Re: [103attendees] Thanks, Bangkok !

"Black, David" <David.Black@dell.com> Fri, 09 November 2018 09:21 UTC

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> > On my way out of the IETF, I’d like to thank the people that chose Bangkok as
> a meeting venue!
> 
> +1
+1

> I think Singapore and Bangkok are now for Asia what Berlin and Prague are for
> Europe.
Indeed, two excellent Asian meeting venues - I look forward to returning to both cities.

Thanks, --David

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> On Nov 9, 2018, at 11:56, Alexander Pelov <a@ackl.io>; wrote:
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> > Hi all,
> >
> > On my way out of the IETF, I’d like to thank the people that chose Bangkok as
> a meeting venue!
> 
> +1
> 
> An overly full calendar, and some illnesses (including a little bit of, er, travelers’
> discomfort on my side) conspired that I didn’t do the touristy thing that might
> have added to that — but Bangkok was great as a meeting venue.
> 
> The biggest problem (relatively speaking, because it never was a big problem)
> was the slightly sloppy attitude of the AV people.  Oh well.  And the occasional
> packet losses in the afternoon.  The WiFi took some effort to stay associated.
> (And the datatracker was even slower than usual, but that’s not up to the
> venue.)
> 
> But all that is complaining on a really high level.  The amazing food, in the hotel
> (from breakfast to the copious and delicious break food) as well as outside of
> the hotel, sure reduced the average grumpiness of the participants.  The rooms
> were functional, no bleeding over of next-door audio.  Rarely was the crowd
> outside the meeting room a noticeable distraction.  (I’ll shut up about the air
> conditioning — at least it was not worse than in US hotels.)  The elevators were
> busy, but there were no ridiculously long lines.
> 
> After some initial confusion, the Thailand visa issue was very manageable for
> this German citizen.  Travel is long from Europe, but there were a lot of people
> from China around this time where you’d normally hear “X didn’t get a visa” half
> of the time.
> 
> Wow, and the local people.  Amazing.
> 
> I think Singapore and Bangkok are now for Asia what Berlin and Prague are for
> Europe.
> 
> Grüße, Carsten
> 
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