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14-12-11, 02:14 PM #1Forum Member
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Miss Puke Massage
From the outside Miss Puke's is somewhat 'mixed' in with three other massage shops. On the one side is Marble Massage and on the other is Assay Massage. This creates the effect of them all being one big massage complex. Yet they are all separate as far as I can tell. The name 'Miss Puke' conjur's up negative thoughts, yet in Thailand I figured that such stereotypes should be humoured, if only for research purpose...
Three Thai women were sat outside and I made what I reckoned was the best choice of the bunch, young 20s and fresh-faced. One of the other two was a Katoey, while inside there was one lounging about as well. The girl I picked was youthfully attractive but inexperienced as I was later to learn.
Inside it was clean. Dark grey speckled tiles gleamed. The cream walls had seen better days.
Foot massage seats on the right and the reception on the left. Nice decor, but decor isn't what makes the massage. I ask for a Thai Massage which is 300 baht for one hour. Observing the price list I notice that Miss Puke's offers wide services, yet pricier than the average. A music station was set-up but nothing was being played over any speakers in the shop, upstairs or downstairs.
This being a mid-range massage shop I'm asked to put on flip-flops. Yet not before the massage girl has brought over a foot bath. I wash my feet in it. No water or tea is offered, but I ask and she brings some up with us to the next level. Here the teak decor comes out along with some old-school Thai massage booths.
Only one booth looks to be occupied and accordingly she heads over to the opposite end. The massage booths are divided by wicker curtains on the sides, the wall and a thick curtain at the entrance. A toilet (but no shower) is at the end of the room. There's another set of stairs going to the next floor. I'm guessing that's where the oil massage goes on. It's highly likely to be the same set-up as the first floor with no private shower or room.
I get changed into the massage pajama's and just have time to get some pictures of the booth before she's back again. Laying down the bed is quick thick, but not solid.
The massage itself from this one was fairly knowledgable and forthright initially, but inexperience soon drifted in.
She was not hefty lady, being slender but had finger joints that were like dowels of iron.
Countless times I had to tell her to either ease off, or stop entirely for a moment. This is the first time (out of many massages) that I've actually developed foot and leg cramp during a massage. Whether she was doing something in the wrong order I couldn't tell, yet when she reached my right limb it was a pretty grim moment.
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14-12-11, 03:51 PM #2
Re: Miss Puke Massage
If you take a close look at the Sign at the Door and also at the Information Sheet on the Desk inside the Shop the Name of the Massage Salon is not "Miss Puke" but really "Miss Puket".
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