LoongLee wrote:The secret of Laan Yaa Mo's recent great success with the ladies is no great secret to me. His has been very blessed by his "patron saint" Yaa Mo. The big question from me is "what exactly did you promise her, Uncle?" Maybe dancing naked at her shrine in Korat? 555 ,,, You had better pay up, and fast. 555,,, Cheers
555+ Yes, it is something like that, and will take place next year in central Khorat at the shrine.
The flight left on time, but I am stuck in Hong Kong for ten hours...no good fortune here. In about three hours I am off to Helsinki and then on to Toronto, where, I hope, there is no snow on the ground...yet.747man wrote:So Uncle, Have you woken up from your DREAM Yet,Or Did you Miss your flight to Bangkok.....???
If You Did'nt Have a Nice Flight Home,Not That Long till you'll see SNOW Again.....
And, I can't get rid of the memories for very long. Sitting in the chair on the plane will provide me with ample time to reflect on recent events.
Yes, I am aware of that rule, and they are posted in most hotels; however, I also discovered that Chinese hotels, for the most part, ignore the rule, and all's well that ends well. They also do not ask for a passport and rarely have the customer fill out the card identifying the person staying at their establishments. In addition, some popular guesthouses make rooms available for both short-time and long-time visitors.FrazeeDK wrote:hey... LYM... you are aware that if you get rousted by the Lao police for having intimate relations with someone other than your wife up there you can go to jail right? T'is against their laws...
He is right, and so are you. It was a combination of both. I still can't believe why such a lady, who has everything going for her, would waste her time with an old guy like me. But, c'est la vie, and I am both happy and filled with feelings of good fortune. 55+parrot wrote:I'm sure Bob meant to say 'happy'BobHelm wrote:Delighted that you had such a fortunate ending......?.