He's in Bangkok, and wondering what the day (which is dawning) will bring.
My client is in the banking business, and assures me he'll get all the news from his contacts at the central bank of Thailand as soon as the offices open. Nobody in my hotel was unduly worried last night, and I'm sure that things will unfold over the next 24 hours. British Airways are flying in their morning schedule from heathrow, so they obviously aren't that concerned.
Thanks Kate. They've declared martial law here, and there's a news clampdown. Everyone is enjoying a day off today, the banks are closed, and so I've got the day off too. My client has suggested a drive into the countryside around Bangkok for a spot of sightseeing and lunch, so I'm going to take advantage of that.
Dont think i will be going to Thailand after all, some reports that the International airport in Bangkok is going to be or already has been closed. May be a good time to delegate and let someone else go. Was caught up in a coup a few years ago in Africa (not of my doing)Just got out of that country a.s.a.p!
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