having retired a bachelor I'm looking for a place to get out of the MT winters with reasonable costs. The ladies are a nice side benefit.

    Spent time in BKK and Phuket long ago. Was in the Mississippi Queen bar on Pat Pong (IIRC) on New Years Eve 1977 and spent two weeks on Nang Hahn? Beach in Phuket staying in a bamboo thatch hut with a sand floor. Think there were only a couple resorts back then on the island, lots of hippie types from Oz and Europe. It was a blast. Glad to be on board and plan to share what fun I can find there on the forum.

  14. #13332
    Quote Originally Posted by ThaiGoodTimes  [View Original Post]
    Hua Hin is excellent and worth the effort.

    You won't find gogos or soapies.

    You will find great small bar and massage areas, plus a hidden away late night area.

    I live in Phuket, and love it, I am happy visiting Bangkok, and detest Pattaya.

    Yet I am comfortable and relaxed whenever I am in Hua Hin.
    Can you share why you don't like Pattaya? Too budy / crowded compared to Hua Hin?

  15. #13331

    Thanks

    Just a quick note of appreciation to all who responded to my request. A very mixed bag of responses with some saying Hua Hin is really worth the effort whilst others saying not worth it at all. As Mr E says, if you don't try you won't know. I a likely to be joined on the business trip by one colleague so will feed back with him and see what we decide to do. As he is in his 30's my guess is he will want the razz of Pattaya more than the tranquil Hua Hin but who knows. Interesting (and sensible) feedback on not taking a private water taxi! Cannot thank the responders enough for the valuable contributions.

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