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Thailande : Take The Sun Not Thaksin

Suite aux évènements qui perdurent et au dernier carnage du jour dernier, je tenais juste à apporter mon soutien au peuple thai.

Nous qui sommes touristes pour la plupart, n’ayons pas de crainte à partir dans ce magnifique pays même en ce moment. La minorité qui sème la panique a certainement de bonnes raisons, voir peut être pas, mais ce n’est pas à nous de juger, il faut juste savoir que ce phénomène est très minoritaire, souvenez vous des émeutes en France et de comment le monde percevait ces évènements à l’époque…Juste un mot, si vous aviez prévu, réservé, n’annulez rien, j’assure la garantie 🙂 je plaisante 🙂

La crise est très localisée et il ne faut surtout pas non plus boycotter ce pays.

Beaucoup de gens sur place vivent du tourisme, des exportations, de l’industrie textile et autres, donc faites comme si ne rien était, profitez juste de vos vacances.

Je croise les doigts comme vous, mais je pense surtout à l’économie, et à la vie des gens sur place qui ne veulent pas d’un nouveau coup d’état, qui en ont juste marre….

Publicités

Bloody Sunday Burma VJ Documentary, we need to know about it

Today is sunday, big storm all over the country but nothing very important compared to other situations.

Last week, I have missed a documentary passed on tv named Burma VJ.

Joshua is 27, and with his friends, as a journalist, he risks his life to show the world the real face of what is going on in his country. A country closed to Thailand, named Birmany, also known as a country leads by a very oppressive military gouvernement which do nothing else than scarry people with violent methods.

Most of burma citizen have to move from country to survive, often leave their family to go out their country.

We all have heard about it once, but we do not really know the truth.

I have been very shocked by watching this movie, and for sure, as me you will see you crying.

I hope many people will see it, because we need to know, people are taken high risks every day to make this movie going out from this country.

World need to listen to them.

To finish, I want to say, I hate politics, I hate violence, but I believe in people.

Many die to fight for their rights there, it is a shame.

I will never forget it.

Aung San Suu Kyi is still prisoner there, her story is quite the same to what happened in South Africa for Nelson Mandela. Please give her back her freedom quick too.

http://burmavjmovie.com/

Download it and watched it:

http://www.btmon.com/Video/Unsorted/Burma_VJ.torrent

A bullet in your head

Violence is never necessary.

Dictionary/Translator English to Thai


Cours de thai en action


Dictionary, translator online :

      

Thailande 2007 Bangkok => ChangMai => Samui => Phangan

Well well well,

In may, I have been for one month in Thailand again (sixth times or 7 in 4 years ;), do not ask me why).

Better than few words, here are some pictures we took me and my friend.

We spent very nice times, as ever, from Bangkok where we stayed 4 nights, then direction the north to Chang Mai for 3 days trek trip, to finish on the islands on the south, Samui and Phangan.

Next travel : Tunisia for one week.Hoping u enjoy, see u when u see me 🙂

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SUK11 Budha, very nice guest house (not in kohsanroad) near Sukhumvit, 400Bath a night, clean, to see.

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Jungle view near Chang Mai, was so hot this day 😉

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Karting in typical village.

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Amazing tree, « wanna get high, so high » 😉

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Hi dude, thanks for the pose.

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Thai people say this is where Chang Beer comes from 🙂

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Storm is coming, windy…ouuuuuuuu!

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The place to be.

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So fast, so confortable to visit islands.

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Time to live, last picture.

Other pictures are personal, sorry 😉