Many have asked, since my post of Aug 21th, how is Nu doing? . Nu’s problem was deeper than we thought and he’s going to require a lot of supervised care. A lot more care than I can offer.
He has gone to live with his parents in Southern Thailand and I’m hoping he will enter into a facility or hospital where he can get the expert help he needs. The doctors, he was seeing here, expect that will take a long time and may continue to be a pressing problem. It was impossible to get that kind of care living here and he did not want to be admitted to the local hospital – so returning to his home town and his parents appears to be the best solution for both of us.
Thank God he’s a young man and hopefully within the next few years he can get this problem under control and lead a normal life. I hope you’ll join me in prayer for him.
First: The old Simon’s will be reopening as a new venue “Playhouse Entertainment Complex” in November. They are rehearsing now and I for one can’t wait to see the new show. Here some early info from CityNow. I\m going to check it oust and will post again.
And secondly, Here a great blog to visit too. Phuchai ZLaurent’s “11z Blog” He’s got some great posts and pictures of boys he met in his travels. With Chiang Mai being his favorite city to visit in Thailand and why. Stay tuned.
Adam’s opening night went super – they had to turn away over 50 expectant guests because of lack of space – it was crowded but a hell of a good show – Last night it wasn’t so crowded but still a super show and the go-go boys are getting more relaxed and playful – great eye candy.
So if your planning to come to visit – by the end of November Chiang Mai will have a wonderful set of NEW venues to entertain every night – boys, boys and more boys. Adam’s. – Lavender Hotel (Power Boys) and the new Playhouse will add to the night-life eye candy.
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Well Adam’s is open, ahhhhh Almost open. They had a dress rehearsal last night and invited some people to attend – I went and it was great. Good show, although they didn’t have the famous “boy scout” routine. I think they had about 25–30 Go-Go boys on stage. Nice
Peter from Chiang Mai Chimes took some great shots before the show and did a good writeup. Here’s a shot from that article.
OFFICIAL OPENING DAY
See you all there — Go-GO starts at 8:30 PM
Still here but not active lately – Sorry but I need to take time off – I am working on the new paintings and studio photos so I will post them when finished. But for now – I’m slightly retired.