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9786169082521 - Duncan Stearn: How to Survive Pattaya and its Nightlife
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How to Survive Pattaya and its Nightlife is advice to do just that from the leading Pattaya nightlife writer, Australian journalist Duncan Stearn.Pattaya is, without doubt, the leading nightlife destination in Asia. That"s a big claim of course, but with a variety of nightclubs, discos, outside drinking bars (known simply as beer bars) and what would be termed strip clubs in other countries but called go-go’s in Pattaya (and Bangkok), it oozes sex and sensuality. Duncan Stearn, under the pen-nam... How to Survive Pattaya and its Nightlife is advice to do just that from the leading Pattaya nightlife writer, Australian journalist Duncan Stearn.Pattaya is, without doubt, the leading nightlife destination in Asia. That"s a big claim of course, but with a variety of nightclubs, discos, outside drinking bars (known simply as beer bars) and what would be termed strip clubs in other countries but called go-go’s in Pattaya (and Bangkok), it oozes sex and sensuality. Duncan Stearn, under the pen-name Nightmarch, has been writing about the bar scene in Pattaya since the turn of the century.As he notes, "There are certain constants within the night bar scene and these never change. Certainly the faces and the names change. Certainly the bars change: some go out of business, others are sold, others continue to march steadily forward. Yet the basics remain the same. There is a popular and much copied t-shirt sold in Thailand which has the phrase "Same, Same, but Different" emblazoned across it. In four simple words it sums up the bar scene perfectly."So, this short book consists of a series of pieces written for the Nightmarch column over the years which, taken together, are intended to serve not so much as a warning but as a roadmap both for the unwary novice and the veteran long-termer. Novices will make the mistakes in spite of the pieces in the book while the veteran will merely be reminded of the mistakes he has already made, but hopefully not make them again.Taal: Engels;Formaat: Epub zonder kopieerbeveiliging (DRM) ;Kopieerrechten: Het kopiëren van (delen van) de pagina's is niet toegestaan ;ISBN10: 6169082526;ISBN13: 9786169082521; Engelstalig | Ebook
9786169082521 - Duncan Stearn: How to Survive Pattaya and its Nightlife (English Edition)
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How to Survive Pattaya and its Nightlife (English Edition) (2012) (?)

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How to Survive Pattaya and its Nightlife is advice to do just that from the leading Pattaya nightlife writer, Australian journalist Duncan Stearn. Pattaya is, without doubt, the leading nightlife destination in Asia. That's a big claim of course, but with a variety of nightclubs, discos, outside drinking bars (known simply as beer bars) and what would be termed strip clubs in other countries but called go-go’s in Pattaya (and Bangkok), it oozes sex and sensuality. Duncan Stearn, under the pen-name Nightmarch, has been writing about the bar scene in Pattaya since the turn of the century.As he notes, "There are certain constants within the night bar scene and these never change. Certainly the faces and the names change. Certainly the bars change: some go out of business, others are sold, others continue to march steadily forward. Yet the basics remain the same. There is a popular and much copied t-shirt sold in Thailand which has the phrase 'Same, Same, but Different' emblazoned across it. In four simple words it sums up the bar scene perfectly."So, this short book consists of a series of pieces written for the Nightmarch column over the years which, taken together, are intended to serve not so much as a warning but as a roadmap both for the unwary novice and the veteran long-termer. Novices will make the mistakes in spite of the pieces in the book while the veteran will merely be reminded of the mistakes he has already made, but hopefully not make them again. Format Kindle, รูปแบบ: Ebook Kindle, ป้ายชื่อ: Proglen Trading Co., Ltd. Proglen Trading Co., Ltd. กลุ่มผลิตภัณฑ์: eBooks, การเผยแพร่: 2012-10-30, วันออกข่าว: 2012-10-30, สตูดิโอ: Proglen Trading Co., Ltd.
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Duncan Stearn (?):

How to Survive Pattaya and its Nightlife (2012) (?)

ISBN: 9786169082521 (?) or 6169082526, in english, Smashwords Edition, Smashwords Edition, Smashwords Edition, New, ebook, digital download

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How to Survive Pattaya and its Nightlife is advice to do just that from the leading Pattaya nightlife writer, Australian journalist Duncan Stearn. Pattaya is, without doubt, the leading nightlife destination in Asia. That's a big claim of course, but with a variety of nightclubs, discos, outside drinking bars (known simply as beer bars) and what would be termed strip clubs in other countries but called go-go's in Pattaya (and Bangkok), it oozes sex and sensuality. Duncan Stearn, under the pen-name Nightmarch, has been writing about the bar scene in Pattaya since the turn of the century. As he notes, "There are certain constants within the night bar scene and these never change. Certainly the faces and the names change. Certainly the bars change: some go out of business, others are sold, others continue to march steadily forward. Yet the basics remain the same. There is a popular and much copied t-shirt sold in Thailand which has the phrase 'Same, Same, but Different' emblazoned across it. In four simple words it sums up the bar scene perfectly."So, this short book consists of a series of pieces written for the Nightmarch column over the years which, taken together, are intended to serve not so much as a warning but as a roadmap both for the unwary novice and the veteran long-termer. Novices will make the mistakes in spite of the pieces in the book while the veteran will merely be reminded of the mistakes he has already made, but hopefully not make them again.