Drag Thailand

A small sample of a fantastic trip to Thailand:

We were definitely sad to leave on our last day, and I have no problems seeing why people end up staying at the Ao Toh Koh bungalows way longer than expected. We caught the ferry back to Phuket and got a taxi back to the Lamai Guest House where we were staying. The Lamai company owns the guest house, an inn, a hotel and apartments in Phuket. They told us before we left that due to a booking mix up, we would have to move to the apartments for the last night of our reservation. It didn’t really matter to us since we were really just looking for a place to crash and we were leaving the next morning for Laos, so we agreed. We left our stuff at the guest house and walked down the street to the Simon Cabaret, one of Thailand’s famous ladyboy cabarets. We bought our tickets for the night (V.I.P. seats, oh la la) and went to grab dinner at a local restaurant before the show started.

Click here to see and read more

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Next Post

Drag Bolivia: Portrait of Ninon

Mon Mar 17 , 2014
Ninon is one of the first drags in Bolivia. In the seventies, Victor Hugo started to go out with the more influential gay rights activists […]