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Jeg hedder Klaus, er 61 år og bor i Davao, Filippinerne.

Jeg har boet 10 år i Asien og forlod Danmark efter at jeg læste at man måtte tage sin førtidspension med sig, så det gjorde jeg og emigrerede til Thailand hvor jeg nåede at bo i 8 år inden jeg blev træt af landet og forsøgte mig i Cambodia hvor jeg kun var i 8 måneder inden jeg drog til Filippinerne hvor jeg nu har været i 1 1/2 år.

Jeg har altid haft lyst til at rejse og har været jorden rundt med skib 2 gange, jeg har kørt de eropæiske landeveje tynde i 30 år og har brugt mine ferier i det sydlige europa, jeg har rejst rundt i Asien og har kørt tusindvis af kilometer for at opleve, en lyst der aldrig forsvinder !

Jeg har kørt i tog gennem Java hvor jeg oplevede verdens største buddistiske tempel Borobadur og har kravlet på vulkaner både på Java og på Bali.

Har boet i et flydende bambushus og har snorklet i den Thailandske bugt samt har kørt 7.500 kilometer rundt i nord Thailand og har på intet tidspunkt mistet lysten til at rejse og opleve jeg fortsætter med indtil festen er forbi og min aske bliver hældt i havet der har min kærlighed.

Så det handler min blog om, rejser og oplevelser nu i Filippinerne der har så meget at byde på, bortset fra hvor jeg bor nu jeg kraftigt overvejer at ændre på ved at finde en ny adresse hvor jeg uhindret kan køre rundt og opleve uden at være bange for terror der har sin klamme hånd om Mindanao hvor jeg bor, så lige pludselig oplever jeg noget nyt igen 🙂

Så ’tilfældigvis’ og uden nogen info før nu, afholder man militær øvelser i Bangkok der sjovt nok falder sammen med de annoncerede protester mod den siddende regering, tju hej hvor det går i det demokratiske Thailand!!

Army Notifies Bangkok Of Impending Tank Maneuver


(2 August) The Royal Thai Army has confirmed it was about to roll tanks into streets of Bangkok, but don′t panic, it would be merely part of routine work, according to the statement released by the army.

Apparently conscious of the rumour about possible military coup circulating around the country, the army took pain to announce in advance the plans of various armoured divisions to move their armaments for field work practice outside of Bangkok throughout the month.On 6 August, the 1st Division King′s Guard will move their armaments from 4th Cavalry Division in Dusit district to Phahonyothin Train Station, via Kiak Kai intersection route, the statement reads.The equipment will then be transported to Kanchanaburi Train Station.

“The troop will come back to Bangkok with their armaments on 17 August via the same route,” it says.

Later, the army announced, the 2nd Chivalry Division King′s Guard will move their armaments back from the training ground in Lopburi Province to Phahonyothin Train Station on 9 August, before transporting the equipment to the barracks on Kiak Kai Road and Sanam Pao area.

Another series of maneuver will occur on 19 August, according to the army. On that day, the Antiaircraft Division will transport equipments from their Pahonyothin Barrack to Kiak Kai Barrack by train, then continue toward Lopburi Province on army vehicles. The armaments is scheduled to return to Bangkok on 23 August.A spokeswoman of the military apologised forinconvenience that may occur from the transportation of troop and armaments.“This is not a preparation for a coup d’état”, she said.

As anti-government protests were set to take place in Bangkok and fears about possible unrest returned to the capital city, many are whispering that the military might take advantage of the situation and put an end to the elected government of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, similar to what happened to her brother Mr. Thaksin Shinawatra in September 2006.

The rumours cited any unusual or unexplained development as evidence of looming coup, including the trip of His Majesty the King and Her Majesty the Queen from Bangkok′s Siriraj Hospital, where they had been receiving treatments for their illnesses, to their seaside palace in Hua Hin District, Prachuap Khiri Khan province.

This is their first trip to the palace, called Klai Kang Won, in several years, and Her Majesty the Queen had not been seen in public for over a year. The rumours suggest that “imminent incident” in Bangkok had convinced the monarchs to leave the capital city for the time being. However, many citizens dismissed the rumour as far-fetched fantasy.

Kilde: http://www.khaosod.co.th/en/view_newsonline.php?newsid=TVRNM05UUTFNVFk0TVE9PQ==&sectionid=TURFd01BPT0=

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  1. Anonym
    august 02, 2013, 4:21 pm

    Det lyder da ikke betrykkende, men de har jo været igennem flere militærkup gennem årene. Det er tyder mest på , at der er noget i gære, er jo Kongens flytning, det er jo ikke fordi han er rask.

    Vi må krydse fingre for, at det ikke bliver til noget voldsomt.

    knus jytte

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