Monthly Archives: November 2008

PAD in Chiang Mai…

CHIANG MAI, Nov 26 (TNA) – A group of government supporters attacked and killed the father of a member of the anti government People’s Alliance for Democracy (PAD) in the northern province of Chiang Mai late Wednesday. PAD members in a … Continue reading

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Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok ….

… is closed for flights out of Bangkok. Bangkok Post writes..“For the safety for passengers, we have to stop flights out of the airport temporarily until the situation returns to normal.” Suvarnabhumi airport manager Serirat Prasutanon at 9pm Tuesday evening. … Continue reading

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About wine, cheese and knives

I love meeting and getting to know new people. Last night I was at someones house who told me the knife in the kitchen was used more to slice people not stab them … haha … don’t think I’ll be … Continue reading

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Turmoil in Bangkok

(BangkokPost.com)- House Speaker Chai Chidchob on Monday morning called off the joint meeting between MPs and senators until the situation returns to normal after the People’s Alliance for Democracy (PAD) enclosed the parliament building.  {…} The protesters also cut off … Continue reading

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Saturday

I went to bed thinking, GREAT a family day! This morning I woke up thinking, great a free day !…..Hubby home, kids all home, we’ll relax, maybe go roller-blading .. hmmmmm but wait, isn’t there a chess tournament? Yes, there … Continue reading

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