Day 2 in Phitsanulok...I think it's going well for Meghna, my team member who we basically came here for. She is testing our seed inventory procedures, and approximately 91% of our inventory is maintained here. We didn't want her to travel by herself, so I brought some work with me and kept myself busy.
Phitsanulok is surprisingly large, although it was a little frightening when we left the airport and it was pitch black outside. The airport is located in what is fair to call a rural region.
We fly back tonight to Bangkok, and arrive in around 10:30 p.m. It is our senior's birthday this evening, so we might go grab some drinks if we get back in town at a decent hour. Two birthdays in 5 days for our team...crazy!
Side Note: apparently there is an anti-govenment protest on Friday. The same party (PAD) organized a rally and drummed up 500,000 people in 2006. The ruling party (PPP) is planning on staging a simultaneous counter-rally on Friday. Hopefully, we will be long gone on our way to Cambodia before any of the insanity hits.
Got a 10-miler to get in this weekend! D-Day for the STL Half Marathon is quickly approaching...the current countdown is 10 days away!