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Confessions of a double sinner: Pattaya vs Angeles

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Pattaya-Angeles-ebook-cover1.jpgTim Carter has written the first account comparing the premier league of Southeast Asian pay-for-play destinations Pattaya and Angeles City.
Entitled Pattaya Angeles, Sister Cities in Sin, the illustrated e-magazine runs to 11 pages. Carter writes about the relative size of the night entertainment scene in Angeles compared to Pattaya, both in terms of sheer numbers of ladies of dubious virtue working in both places and the number of places where a visitor can imbibe a few alcoholic beverages while ogling the ladies present.
Hardly surprising that Pattaya wins hands down in both those categories.
Of course, it’s not necessarily sheer numbers that makes a place better than a rival.
Carter points out the Filipina girls speak far better English than their Thai cousins. This means for many punters they can lose their money and at least be fully conversant with just why it has disappeared into a black hole.
As for fun, Carter claims the Filipina’s are less mercenary than their Thai opponents, although I wonder whether their English language skills merely help mask the true nature of the beast.
Gunts, a wonderful word I’d never heard before, appears in these pages. It apparently describes an Angeles dancing girl of older age and substantial girth. Carter claims they were a common sight some years ago, but as Angeles has attracted younger and fitter ladies of the demimonde, they have all but disappeared.
There’s a photo of Angeles’ attempt to follow the Pattaya paradigm: Walking Street. Sadly, the sign looks precisely like the monstrosity which straddles the entrance to Pattaya’s Walking Street. Both have all the architectural allure of a serrated cardboard box designed by a dyslexic 10-year-old in his first year in the woodwork and metal class.
Carter gives a few hints on what to avoid in the drinking scam stakes in both Pattaya and Angeles.
And his overall verdict? To give that away I would be spoiling the ‘happy’ ending. If you’re interested, you can find the magazine by following this link: http://crazyasia.net/e-books.php

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