though with queues at Immigration taking up to an hour during busy periods and chaos outside the airport at certain times with arrivals waiting for hotel car pickups and what not. Wild Things on the top floor has a new name and theme and now G Spot is getting the treatment. If someone wore this cap in a "civilised" society they would have been arrested or at the very least asked to leave the restaurant. That tax is more than I would pay in Thailand. I was shown this place by my buddy who worked in Samui and he told me he could pretty much eat there on a daily basis which sounded realistic to me as I probably could too. Of course, she said, because he does exactly the same work as me he works at Screwboy (a gay bar in Patpong soi 2)! As Marc used to say, this is not a place for drinking! Stumble Inn is doing a good trade and has the pick of the girls of the Soi Nana street-front bars. BJ bars are a dime a dozen now and even full service places are plentiful.