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RichardsLifeCali

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Los Angeles, California

Former midwesterner, professional guy living and working in Los Angeles. I enjoy travelling to new cities - I visit museums, botanical gardens, ... during the day, and check out the gay nightlife in the evenings.

Member Since: July 27, 2009 | Originally From: Kansas City, Mo.

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  • Restaurants in Bangkok
    Popular Japanese yakiniku / izakaya in gay Silom
    A popular and charming spot popular among locals which has made the local press. It’s located in the Silom area of Bangkok – close to all the gay venues. Take the winding soi 6 from Silom toward Suriwong. The Japanese restaurant is a both a yakiniku / izakaya. So they serve meat you can grill at your table or select from a menu that the chef grills for you in the kitchen. The drinks to accompany your meal are strong – I wisely did not finish the sweet potato shochu, although it was good.
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    Apr 28 at 6:01pm ·

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  • Restaurants in Sunee Plaza, Pattaya
    High Quality for Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner
    The very friendly Sanong and his long-term Belgium partner have operated this restaurant for years. Open breakfast, lunch and dinner. This is one of those places where everything on the menu is great. I enjoyed the Chicken cooked with beer. Wide variety of thai and european cuisine. You must try this on your first visit to Sunee Plaza.
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    Apr 15 at 10:34pm ·

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  • Restaurants in Sunee Plaza, Pattaya
    Nice upscale thai/french restaurant
    I've been here a couple of times. Always good quality (try the pork medallions). The chef used to work in Jomtien Beach. Both thai and french food, mixed drinks and wine available, cute thai waiters, and restaurant is open to the street to watch Sunee Plaza come alive every evening.
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    Apr 15 at 10:34pm ·

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  • Restaurants in Bangkok
    Stylish Asian Fusion Close to Gay Soi4
    Visited here on my last trip. Walking distance to the gay soi4 of Telephone Bar and Balcony. Dinner is expensive, and nothing particular stood out, although it's rated one of the top 50 restaurants in Asia. Except for their signature date and ice cream dessert. Very good. It's open late, any dinner after 8pm or so it's advised you make a reservation. I would suggest going here as a classy alternative to soi4 with friends or with that special thai.
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    Apr 14 at 6:44pm ·

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  • Restaurants in Sunee Plaza, Pattaya
    fun Sunee Plaza dinner spot
    I always visit here at least once for dinner during each stop in Sunee Plaza. Fun vibe, thai and western menu, young thai manager. Think of it as their version of Hamburger Mary's.

    Apr 2 at 6:36pm ·

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  • Shops in Bangkok
    "Must Do" Shopping Trip when in Bangkok
    This is one of the largest malls in Asia - and even the world. It can take an entire day to see it all. Siam Paragon includes an aquarium on the ground floor and IMAX theaters. Huge food court and grocery store. Multi-Level Department store had large watch collection, clothes, cosmetics,... Close taxi ride from gay Silom neighborhood (about $150 baht). At the customer care booth, you can show your passport and get a vat waiver. Also - if you have time visit the adjacent Siam Center Mall - a smaller mall but one of a kind stores.

    Mar 17 at 9:20pm ·

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  • Bars & Clubs in Sunee Plaza, Pattaya
    Totally Renovated under New Management - Now "Double Shot Bar"
    Corner Bar has been totally renovated into the slickest drink/pool establishment Sunee Plaza has ever seen. The interior design rivals what you would find in the gay Silom area of Bangkok. The new management has even splurged on their own tuk tuk to transport VIP patrons from their hotels to the bar. And as the name suggests – the drinks are strong. I know the boys who work there – very nice. Drop in to begin your night and please remember to tip the boys and buy them drinks if you spend time with them.

    Mar 10 at 10:24pm ·

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  • Bars & Clubs in Sunee Plaza, Pattaya
    Social Hub of Sunee Plaza
    This street-side beer bar is always busy with a dedicated clientele. The French ex-pat management always makes everyone feel welcome. A good place to start the night and perhaps meet a nice young thai boy.
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    Mar 10 at 10:11pm ·

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  • Decent Large Hotel in the Center of Sunee Plaza
    This is the largest hotel in Sunee Plaza. It spans nearly the entire block with the hotel lobby on Soi Yensabai, and the pool at the opposite end towards Soi V.C. Basic Room is about $31US per night, and is sparse but clean. Room includes frig, lock box, air conditioner, fan, no phone, combined shower/toilet bathroom. The pool is good size but not heated. But usually during the day most guys head to the gay Jomtien Beach, which is a short ride on the public taxi (10baht). The location is excellent – right in the center of Sunee Plaza. However, that means you should expect to hear partying going on most nights on the street just outside your window.
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    Dec 12 at 4:44am ·

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  • Hotels in Los Angeles
    Affordable and Centrally located
    Great location on Santa Monica Blvd a close walk to everything in West Hollywood. Affordable rates, and our room was clean. Parking available but with only 8 upper spots + 4 in the lower garage there may not always be enough for everyone. Make sure to tell them which car is yours so you don’t get towed. When checking out when the office is closed, you can slide your key under the office door and call them in the morning. For food, you can check out the new kitchen24 just down the street – trendy 24-hour diner. But be prepared for long wait times during peak weekend brunch hours.

    Sep 3 at 10:01pm ·

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