I was socially distant long before social distancing became fashionable. The last Westerner aside from me moved out of the village during the 2011 flood. Things are peaceful here. Mostly retired people from the Ministry of Education--they seemed to have congregated in this village for some reason.
Would need to look at who would benefit from their deaths , who would inherit their assets ?
Did they deposit a large amount of money into the hotel safe , which disappeared ?
Even non swimmers would be able to float and wade to the poolside
A couple of places. The Royal Barge Museum only costs a couple of hundred baht, I think. It's interesting but even more so was getting there. When I went several years ago, I apparently came through the back way. It took about 25 minutes of wandering through half hidden pathways and small streeets to get there. https://www.orientalescape.com/tour/thailand/bangkok/royalbarge-watarun
The other place is the Royal Thai Air Force museum. Lots of Vietnam era aircraft and a barn full of helicopters. http://www.rtaf.mi.th/en/pages/tourist_attractions.aspx
A powerful earthquake struck just off the Philippines’ main island of Luzon, today. There was no reported damage or injuries, says the US Geological Survey and officials. The earthquake registered at a deep, 5.7 magnitude and hit near the Batangas province around midnight, Thailand time. Locals in Manila say there were woken up when their houses started shaking. The USGS says the temblor has been recorded at a depth of 98 kilometres. The local seismological agency cautions residents to be careful of potential damage and aftershocks that may be coming. Jose Clyde Yayong, a disaster officer in Tagaytay city says […]
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