We wish you luck, especially in these difficult days. We can do this together and soon we will be back for you with our brilliant shows and our good-looking handsome boys. Please don’t give up, it will be over soon!
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Stay safe. We’ll be back soon.
Dear friends, we hope you are all well and you are healthy. We wish you a lot of power and energy in this not so easy time.
We will survive 100%! Together we will make these difficult days and together we will start again when everything is over.
Please don’t give up, but be brave and stay healthy. We look forward to the day when it continues.
Be brave and don’t give up, it will get better soon! We need optimism and discipline now! Be strong and help each other in this difficult time.
Everything will be fine. Hope dies at last! We are all optimistic and firmly believe that time will pass and that we will all be alive and well.
Thank you for staying with us all. We will inform you as soon as we are allowed to open again.
We wish all our friend from Sweden a Happy SWEDEN National Day 6 June!
The National Day of Sweden (Swedish: Sveriges nationaldag) is a national holiday observed annually in Sweden on 6 June. Prior to 1983, the day was celebrated as Swedish Flag Day (Swedish: Svenska flaggans dag). At that time, the day was renamed the Swedish National Day by the Riksdag.
WE LOVE SWEDEN!
Let us hope and pray together that we will all see each other again this month and enjoy life together as we know it.
Please everyone holds on and for God’s sake don’t give up. Be strong and optimistic, everything will be fine.
In this positive sense we stay for today until the day we will all see each other again.
วันวิสาขบูชา Visakha Bucha Day Wednesday, 26th 2021
The highest Buddhist holiday of the Thai people is the Visakha Bucha Day (also called Vesakh festival), the first full moon day in the sixth lunar month.
This very special holiday commemorates the birth of Buddha, his enlightenment and his entry into Nirvana – the three most important events in his life. For the Buddha’s honors, the faithful Thais go to the temples to pray and listen to monks’ sermons.
Donations to the monks and novices are also an important and integral part of the day. In the evening, in many places, light processions take place, during which the faithful Buddhists walk around the temples with candles to commemorate the Buddha and express their wishes.
In the northern Thai city of Chiang Mai in the evening there is a large procession of lights to the temple Wat Phra That Doi Suthep on the mountain of the same name outside the city of Chiang Mai.