Travelblog 2 – Bangkok Airport

One of the advantages of flying into a civil war zone is that the plane was eerily empty. I shared an entire row with just one other passenger (she at one window, me at the other).
For all that modern technology has shrunk the world, flying east from Europe to Asia to Australasia still reminds you of how big the planet actually is… Thousands of miles, and two short nights in one 24 hour period.
This is my second visit to Bangkok. I spent a week here a couple of years ago, visiting the software development group that the then Reuters have here. I saw little in terms of the sights last time around – most of the time was spent stuck in a conference room – but met some wonderful people. I hope that my former colleagues are safe given all that is currently going on in their city…

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