A trip can be summed up in various experiences: moments, culinary experiences, colors, emblematic sites and of course, in photos. Here I am going to leave our trip through Thailand in a few photos.
I've been thinking for a long time Before we got much more out of the photos. Now we take more pictures many more, But we don't give it the same importance.
I remember that My grandmother had three huge photo albums and on every special occasion she took the opportunity to show her photos. to her grandchildren, friends, even sometimes she was caught alone looking at those beloved photos.
I am definitely not my grandmother, nor have I had to live in her austere times, but I do I would like to make an attempt to preserve the essence of things and above all to try to save the best moments of a certain trip, of a specific date, a birthday, a moment. Because although I'm not my grandmother and I'm not my mother either I would like look like them and see myself in a few years showing the most special photos to friends, grandchildren, and myself when I feel like remembering.
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Thailand in Photos
As time goes by, and I see myself with the necessary inspiration to write about this wonderful trip, I will be integrating links of the different entries that will make up the Southeast Asia categories. I don't know yet if I'll call it that or make separate categories for Thailand and Cambodia.
Por el momento I limit myself to separating the trip into points and locations of the tour of Thailand.
Our journey begins in Bangkok, with all its contrasts
In Kao San Road we had the opportunity to enjoy a small gastronomic summary of what awaited us in the country.
Royal Barge Procession on the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok.
Journey back in time in Ayuthaya
80 kilometers from Bangkok, Ayutthaya is an essential visit to get to know the ancient capital of Thailand.
Chiang Rai and its Spectacular Temples
South of Thailand. Beaches, Sunsets and a lot of relaxation in Krabi
In the south of Thailand we found the paradisiacal tranquility that we so longed for, its beaches were so familiar to us, from seeing them on TV, that it was as if we knew them.
But, what surprised us the most was its landscape as a whole: kilometric plantations of coconut palms, towering mountains in contrast to an almost always turquoise sea.
If you want to know more about our trip, take a look at the section Thailand.