Top Gun Mood ☄️
Alright guys, I’m so sick... So I decided to post this picture taken in Bangkok to find my aerial fight ; get better and apply the proverb : Me, Myself & I 🏮My body is clearly somatising and I’m determined to regain my desire to break everything in this world and realize my dreams.
Thank you @dianeperreau for your words ♥️
📸 by @ruedesrosiers
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Long day 😬😬
📸 Fujifilm X-T2 Fujinon XC50-230
Day 6: Forty stories high seems to be the perfect altitude for a swim in the infinity pool at our high rise Airbnb & thats exactly how we started our day. There's something very calming about seeing the little cars, trains & people starting their day in Bangkok from this high up, almost as if the world is moving in slow motion. The view becomes even more beautiful later at sunset as the city of Bangkok prepares for a night out in town. It's moments like this where I try to forget everything and really revel in how lucky I am to be here, right now enjoying the beauty the world has to offer.
When in Bangkok, we knew we couldn't miss the famous Grand Palace, which is one of Bangkok's most sacred landmarks. Although expensive relative to other Thai attractions at 500 baht (still cheap by US standards ~$16 USD), it was beautiful to have seen the majestic buildings encompassed with shining gold. It's important to remember for the temples in Thailand that both men & women need to have respectful clothing, covering the shoulders, chest, & legs. You will not be allowed into the Grand Palace otherwise! I'd recommend to go as soon as the Grand Palace opens to avoid the tour groups & large crowds of people in any pictures you'd like to take!
Not pictured: Last stop of the night was Nana Plaza, which is a 3-story red-light district near the Nana train station. Let's just say it's something you can't miss when in Bangkok, there are all kinds of interesting people to see here, which made for some good laughs & memories! Up bright & early tomorrow to head to Koh Lipe! #amazingthailand#bangkok#nana#grandpalace#kohlipe#travelphotography
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