By Robert A. Webster
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He then slaughtered the cattle and put on a made up EU stamp, he then sold the meat off in Europe, again for a tidy profit. He left his father to face the music, and went to Spain two million pounds richer. He had developed property in Marbella, a tourist resort in Spain, ripping people off for money on property. His favourite trick was to get his friend and minder, Miguel, to sell an apartment, then after the unsuspecting customers parted with their hard earned cash, Towhee would pop-up and say they owned nothing, as the apartment was his and not Miguel’s.
The lads left the bar and walked down Soi 13, to Beach Road and jumped onto a Baht bus. Getting off at Walking Street, they walked about a third of the way along until they reached ‘Champion a go-go’. Passing a small beer bar, among the smiling girls an older but attractive lady shouted “hello” to Nick who boasted, “I’ve done her. ” A very sexy young lady dressed in a white thong, small white bra and knee length black boots held the door to Champion open for them. “Welcome,” she cheerily shrilled.
Cambodian monk’s robes are a very dark shade of orange, almost brown. Thai monks, he thought, rarely ventured over the border. Dam wanted to go home. He had lived with his benefactor and guardian, an Irishman named Andrew Towhee, for seven years now. They lived in Caw Kong, a small town twelve kilometres from Phnom Penh. He lived in a large, luxurious bungalow with Towhee and Miguel, a Spaniard who had come to Cambodia with Towhee many years before. Dam’s life was good. He had money in his pocket, ate well, drank well, had his own transport and had many ladies.
Buddha's Tooth: A Thailand Adventure by Robert A. Webster