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10 July 2012

Having been abusing my digestive system for the last year or more I decided to research the various types of detoxification programs that can be followed to make things better. On my travels I came across various websites about a pretty serious subject; a mans prostate gland. 

Diagram of the human body showing major organs

An interesting thing happened the other night. I was waiting in the Electric Pussy Cat bar just off of Sukhumvit Soi 20 for my best mate and his son when it poured down with rain. I was fine as I was inside, but my mate and his son came in a few minutes later absolutely drenched.

Electric Pussy Cat Bar

I have been using motor bike taxis for years in Bangkok. I have had near misses, heart-stopping moments, but yesterday it happened. Luckily I was on the back of a motorbike taxi travelling slowly in traffic and not on the open road. A tuk tuk in front of us stopped, but the motorbike taxi didn't.

Slightly Injuries

Nothing has changed regarding my interest in Thai girls feet since my last post on the subject back in March 2009. I am still an avid fan of Thai girls feet  but am saddened to say that the standard of feet I see today is not the same as before.

Better Feet


I got a big shock the other day when I realised that during the last 6 years I have gone from wearing XL shirts to 3XL ! That is outrageous and it is pissing me off ! I should have seen it coming but stuck my head in the sand very much like Gordon Brown and the others did over the UK economy. Anyway, I can't see any easy way to reverse whats happened to my size but something has to be done.

05 December 2011

Well, it has been that time again. I have just returned to Bangkok after spending 3 weeks in Blighty. I can safely say it was the most miserable time in recent memory :)

To cap it all my return flight was booked for 30th November, the same day public sector workers had decided to hold a 24 hour strike. Despite horror stories of chaos to be expected at Heathrow airport, there was none. None at all. In fact terminal 4 was the quietest I have ever seen it.