So I took Grassland bus coach to hatyai.
Checked in to Novotel, showered, and then did some little sightseeing for photography.
Interesting place indeed.
Awesome food as well. Even the roti prata was different.
Their curry was sweet.
Not sweet like Japanese curry, but sweet-sourish with loads of turmeric kind.
Each tuk tuk trip costs 20baht per person.
I did my surgery with Dr Putt on the same day of my arrival in the evening.
Honestly, i had second thoughts about doing my nose when i saw 2 girls who were already in the clinic.
Their face were bloated, swollen with colourful bruises all over.
And one of them was complaining, pain pain pain.
The other was more cheerful.
The cheerful one smiled at me, and i thought she was cute, bloatness and all.
Dr Putt was a small man. I bet he was hotter when he was younger.
Maybe if he'd bother to dye his hair, he'd still look young.
He's nice too.
When I told him i wanted a 'farang' nose, he giggled.
He then asked me to smile, then he literally squeezed my nose, pushed the side of my nose upwards, I said, ow ow ow ow, and then he said,
' I can tell that your skin around your nose is thick. Super thick, and 'unstretchable'. You don't need alarplasty, but even if you wanted to, I wouldn't recommend it.'
He explained to me why, but i don't remember.
Since, it was too technical, too science-cy.
So I just said, Orh.
The surgery lasted less than an hour.
I went out to sightsee their streetlights by the time the surgery's done.
No drowsy feeling whatsoever.
My face was alike to a pufferfish the next day though.
my nose before.
my nose after.
the white hair in my nose aren't my nose hair. It's the stitches.
The incisions were done inside my nostrils.
There's bruises still.
I went back home the next day after surgery.
In the bus, someone's elbow hit my nose when he was doing that stretchingthing.
And it hurted like motherfarkingsmellyballs.
Not once, but twice.
The second time when he wanted to take out his luggage from the compartment above.
Hatyai's a great place to shop, jeans only costs SG$8. No brands la, but they don't look tacky either!
People there were friendly.
I'd go there again, to shop shop shop.
but hopefully, minus the 16 hours bus ride.
I guess I'll post up picture of my nose in another month's time.
When the swelling's done.