Let me show you pictures of the flooding in my area, which is where the biggest hospital is located, Siriraj is located. It's important and loads of people gets treated daily, and some of the worst traffic cases are located and 'that' area other than Siam of course.
|Yesterday, when we decided to fled Bangkok.|
|Just low water, "just" up to our knees..|
|On the lower level of the street.|
|People getting evacuated in our area|
|People panic parking on the express way. fakking idiots|
My uni have postponed classes, any school resuming will first happen on the 15th. Our finals are on the 28th. Our BAS (British, American Studies) have been canceled till the 28th, since their
American teacher just left Thailand 2 weeks ago and wont be back until then. Thammasat is really bad at giving us proper information about the dangerous situation, as much as I've loved it here, I would defiantly not recommend going during rain season at least, and maybe not pick Thammasat as your exchange program.
Thank you for reading this, I'll update with more info,
about my life on everything and try and find better pictures.
lol, for once I'm on them for like, real.