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Has Chiang Rai been affected by the imposition of martial law?

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Did you guys fly in? Didn't you see the guys at the parking entrances with mirrors-on-a-stick? They really slowed traffic down.

I seen it and was subject to opening my boot and having a mirrow under my car.And yes it took us 1o minutes to get through. Maybe they did fly in ,

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Late nights are back on the menu with relaxation of the restrictions. Midnight to four from today.

Nice, if true. But I don't think so. Can anyone confirm this and provide a source?

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Late nights are back on the menu with relaxation of the restrictions. Midnight to four from today.

Nice, if true. But I don't think so. Can anyone confirm this and provide a source?

Other post and info say curfew stays the same. The list of relaxed times was the one for a couple of years ago.

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Sorry to disappoint but we did not fly in, we did however fly through the checkpoint with a smile and a polite nod of the head. I don't see the problem.

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Ditto

Sorry to disappoint but we did not fly in, we did however fly through the checkpoint with a smile and a polite nod of the head. I don't see the problem.

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It's official now. Lockdown iz now only 12 midnight to 04:00.

Enjoy.

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Having pets requires that we are home before the sun goes down and I am never up before the sun ascends to a reasonable height so I haven't noticed the curfew at all. I am sure others have suffered during this time of strife, I'm just sharing that I have not.

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Vf you are not alone...when we had it last time i did not knew about it before 3-4 month after it was started...

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Thank you. That was a serious post. I was hoping for some help and constructive advice from someone like VF who lives locally. Sometimes people need help desperately and quickly.

I will post my message on the main TV forum.

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As a foreigner I would be very reluctant to even voice an opinion where officialdom seems to have already made a determination. It is understandable that you are distraught at the passing of your friend but I fear there is little one can do at this point other than grieve.

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Yes, you are right. I am thankful for the comfort which I needed.

I am trying to advise some very distraught Thai friend who knew him for a lot longer than I did.

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