The very first day I arrived in Bangkok, I went to 7-eleven, of course. I needed some water and Oreos to cheer up my jet lag. At that time I didn’t know that we had a water machine, standing right in front of our building, where you could just fill up your bottles with drinking …

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Nonsi is the coolest place in Bangkok, and luckily enough, that’s also where I lived. Nonsi Residence is where exchange students from Chulalongkorn University live, and it’s pretty much like a little universe inside of Bangkok. It’s a pink building, in the middle of Khlong Toei, a neighbourhood located just outside of the city centre, …

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I called Bangkok home for 5 months. I had my own bed, I did laundry, I went to school, I had good days and bad days. I lived in one of the biggest cities on earth, on the other side of the globe, almost 9000 km from home. In a tropical, exotic country, with white …

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What I did during my first month in Thailand, all squeezed in 2 minutes  

  I can’t believe that it’s almost over, my Vietnam trip is really coming to an end. I’m obviously not in Vietnam anymore. I left almost three months ago, but working on my blog posts, editing videos and pictures, made me feel like a little part of me was still left in sunny Southeast Asia. …

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I went through my pictures from Ho Chi Minh City and the first thought that went through my mind was “God I did take many pictures at Ben Than market”. I could make a separate post about it, and so I did. I spent hours at the Ben Than market, buying fruits, listening, people watching, …

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