The roars of winter

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Waves as high as four metres slams through the sea walls along the beach road in Prachuap district yesterday afternoon. (Photo: Prachuap Post)

It was almost like winter when temperature dropped to 18C degrees and waves as high as four metres slams through the sea walls along the beach road in Prachuap district yesterday afternoon. According to the Thailand Meteorological Department (TMD), the cold weather was due to the high-pressure system from China engulfing the upper part of Thailand.

(Photo: Prachuap Post)

Meanwhile, the provincial governor warned residents near the coastal area to be extra careful as strong winds and waves will continue for the next few days whilst fishermen are advised to dock their small boats and avoid sailing.

Photos:  Prachuap Post

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Born and raised in Thailand, Larry continued his studies overseas and graduated from Don Bosco College (Philippines) and later took up Arts & Music at University of Santo Tomas. Being a well-travelled individual around Asia through his musicality in the 80's, Larry decided to settle down back at his birthplace and started writing biographies and articles, quoting that: "Writing an article is almost like writing a song... there's an intro, an ending, but there must always be a "hook" in between."