Friday, May 14, 2010

Safe and sound

For those of you who are aware of the major political disturbances going on in Bangkok, know that I am safe and sound in a quiet, albeit busy suburb north of the downtown area. I chose to live closer to the factory, about a 25 minute drive, rather than fight the Bangkok traffic everyday. That choice is looking particularly good right now since certain areas of downtown are basically closed down.

I have personally not seen any of the trouble.


  1. Glad to hear you are indeed safe and sound. I've been listening to the BBC with a hint of trepidation for what things might be like for you there. Know that we are all thinking of you. "Guns, Germs and Steel" - an excellent choice.