Many thanks Dave, I have no idea where it came from. By the way it was not me that censored the place name in Lincolnshire.Wonderful, Dave! Ha ha ha! Many a lustful dream shattered, the warm glow of a few strengthening Tigers evaporated!
The kai-tais were very entertaining, good company and trustworthy, always up for a dance and a chat, to amuse you, away from routine and the usual faces onboard.
I suppose May Li always asks customers, "Would you like a sausage with that!"
Hi J ... So if a man ( or a couple of open minded demeanor ) was having a 4 night stay over in Singapore ( Covid permitting of course ) what pubs would you recommend ? ... many thanks in advance.Well Dave, I have been here 40 years now and seen some pretty radical changes. It is probably not so much fun for Jolly Jack now. The old red light areas have gone or moved underground and become sordid and expensive, best to avoid, and there are no real fun places to go for a cheap night out except the hawker stalls. It has become a First World, high-tech country now, with all that entails. Not all bad - there are good pubs and live music and great food everywhere, but at a premium price. Best to remember it the way it was perhaps!