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Subject: It is time to say my goodbyes...
Date: Fri, 20 May 2005 12:30:13 +0200
This is my last day in SGCIB.
After 12 years in SG, the time has come to head back to East, and to say goodbye to you.
I wish to thank you all for the years of fun, work and challenges we have been part of. It has been a privilege working with all of you through the ups and downs, and I hope you have enjoyed the ride as much as I have.
I wish you the best of luck in the times to come.
Bruno, signing out.
Let's go for some updates:
As usual, I had some holidays: Canaria Islands with Li & Boudicca in March,
and sailing (again!) in Phuket 2 weeks ago. No way for my wife to come this
time (I mean in Thailand): Ghosts are probably everywhere in this
place - a very important issue for many Asian people.
To say a word about December 26th tsunami, Koh Phi Phi was completely destroyed, and still not growing up (the lack of tourists does not help, I guess). Patong, on the other side, is very neat (I mean: no difference with the pre-tsunami town I know).
But the great news is that I am going back to Japan! After one year and a half in Paris, I resigned 2 months ago, and in exactly 18 days we will use our one way tickets, back to Asia...