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... to Indonesia. A week prior to my return to Bangkok THIS happened. Some ******* coward terrorist(s) killed innocent people in the name of whatever pathetic cause or agenda they follow. A hidden bomb was set off at a popular location for both locals and tourists. To my knowledge at least, it's the first bombing in Thailand since the Lee Gardens Plaza bomb went off in Hat Yai in 2005. It's certainly the first attack on Bangkok i'm aware of. Thing is, this sort of ...
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Unfortunately, the hotel in Mumbai was not great. It was a tiny little room with no natural light, ants and ever-wet stains on the bed and awful WiFi. Varun had organised for a couple of taxis to take the 6 of us for a 4 ...
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... of a prisoner of war hut on the side of the River Kwai. It is called JEATH museum to represent the names of the six countries involved: Japan - England - America and Australia - Thailand - Holland. Japan were the controllers of the railway and the other 4 countries were involved as PoW's on the actual construction of the 415 km long Death Railway and the Bridge over the River Kwai. There are many photographs around the wall taken of real situations by Thais ...