Four Pattaya trips 2008 as well as Bangkok and Krabi. Throw in Sydney, Singapore, Bali, New York, Rio de Janeiro for Carnival, Curitiba, Florianopolis and Balneario Camboriu. Certainly one of my greatest years for travel.
Please note, this is not part of my Travel Blog. It’s part of my personal history, check it out if you wish.
My brother Warren & Yvonne Collier at Sirocco.
A nice hotel in a great location, close to the sky train and the Chao Phraya river.
Phung aka Cleopatra at Nana Plaza.
My favourite Bangkok girl since 2001.
Nic, Sharon and Rod Perin, (RIP).
John Secrets getting up close and personal. 🙂
You really don’t see the elephants in the street anymore.
Honey Pot Pattaya with number 99
Sadly the Honey Pot closed around 2012.
Rod, Nick and I with our new watches. Sadly Ron on the left, passed away in 2011.
Pattaya bay in 2008
One thing that has not changed are the boats waiting for the Chinese tourists.
I stayed at the Sabai Resort for about 7 years until I moved to Pattaya in October 2011. It was and still is a great location.
On of my favourite girls visits me at the Sabai
Jan was absolutely gorgeous, she worked at the Cherry Bar from 2003 to around 2010.
Here is Ice at the Sabai Resort
I often wonder where she is now.
Notice the Holiday Inn being built in 2008.
The Holiday Inn opened in 2009.
One of my favourite restaurants, for many years it was in Soi 3 before moving to Soi 1 opposite Markland. Sadly it closed in 2014.
Honey Pot in Soi 2
Great times at the Honey Pot with Dennis and Nick, sadly in 2012 the club closed.
Did you pick it? The best looking ladyBoy I have ever seen, the guys just had to get a photo taken.
Pretty face in Pattaya
There are not as many pretty faces now in 2016.
Seafood at the Mantra
Located at the Amari hotel is my favourite restaurant, every Sunday they have a fantastic brunch.
Walking St in daylight
Such a difference during the day.
A little different at night
Lots of neon lights in Walking Street at night.
My favourite girl
Jan has been my favourite Cherry Bar girl your quite a few years, what a beautiful face she has.
A year or so later Jan found a sponsor and is now the mother of three.
Pattaya street kitchen.
Thai people have taken street food to an art form.
Cute Russian at Cosy Beach
The water looks nice. Water, what water? I don’t see any water. 🙂
Nick & Sharon
My friends from the Gold Coast who love Thailand.
Nook at U Too Bar
That’s all folks
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