Roger Lee

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  1. Although I haven't eaten there and wouldn't know good Lebanese food from bad, they do a pretty fair job of trying to welcome you in. Palace Restaurant at Central Festival on the 4th floor. They can be googled and they also have a Facebook page. Sent from my iPad using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  2. So is the pick up point still at Bali Hai? I only ask as I've read they've kicked everyone out for reconstruction.
  3. Sorry, but that sign doesn't make sense to me. While I consider myself fluent with the english language I don't tout myself as a know all about it either. These signs make way more sense to me. If the sign isn't present you aren't allowed to stop and turn, simple.
  4. This an old post so I have to assume he might have been referring to the old Kisses that was located where the new Terminal 21 Mall is being built. There wasn't a restroom connected to the restaurant. Can't remember if there was a charge for the one at the old shopping center or not. Sent from my iPad using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  5. They're showing now on the iPad. Nice photos btw.
  6. Made the Inspirational Photo of the Day https://www.photographytalk.com/inspirational-photo/413643 Benjakiti Park Sent from my iPad using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  7. I should probably quit commenting, but your images aren't showing on my iPad....again. Sent from my iPad using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  8. Absolutely no traffic law enforcement on Beach Road, other than the 4-5 bib's flagging down farlang motorbike drivers in front of the Pattaya Police Station. I actually see them writing tickets sometimes. At least they're stopping traffic for the pedestrians trying to cross there also. There's no fear of the law here nor is there any respect. Heck the locals have no idea or do they care that when the red light comes on at a crosswalk light you must stop and wait. With no traffic enforcement comes the achievement of being one of the most dangerous places in the world to drive and the #1 most deadly place in the world to drive a motorbike.
  9. Yep, it's still closed. Every once in awhile I see construction work being done. The sign is still up but no customers. The perimeter glass panels have been removed. No idea why, perhaps new owner or remodeling? Your guess is as good as mine.
  10. Last I checked, it's closed. Try Simple Simons just a few doors down. http://simplesimonthailand.com/ Sent from my iPad using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  11. Jomtien Sent from my iPad using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  12. I just quickly browse and walk to the end and eat at Mickey D's. They have a double Big Mac, double fish sandwich and fried chicken. All of which aren't available in the states. The Thai food court, I can buy that stuff cheaper at the local markets. Sent from my iPad using Thaivisa Connect
  13. Next you know is that they'll be beating up Baht Bus drivers for being a taxi.... I sometimes use a private taxi, one that lives in the same condo complex. I wonder if my life is endangered by these thugs for paying a friend to drive me somewhere....
  14. Not sure if they're classified as flying or not but they leap from tree to tree and are very quick in Chiang Mai. I was enjoying dinner at a restaurant right next to a waterfall which the owner says was his, even though I don't believe it's possible to own a waterfall in Thailand, but TIT. These guys were daredevils sometimes leaping (or flying) several meters, you'd almost have to have a trigger system rigged to capture a photo of one.
  15. Yes, you're right about the city not collecting leaves which leaves a personal concern about the maintenance sustainment. I just see so many projects that get about 90% complete and then they are walked away from, virtually never to be maintained or repaired again for the most part, or until the next renewal. I'm just hoping that this isn't one of those past projects and that excellent planning and foresight has been made and will be carried out. On a side note, hopefully not going off topic, I've noticed that they are maintaining the palm trees and shrubbery on a daily basis along 2nd Ave in Jomtien. I've even seen the water runoff from the water truck watering the plants if I get out and about early enough. The gist being I'm praying that this commendable maintenance is carried out and over to the Beach Road renewal in Jomtien also.