It's an impractical use of time but if all you have is time to spare (especially when you've been in Thailand for six months during the pandemic of 2020) I highly suggest that you take the overnight train that takes you from Bangkok to Chiang Mai. The journey takes about 13 hours and if you [...]
In all honesty, I am not sure where to begin. I cry while driving or sitting in restaurants and cafes. I feel my heart breaking and rebuilding. I am chaotic and serene. I find myself in serious contemplating. Today's quote on my Momentum tab is: “The struggle you're in today is developing the strength you need for tomorrow.”
My first solo travel adventure turned destination quarantine in Thailand has led and is still leading to many adventures and lessons learned. Beyond the usual lessons of 'what/what not to bring', 'how to prepare for long term solo travel', and destination guides, there have been invaluable things I've learned about myself and, in turn, the world during these few months. I'm so grateful to be able to dive deeper in my understanding of how I perceive myself and the environment around me and the people that have assisted in my expansion.