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Personal Log: Mission Updates

It's been quite a while since anything was moving here because I got sick and was down for more than 3 weeks and directly after that it was time to begin the move out of the flat that I occupied for the last decade in order to clean out the rest of all the stuff I've gathered over the years and which doesn't belong onto the Apollo-NG cargo manifest. This will be the last stepping stone to finally be able to sustain myself on the road with what I have on board.

Unfortunately, this pushed the PiGI crowdfunding deadline further because I didn't want to start the campaign in a state where everything that I need to successfully launch and fulfill the campaign is packed in boxes. That's too much of a handicap for now and would increase the risk of further delays. Iggy and I will start the campaign as soon as we are in a somewhat operational state again.


Amber, 2023/08/24 12:07

There are many fun things to do in Phang Nga Province - one of the southern provinces (Changwat) of Thailand, on the shore of the Andaman Sea to the west and Phang Nga Bay to the south. Neighbouring provinces are (from north, clockwise) Ranong, Surat Thani, and Krabi. To the south is the Phuket province, connected by the Sarasin Bridge. Phang Nga is the modern Thai transliteration of the archaic Malay word Pangan, literally 'jungle'. The phrase orang Pangan denotes 'heathen, pagan, primitive people', about a generalized tribe or people typically inhabiting jungle areas of the Malay Peninsula and its offshore islands. The province is on the west side of the Malay Peninsula and includes the islands of the Phang Nga Bay. The most famous may be the pair of Khao Phing Kan and Ko Ta Pu, the so-called James Bond Island from the 1974 movie The Man with the Golden Gun, Khao Phing Kan is the home base of the villain, with the needle-shaped limestone rock of Ko Ta Pu, 20 metres (22 yd) off the main beach, featured prominently. Ao Phang Nga (Phang Nga Bay) National Park was established in 1981 to protect the many islands. The Similan Islands and Surin Islands, two of Thailand's main diving destinations, are also part of Phang Nga province. The total forest area is 1,778 km2 (686 sq mi) or 32.4 percent of provincial area.

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