Notes from Thailand

I’ll wait to write a longer trip report until I get back to the states. We are currently on the island of Lanta and having a great time, all things considered. We were supposed to leave for home tonight, but Bangkok’s airport has not reopened and there are no signs it will do so for a while.

We are going to make our way to Singapore by way of Langkawi and then KL. Hopefully, we’ll he home by the 1st.

Safe, sound and a little stressed are we. United hasn’t been the best travel partner for us this trip, but the hotel, Layana, has been a second home.

Finally, to those of you with family in Bangkok or Mumbai I hope they are safe and out if harms way.

I have a lot to be thankful for today as I am sure you have as well.

4 Replies to “Notes from Thailand”

  1. Hi mate,

    This is in the past but i can assure you that situation in Thailand have never been dangerous. I was sitting and drinking beer during the protests.

    However it was very dangerous in Mumbai, i have workers there and they said it is massacre.

  2. Well they are at it again. Now the red shirts are protesting and the Asean summit in Pattaya was canceled yesterday. This obviously has a drastic effect on tourism. I hope that you will come back one day to Thailand when things become a bit more quiet.

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