The man tried to row a ship from Thailand to India (about 2,000 km) looking for the spouse he had not seen in 2 years.
Rowing from Thailand to India, crossing the ocean alone to discover a spouse
A Vietnamese man was rescued by a Thai fishing boat after making an attempt to cross the Andaman Sea. This man solely used an inflatable boat and crossed the ocean alone to search out his spouse.
On March 23, the Royal Thai Navy obtained a report from a fisherman a few small inflatable boat that was found within the Andaman Sea, about 80 km from the coast. On the boat was a person with some baggage, an virtually empty bucket of ingesting water, and a few instantaneous noodles. The man doesn’t communicate Thai or English. Fearing that he would possibly commit suicide, the fishing boat determined to tow him and his boat again to security.
Thai marines intercepted the fishing boat and tried to speak to the rescued man, however they may not perceive him. A Vietnamese interpreter was introduced in and officers realized that the person, named Ho Huang Hung, was desperately looking for his spouse in India. He misplaced contact along with her two years in the past due to the Covid-19 pandemic and hopes to see his associate once more.
The 37-year-old man flew to Bangkok from Ho Chi Minh City on March 2, hoping to then take a flight to Mumbai, India. Unfortunately, Mr. Hung had issues along with his visa software and was unable to finish the plan. Instead, he went to Pattaya, purchased an inflatable boat, and started his crusing journey from Thailand to India on March 5, 3022.
Hung informed Thai authorities he was on the brink of sail to India, throughout the Indian Ocean – a journey of about 2,000 kilometers. Unfortunately, after 18 days at sea, the Vietnamese man is just 80 km from the coast of Thailand. At this price, if nothing dangerous occurs to him, he’ll attain his objective in about 625 days (about 20 months)
Despite his failure to plan his precarious voyage, Hung’s willpower impressed even the Thai Navy. They posted on Twitter that: “No matter how big the ocean, can’t stand in the way of this man’s true love.”
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