Following the horrific bombing at the Erawan Shrine at the Ratchaprasong intersection in Bangkok, I decided I wanted to show my solidarity to Thai people and the tourism industry by staying in the Ratchaprasong area for four days. I wanted to show that the act of the bomber wouldn't scare me away.
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One thought on “Day 1 of Trip to Ratchaprasong”
They are my sentiments,we cannot let those terrible people think they can bow to them and cause us to alter where we want to go.
Also I support your thinking that we should stand alongside the Thai community and help in any way possible and not run away.