Haven’t been posting much for the last 2 months. Yea, it’s been really depressing looking for a new job. You see job descriptions that look like a great fit but after applying, you don’t get one reply. Or those times you see a job description from a company you’ve already applied to and you know for some reason or another they will never consider you. Then there are those times when you get multiple interviews in a week and all of a sudden you get re-energized and shazam, you start seeing a way out of this purgatory. That’s where I’m at this week, I had a great interview earlier and a few more the end of this week, and so here’s the second part of my 2012 Bangkok Motor Show coverage! Enjoy!
So there I was in front of the grand doors taking pictures of the first car models I saw. Man this started off fast. After I was done, I just looked around and really didn’t know where to walk. The entire floor was full of people and so I went towards the direction where there was less people. I turned left and walked towards what seemed liked rows upon rows of accessories and parts. The booths were definetely smaller when compared to the car manufacturers. However, this was where you would find everything from rims, audio gear to car wax. Since I was walking towards the left side of the hall, and after I passed the accessories and parts, I finally found myself at the motorcycle area, and it was a really big area full of domestic and foreign brands. I remember mainly the bring brands from Harley-Davidson, Suzuki and Kawasaki. There were a few domestic brands like Stallions and others that occupied really big areas of the show floor.
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