Has the rainy season come early in Thailand?


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6 thoughts on “Has the rainy season come early in Thailand?

  1. It's like when u are goin' to get used to it, it has turn out to another way u never thought right?

    Absolutely, I'm still in doubt why we get wet so early this year.

    Do u remember the Songkarn Day?

    It rained cats and dogs when I was in Prajinburee, my grandma's home.
    Acutallt, it 'd never rained during that time. How wired!!

    A question plz

    If it snowed here, would u move back to London? hehe

    Just kidding ^^

    Take care and have a wonderful holiday

  2. Hottest April on record here in the UK, the seasons are a month ahead of themselves, and all evidence points to a blisteringly hot summer. I've been back four days and no sign of any rain yet!

  3. Actually it usually starts to rain in April:
    songkran is the Thai New Year but it also means that rain is coming back. ;-)
    The Monsoon season was extremely important in a society built on the culture of rice.

  4. weather goes crazy… seriously u can't really tell which season is which anymore… well just make the best out of the rain… hope we all won't get sick of these changes… :)

  5. i kept away from posting a comment here. but after three more posts in your blog, the rain still pours buckets…all i can think of at the moment is bob dylan's 'Buckets of rain, buckets of tears. Got all them buckets coming out of my ears, Buckets of moonbeams in my hand,' though there is no moonbeams around for a while…

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