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Hayward had done "favours" for Smith, but this was his first international job. Fellows and Hayward became best friends. Yes, 2 days in Penang and I was back in Pattaya for 6 months more& But still today I can remember my 2 months in this old Chonburi-Prison with Kao daeng everyday&Brown rice Reply Richard Barrow December 20, 2011 at 10:34 pm Which I believe they changed to white rice just for the foreigners. I quickly become addicted to opiates (heroin), but was lucky enough to be caught by the school and family before the police caught me, and was subsequently sent home. Sheffield four-piece band Harrisons penned a song entitled Simmer Away after reading The Damage Done. I believe there are quite a few international kids in Bangkok nowadays who are also involved with drugs. Reply jon December 21, 2011 at 6:17 pm that is a long list&first learn Thai and Thai ways and respect them& drop your sense of superiority and acknowledge the fact that you are being treated better than they treat their own people. I have read this twice & it still shocks me to the core.The hell that Warren went through in that hellhole should be enough to put anyone off ever wanting to smuggle drugs.He knows he did wrong & this is not meant for you to fell sorry for the people involved.It will shock you. Reply npr November 6, 2013 at 8:42 pm I was in a Thai prison when this post about your book was originally made, but out again now (obviously). Meta Log in .
He also had a daughter Kim. Fellows was educated at De La Salle College, a Catholic school for boys in Ashfield, New South Wales. I dont believe half of it. The three men were sent to Bambat remand centre at Klong Prem Central Prison, but after plotting an escape attempt were moved to "Maha Chai" the Special Bangkok Metropolitan Prison on Maha Chai Road (now the Bangkok Corrections Museum). By Tina on 22 August 2014Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase Easy read.I can't imagine how you could of survived. Jon Cole, far left, with other prisoners in Klong Prem Prison Bangkok Hard Time is not your usual prison book written by a foreigner in a strange land. My blood still runs deep with the memories of living abroad (as well as living in Africa) and am extremely interested in reading about your time in prison. Drawn to the underbelly of Bangkok, the International School Bangkok pupil soon discovers ganja, opium and the two-dollar bordellos. Fellows received a royal pardon and was released from Bangkwang on 11 January 1990.
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