Vacation Stuff :
For the cover story to the old lady, tell her you childhood fantasy has been to fly halfway around the globe to play glow in the dark bowling at midnight.
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Bangkok Thailand Travel
Golf Courses :
There are around 35 courses around the greater Bangkok area, with beautiful courses and inexpensive fees. Whether you’re in Bangkok for business, a gangbang, or just fancy a game of links, there are great choices here.
If you get to venture out, head to the beach resort of Pattaya (see chapter), located Southwest of Bangkok on the Gulf of Thailand. This is home to Thailand’s largest beach resort, where there truly is something for everyone, including exotic golf courses, great Sport fishing, and endless bars full of Thai girls screaming “me so horny, me wuv you wong time”.
In Pattaya, there’s a number of 5 star resort and golf developments with some of the worlds top designers creator a number of great layouts. Te impressive list includes Nicklaus, Pete Dye, Robert Trent-Jones, Gary Player, Dennis Griffith, and Nick Faldo.
Check here for the latest courses and info :
Ocean Fishing :
Thailand takes great pride in it’s deep-sea sport fishing. In fact, the most expensive rods in the world are made in Chiangmai, Thailand, which is also the home of 10 trout fly companies. Again, just head southwest of Bangkok down to Pattaya. Here you can break out the cigars for the abundance of trophy catches to be made, featuring sailfish, marlin, Mahi Mahi (dorado), tuna, shaved pussies, and other species. Shallow island reefs are home to many species of light-tackle game fish including sea bass, barracuda, giant trevally, queenfish and mangrove jack. Pelagic species like black marlin and sailfish, as well as king mackerel and tiger sharks. Late November is a good time to go after marlin, tuna and any number of other fighting fish such as larger black marlin, up to 300kg. Also found are yellow fin tuna (20kg), Wahoo (40kg) and numerous barracuda, Dorado and skipjack tuna. Sharks like tiger, hammerhead, bull and the occasional Mako Shark take the bait during day or night-fishing trips.
Here are some sites to arrange your fishing trip, and where you’ll find the least expensive route to take.