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“I'd rather regret the things that I have done than the things that I have not.”
― Lucille Ball

Friday, October 30, 2009

Farewell Bangkok


Tonight is my farewell party organised by my host company and customer. It was splendid, many friends, good food and drinks and a continuous show of dancers and singers in "German Brewery Ramintra Branch". Thanks a lot.

Below are my last farewell emails. I might add responses later in comments, but will do it anonymous.

To my customer,


Today October 30st is my last day working for the program within my company, but mainly working with and for you as customer employees in Asia Pacific, in Bangkok and Cabuyao and on occasion on other sites as well.


It was a great pleasure for me to work in the program, in different roles in APAC the past year, with many ups and downs, and many new contacts. I learned a lot of you for which I am very grateful.

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Hospitalized in Vibhavadi


Last Friday I was released from the hospital after being hospitalized for almost a week.

On Friday September 25th, I went to my office in Bang Khen, north Chatu Chak, but decided already before arrival to go back. I felt sick, had to vomit, head ache, and was not able to start working.

Coming back home again, I tried to text message some people to inform them on my sick leave, but SMS service to Europe didn't work. Already for several weeks I had many problems with mobile communication from and to Europe. It seems that there is a roaming problem, as people trying to call me get an automated voice message that my number is not registered, but local calls without any problem. I felt too sick to setup my PC to send an email, so decided to go to bed and solve the communication later, when I felt better.

Next day I discovered red stains on my lower left leg and it was also painfull after some rest to stand on that leg. Only after 5 minutes excercising it felt better and I could walk again. Still overall I was sick and didn't understand what the problem was and where the red stains were coming from.

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