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  1. think this top might work for you. Still shopping for the tights.
  2. not sure....need to color coordinate with the bike I got for you!
  3. Wow some incredible shots. Not sure what word to describe the entirety of it....maybe....humbling! Thks for sharing.
  4. Not even close. If you were to old to ride a bike you wouldn't be able to handle Sunday in Wanchai. And hey, if you rode a bike, didn't just rely on the genetics of a slim build, Monday mornings after a huge Sunday on Lockhart-do will be much easier to deal with. Besides, be a gas to see you in spandex!
  5. Hey not having a dig at you, but it was ironic this just came across my Facebook feed in last 3 minutes... You know if you spent a bit of time here without the hassle of a marriage going south or an ex wife harassing you, and really looked around you might go....ya know what...this is the best place in all of Asia to live.....so diverse, so much to do. More than ho's and cheap beer bars or even zillion dollar hi end gentleman clubs,.......there is a ton to do and a great place to raise a child. (assuming you have the wherewithal to keep them out of the public education system) http://bk.asia-city.com/health/news/ideas-bangkok-bike-ride
  6. there are tons of dedicated bike riding trails here in metro bangkok...a 26 mile track surrounds the airport, there is an awesome nature trail right around the port area....a whole bunch, I mean a whole bunch of super hi end bike shops.cafes etc have opened in last 10 years....BIKING IS VERY BIG HERE.....now if you asked the same question about Hong Kong I would agree..not nearly the choices or participation that you will find here.....here is a teaser list,....just BKG dedicated trails alone. http://www.mapmyride.com/th/bangkok-bangkok/
  7. Stunning shots.....
  8. I would venture to say I have one of the largest legit DVD and CVD collections in all of Asia. Been probably 10 years since I bought but back in the day when they were the rage and I lived in HK I would pay USD$15.00 - $30.00 for a legit DVD from HMV or Tower versus the $2.00 I could of gotten on street. Always for artist getting their cut for IP....these days it is very hard for them to do so with all the stream ability.....and with it we see a decrease in creativity and originality. Won't be long until the producers use analytics and bots to tell us the movie and or music we like..........
  9. I did not know DVD players still existed??? Thought they went the way of the 8-track!
  10. Indeed.....however, there is a tradeoff in the quality of life aspect in using a scooter here in Bangkok anyway, versus wasting half your life sitting in a traffic jam. I opt to drive the scooter versus entrusting some oaf dressed as a mototaxi dude to risk my life. Now if I was in Pattaya I am not so sure I would even take the risk of being the driver on a scooter....after all to enjoy a semblance of quality of life you need to be alive. Them are some crazy yaba heads driving in Pattaya. Only place I have ever seen such dangerous driving across the board as I have seen in Pattaya is in rural China.
  11. Had a mate in town yesterday and he was staying in Raddison Blu on Sukhumvit Soi 27. Great deal on room at 2100 baht....awesome rooftop 30th floor craft beer bar called Brewskis.....for sure from what I saw a place that makes my recommend list.... And here i am sitting in some dump little box called a hotel room in Hong Kong for 8800 bht....what a rip off.
  12. yup...will be another 10 plus years before the Chinese are FIT tourists versus full on packaged. Would of been 20 years if not for the crack down on the zero tour thingy recently. You read how that Chinese tour group attacked airport personnel at Hokkaido airport yesterday because of flight cancellations due to worst snowstorm in a generation.....jeez, when will they learn how to travel? I remember as a kid it was the big bad ugly American traveler who was the scrounge......far far from those days now.
  13. Hi Dave I might be wrong but how I understand things whilst US allows for dual citizenship, holding multiple passports is not legal and treated fairly seriously. I would not recommend your landlady enter US on a different passport than what she started travel on. Pretty sure technology is up to speed now and if she entered on a US passport the machines would instantly show this can't be her only pp as the origin of current travel would not register.
  14. Yes Diablo still open. Just ate there a few days ago....Chiang Mai still open. Bangkok branch is the Chiang Mai owners son.
  15. u looking for walking distance to Queen's Park Beer Gardens or is a short scooter or taxi ride where u don't have to go anywhere near Sukhumvit or Rama iV OK? One place that is not well known but if it is quiet and quaint you like with tons of old time character, check this place out. Very close to the hullabaloo of 22, but so peaceful. Kind of place you would think Ernest Hemingway would stay at. Also as it is not corporate or chain they can be very very flexible with pricing if you go in and talk to them. http://housebythepond.com