When I arrived in Bangkok, I didn’t really like this city that much, but when I was leaving I cried all the way to the airport. And let me tell you, these were not tears of joy. Bangkok is a big city, it takes a while to get to the airport, so for approximately 20 …

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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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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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After spending the whole day chilling at the beach, sipping ice coffee, getting massages and admiring the city from our rooftop pool, we left Nha Thrang. At 7pm, the bus picked us up from our hotel, and we spent the whole night driving from Nha Trang to Hoi An. This 500 km drive took us …

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