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kokopelli 2

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  1. You can order food from a food cart in Boyztown (near Panorama) and, I believe, from another source that will bring food to your table, but this would not be considered a "dinner" as it once was. There are a few restaurants in nearby sois such as Sue's Mexican and Lewinsky's plus a few Indian restaurants.
  2. My experience is that the motorcy traffic getting to Sunee is no worse than any major road in Pattaya. In the Plaza itself, where Winner Bar, One Bar, Rainbow Bar are located, there are gates which prevent traffic from cruising through that area. There is however, traffic on the soi where Nice Boys is located.
  3. As usual, Nice Boys was open however I rarely go there and it is not in the soi where the other bars are located.
  4. Sunee Plaza was busy tonight with 4 bars open (Winner, Rainbow, One, Green) with patrons in all the bars. New overhead lighting helped to brighten up the area. A pleasant surprise! But no go-go boys in "uniform" at Winner.
  5. Now there is much more traffic on Soi VC Hotel as compared to the height of the pandemic.
  6. No, not at all scary to visit Sunee Plaza although somewhat depressing compared to the good old days.
  7. I have a gay friend who has many straight acquaintances and friends who aren't aware of his gayness. He maintains a separate room where he meets gay guys via the apps and no one is the wiser.
  8. I love good wine as do many of my friends, but not sweet wines!
  9. Many of the gays don't patronize gay venues thus the smaller numbers.
  10. Can't answer your question as I died last year when I reached 82, at least according to your estimate above.
  11. 12is12, Difficult to give answers to your questions. People I know are all gay and older and retired. Some have plenty of money and others are not as fortunate! Many have younger companions or associate via apps with young guys on a regular basis. Is such relocation a constant trend? That I don't know! Covid had put a stop to the usual tourist traffic although it is now reviving. Obviously it is the older crowd that are retiring here as expats.
  12. Perhaps one's view of living in Thailand has to do with perspective? Most of the friends and people I know are expats and lived (and died) in Thailand; but if you are a more casual visitor you may not know this group and associate with other occasional (frequent flyer) visitors?
  13. Ralph and Jack are in heaven; they are living a happy life in Pattaya!
  14. Most of my farang friends in Pattaya have relocated here successfully so it is both possible and practical.
  15. There is one go-go bar in Jomtien, a ladies go-go! It is across the street from the Complex area. It does seem that fewer men like the go-go scene although the dancers do get offs in Sunee and in Boyztown.
  16. My friend's disability was that he used a wheelchair of sorts. As far as "hit on" he literally did like to punch his lad in the abdomen which amused him. The lad was given warnings of the upcoming punch.
  17. Not necessarily; a friend was at the facility in Chiang Mai and did hit on at least one male attendant.
  18. All I know of Dragon Man Club is what is on Facebook. Sorry .
  19. In Sunee Plaza there are two go-go bars (Nice Boy and Winner Boys) and two beer bars, Green Chairs (few, if customers, and One Bar with few customers. Winner Boys does have an outside area for drinking.
  20. Correct, HPV virus cause of throat cancer.
  21. Crabby/Michael was the owner of Corner Bar back then; the name of his younger partner was Thomas, but they were not father & son and they did return to USA. Michael bought Corner Bar from a man by the name of Gary. Regarding LMTU (Let Me Tell You) there were those who admired him and others who loathed him. He died a painful death from a form of throat cancer. Neal did die on a plane on the way to USA .
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