On Feb 28, it was finally time to take the bus to Bangkok and fly to HK. The map shows where we met (just below the blue dot). The sign was posted at the bus station to remind non-citizens (esp the many retirees who have moved to Thailand) of immigration rules, including the need to report-in every 90 days and also report any trips outside the province they live in. They are also not allowed to work, taking jobs from Thai people. Frankly, I think these rules make sense; every country has the responsibility to protect its citizens and know the whereabouts of visitors.

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