I have not said anything about that all I did is give an opinion on what was quoted about the numbers. You then have become verbally abusive because you feel I don't understand the whole picture. This is not correct and your behaviour is not nice helpful or correct.
I was wondering if anyone had experience or knows if I can do a stopover in Istanbul on my way to the Phuket Sandbox? I will fly from Montreal to Phuket via Turkish Airlines and would like to stop for a week to visit friends. According the the wording it makes it sound like I need to be in Istanbul for 3 weeks before traveling to Phuket? Or is that 3 week requirement starting from where I originate my trip in Canada?
Thanks for your help.
How times have changed. When I was in Patong, it was Suthep's yellow shirt mob who held sway. Seizing the airport, sweeping all opposed to a coup out of the way and engaging in strong arm tactics. Anyone who objected was assumed to be a "redshirt". Foreigners who sympathized were called communists. The protesters are not the old redshirt north eastern migrant workers, but are the children of locals, locals who had probably turned out in 2004 to support the yellow shirts. Now that the locals have experienced some the insecurity and hardship, they are less willing to support the military rule.
IMO, it is a waste of their time to protest like this, Instead, they should go home and hold their parents and older relatives who supported the original coup, responsible. Remind them every day that what is happening now is their responsibility. Tell their parents and elders to go and fix the mess they supported, encouraged, allowed.
Peaceful protesters gathered in Bangkok earlier today for pro-democracy demonstrations and a Buddhist Lent ceremony as well. The protests were organised by the pro-democracy group Taloo-Fah and their leader Jatupat “Pai Dao Din” Boonpattararaksa hosted the peaceful event. The Taloo-Fah organised smaller groups around Bangkok in areas like Ratchaprasong intersection and Pathumwan, where they held a candle-making ceremony, a tradition for Buddhist Lent. The activity was in recognition of the Buddhist holiday that had been running for the past 5 days since July 20. Protesters gathered these candles and at around 3 pm the groups converged at the Victory Monument. […]
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