Asia | South East Asia | Thailand | Bangkok – Bangkok, Austrian embassy
Arriving in Bangkok, once again We first went to the travel agency RICHLY, where we left our luggage. I want to mention RICHLY, because they where a very big help during our stay in Thailand. The told us how to get to the embassy, how to get a new airline ticket, helped me with my new credit card and even phoned the police station in Thong Sala to ask if our passports where found. RICHLY is next to the main train station in Bangkok at the Longmuang Road.
At the Austrian embassy we watched a quiet strange situation. A guy (he looked really nasty ) asked for a visa extension for a Thai woman, standing behind him. He said that he already went to Austria with that woman to three months, and now he wanted to get another extension for three months again. We saw another men the next day at the Austrian embassy, asking the same questions, and also when we went to the embassy of Australia. I dont want to judge people for the way the dress and I dont know what those guys do with the Thai woman in their home countries, but I think its not just conversation, and I feel very bad about whats going on in Thailand and probably other places on this planet.