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  1. 3 points
    I think he was a great manager, he raised the profile of all the places he has ran. And managed a loyal clientele, that come rain or shine would visit his gaff. He even got the BCCT to have their monthly networking evenings there occasionally
  2. 3 points
    sorry buddy , time for you to go already .
  3. 2 points
    I remember some great Christmas dinners at shenanigans and delaneys.always ripped the piss out of kims red trousers.
  4. 2 points
    Wish him good luck in his own place ! It must be frustrating working so many years for other owners to reap most of the profit. His website says still under construction, now that its is his own business hope he is a little more dynamic ........
  5. 2 points
    Beef vindaloo on Christmas. Fair enough. Couldn't go without turkey. To each their own.
  6. 2 points
    I have been fairly lucky, but did go to BPH with a bit of an eye infection a few year back. They have a great eye department and I got prompt attention. As a viral infection there wasn't much to be done apart from steroid drops to reduce the swelling and some other drops to help stop the eye drying out. I had to return 3 weeks later for a follow up and the total cost was around 1000b including the drops.
  7. 2 points
    I don't envy their life a head.you do not do drugs in Thailand.simples.in all honestey,its another thing they have correct.ive watched a youtube video on youtube,and it touched on "death row".the buddist monk explained that drugs kill families,so we have to do.i despise drugs.
  8. 2 points
    They would need to build bigger prisons if they rounded up every farang drug dealer in Pattaya, a booming business.
  9. 2 points
    Before I continue with the reviews, here's a note of explanation on the set-up at Terminal21. It has six levels, five named after cities (Paris, London, Tokyo, San Francisco and Hollywood) and one named Italy. All but Hollywood (the cinema level) have food or beverage outlets. The Pier21 Food Court and many restaurants are concentrated on the 3rd Floor San Franciso level. There is also a "food hall" on the M(ezzanie) London level, which includes the 24-hour Foodland supermarket. It's ironic, but I don't think you'll find fish and chips on the menu of any outlet on the London level, except maybe Foodland's Took Lae Dee. I wonder if Hawker Chan will succeed in attracting more customers than it did on Beach Road? The Hawker Chan branch at Terminal21 is said to be very popular, even crowded at times. More reminders of London: The restaurants aren't always tied to the level's national cuisine, but are spread hodge-podge throughout Terminal21. The girl below asked me to take her photo and therein lies the start of a story, but not one for a food thread on this level. This is Pattaya and anything can happen any time, anywhere. I do think, though, that a lot of women in Pattaya are burdened with excess baggage. The reviews and comments will continue. Evil