I should have researched more about Ayutthaya before going there! To be honest, I only learned about this place when I asked my friend, Ace, when I got to Bangkok. He told me I could check out this travel destination for just a day. And boy, was he wrong!
This experience was just one of those days
From the Jim Thompson House & Museum, I passed by the Bangkok Art and Culture Center which I now regret not taking a peek inside. Although it was fun strolling along the intersection outside because there were artworks all over.
Since they have wide roads, the footbridge at the intersection was
The first place I went to see in Bangkok was the Jim Thompson House & Museum. I took a bus going here and walked a small distance from the main road. The entrance fee is 150 Baht for Adults and 100 Baht for those under 22 years old. After I got my ticket, I went straight to the information desk w
From my amazing trip in Laos, I now head to Thailand! I took a bus at the Khua Din Bus Station going to the Thanaleng Border Crossing at Dongphosy. Of course, the Xieng Khuan or the Buddha Park was nearby so I made a short trip there. Then I took another bus going back and got off at the border. I
Hey guys! I am back. I know it has been a long time. I decided to focus on getting my life together that is why I had a short vacation from writing. So far, things are just lining up for me and writing will always be one of those things. So that is why I am back with this #travelog of my trip in Lua
Feel a bit down or sad lately? Feel like life is slowly moving for you? Well, it felt like that for me. I felt like I was stuck in a slowly drifting boat with no destination. I needed to get rid of this feeling. I wanted to be refreshed and re-energized. I only have one solution for this – TRAVEL.
My morning has been already hectic as it is and I hope I can still make it on the train going to Bangkok, Thailand from the Thanaleng Border this afternoon. The morning though was filled with a very pleasant visit to the golden temple Pha That Luang and the Wat Sisaket Temple. A trip to the Xieng K
From the glorious Pha That Luang, I now take you to another ancient site in Vientiane, Laos – the Wat Sisaket Temple. Since this place is along my route, why not check it out right?
I actually entered the back part of the temple first. But it was fine because right away, I saw architectural beautie
I left the hostel early morning so that I can visit the famous Pha That Luang in Vientiane, Laos. I walked for 15 minutes from Lucky Backpackers hostel to a bus stop beside Talat Sao Shopping mall. A bus was parked waiting for passengers and I approached the driver and asked if they would pass by P
Twenty minutes of walking from the Park, I finally arrived at the Patuxai Monument. Seeing from afar, it really is quite grand. Made out of concrete, this monument was constructed in 1957 in honor of their soldiers who fought during World War II and during the war against France in 1949. It was the
Eight hours of travel from Luang Prabang to Vientiane, I arrived at my hostel around two in the afternoon with my body aching to just get on the move. Lucky Backpacker Hostel was probably the cheapest in the area. Bag secured, shower was done and camera on hand; I head off to a nearby restaurant to
Scrambled eggs and a toast of bread, I hurriedly finished the meal prepared by the friendly cook at the hostel I was staying. My backpack was filled with the necessary things needed for a short trip to one of the top destinations in Luang Prabang. Swimwear, towel, money and my camera, it was all th