Bangkok 2014: Day 4

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Bidding farewell is always the most difficult thing to do especially when you're about to leave a place you started to fell in love with. Well, maybe for Helen & Nike. Because I have already established a long distance relationship with Bangkok. He's always waiting for me to return. Kidding aside, I still feel a pang of separation of anxiety whenever I leave the place. Sometimes, I feel like staying longer and have this strong urge to not return to my country but it's just an escape from reality. I always have to go back.
Like most trips, it always has to end, one way or another. But in a more positive note, this only gives you hope to travel more and to long for more places to conquer.
Random: a book I haven't read yet but surely want to.
But more than that, the travel experience will not be worthwhile if you don't have great companions with you. I know for sure that our friendship grew in this trip. It's always great to share an experience with people who will appreciate it with you.






I can't wait for my next trip, whether abroad or just here in the Philippines. I'm itching to ride the plane again to somewhere new to me and see it, finally, with my own eyes. I can't wait to see the different cultures and traditions, to hear the different languages like music to my ears, to step in a new land, and to set forth to a new adventure!

Here's to wandering and getting lost! Cheers!


(Photos by Nike of the ElectroMagnetChick & Helen of Wanderlen)

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