Went to Mimosa again last night with Mark and Pooh. There seems to be many postings on the internet and they keep talking about the 1200 Baht foreigner entrance fee — ??? Not sure and actually I didnâ€™t ask last night â€“ but we were charged 50 Baht each. Didnâ€™t seem to make a difference if we were Thai or not. Got there about 5:30 so I could have some daylight for photos, caught the end of the first show and waited for the second performance. Great show with the â€œIndian fire actâ€ - I had heard about it last time I was there and didnâ€™t want to miss it. Then we went for dinner at a French restaurant, Dammit, didnâ€™t get the name, but had a great dinner – little pricy but adequate serving size for the price. Nice photo, I think Iâ€™ll try making a painting from it. Thatâ€™s Mark and Pooh ordering.
******* Slideshow for Shops and area *******
******* SLIDESHOW for the show *******
Note: 139 photos so make sure you have time
My favorite was the Indian fire act, but as I usually do, I didnâ€™t stick around to get names nor had enough small change to ask the girls (all the â€œGirlsâ€ at Mimosa are Ladyboys) for photos with them â€“ Mark posed with one of the girls from Roi Et â€“ but it was dark and not a good shot ( itâ€™s in the slideshow) â€“ I was set up for night shooting without flash, so itâ€™s not a shot I would normally show.
As for the cost of getting in â€“ I checked with the Mimosa Facebook page and no mention of ticket cost – but it is now considered the start of the busy season and the pricing is still 50 Baht at the door.
Next time I will take some 20â€™s and get photos of the girls.
P.S. I have a new model coming over tomorrow â€“ so stay tuned , should have some images to post.