It took me one day to decide that i want to go to Thailand and another two days to buy the flight tickets. I think that might be one of the most spontaneous things I’ve ever done but after a long flight, some bumping into people trying to catch my plane, a little bit of jet lag and lots of mixed emotions, here I was, in Bangkok, one of the most colourful cities in the world.
One of the first things that hits you as you get here is definitely the heat and the humidity. You gotta’ have strong lungs and a good liver. Bangkok is hot, over crowded and dirty but all of these things doesn’t take away it’s charm.
I only stayed for two days and every hour was an adventure. From the list of “to do” I think I enjoyed the temples and the sky bars the most. I didn’t photographed as much as I normally do, mainly because I wanted Thailand to be and experience for the soul rather then the eye but as I go back through the pictures of last year, these are some of my dearest ones so I wanted to share them here too.