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A Whole New You

Updated on May 10, 2011

Thailand is the destination of choice for many holidaymakers. It is a beautiful country, there is much to see, the food is delicious, the people very friendly and the accommodation reasonably priced. In Thailand the sun shines practically every day and when it does rain it is usually of short duration and so rarely an inconvenience. Remember too that natural tanning is far better than any bottle or sunbed.

Thailand is safe. Political argument and strife is reserved for the politicians and their lackeys and has no relevance to the tourist and rarely any effect either.

The 'Land of Smiles' is, quite rightly one of the foremost tourist destinations in the world.

As the 'Land of Smiles' it has much more to offer than a 'common-or-garden' holiday. Many people take advantage of the excellent and cheap dentistry work which is readily available in Thailand. You can have your own smile back. Shiny white teeth and you will look different. The cost is reasonable too. For the price of having your teeth professionally attended to in the UK you can have your teeth fixed and a holiday too in Thailand.

Dental Menu

Why stop there? What about your hair? There are surgeons here and beauticians too who can sort out any problems that you may have up top.

Have it braided, straightened, lengthened, coloured, curled, plaited, shortened or styled. Thais are all born with beautiful straight black hair. They have found a thousand and one ways to make hair different, cheaply. You too can benefit from this expertise.

But surgery? Yes....

How far do you want to go?

Check out Orchiectomy in the dictionary
Check out Orchiectomy in the dictionary

Surgeons, yes. They really could make a new you. It is likely that only a few would want to go down the road and have a sex change but here it is possible. Here it is acceptable and here it can be expertly carried out. The Kathoey are fine examples of just what can be done.

Why go so far though. Breast increase or decrease, a nose job here and there. Get that little wrinkle botoxed.

Shape your body. Pattaya must have no less than six fully equipped gymnasiums without considering those in hotels. You get your own personal trainer too.

A massage every day does as much for the mind as it does for the body. It restructures your very psyche as well as toning your physique.

Thousands of Massage Parlours

What about your clothes? Ladies and gentlemen. Made to measure in less than 24 hours. Top quality. Ask around. Shoes too. Your design, your foot fit. A perfect match.

One of hundreds of Tailors

A beautiful new lady or ravishing young man at your side for a week or two can rejuvenate not only you but that flagging relationship back home. Make no promises, be friends only, no-one will expect more and nor should you and there will no regrets.

An original portrait in oils. It can be done soon enough. How about something really original? You old and You new on the same canvas.

And Pattaya, yes READ THE PATTAYA HUBS, something there for everyone. The number one party capital of the world. It knows no equal. Adventure and music feed the soul. Rejuvenate. Drink from the the fountain of youth. Pattaya can awaken the mind. Shake off your inhibitions, relax, enjoy and go home a better you, a whole new you.


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    Peter Dickinson 8 years ago from South East Asia

    dohn121 - It would be nice to think you were next door but I fear I will have to relocate soon. Combination of itchy feet and need for cash.

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    dohn121 8 years ago from Hudson Valley, New York

    That is so funny that you mentioned oral surgery in Thailand, Peter. A few years ago, when my mom was in Laos, she traveled to Thailand to do just that and saved thousands! I think that it's awesome that you brought that up, because it is absolutely true...Maybe someday you and I will be "next door neighbors." I'd like to move to Laos someday, or at least buy a house there! Thank you.

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    Peter Dickinson 8 years ago from South East Asia

    Mrvoodoo - yes I am here now and also struggling for that elusive twenty quid a day...ten would be nice. I will pull something together on the visas but chances are the regs will have changed by the time I finished. One page left in my passport (the second I have filled on my journey) so I am going to have to do something radical to make time so I can renew. Both will cost.

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    Mrvoodoo 8 years ago from ?

    grrrrrrr, If you're there right now I'm so jealous, lol.

    When I can get my online earnings up to £20 a day there's a strong chance I'll risk it, and move out and keep writing etc. from out there.

    Just need to do a little more research into things like visa's, border hoping etc. to try and figure out a complete daily/monthly cost. Your hubs on living on $5/$10 have been very helpful, but that was mainly just food, it's all the other costs I need to figure out. Do you have to leave the country every 30 days? Do you have to have an outward flight leaving booked before you can enter? hmmmmm, so much to learn.

    Great hub.