“Can we go back to Luang Prabang?” Lala asked after I felt her firm tug. I saw a need of escape from her eyes. “I miss their calmness” she added.
I skimmed the area as if I still need evidence that we are in Chiang Mai. We were there trying to keep our hands together as we walk through the long road of Rachadaemneon. “Be mindful and stay close” I replied.
At Jim Thompson House Museum
3rd Season Issue
Where in the World: Urban Hideaways
My younger sister asked me if I can submit a testimonial to AsianTraveler for its regular article “Where in the World”. I was really excited knowing I have the opportunity to get published with something I really love doing and sharing.. Mwahaha!
When I grabbed a copy of the magazine, I opened the unpaid sealed magazine while I was still in the bookstore. Nyahehe! It might be too short but when I saw my testimonial published, para na akong kiti-kiti. Haha!
PS: Sorry for the blurred photos. Hehe!
September 9, 2010 – Jim Thompson, Bangkok, Thailand
Our brunch was in Jim Thompson House Restaurant. I ordered a spicy chicken meal garnished with healthy veggies.
September 9, 2010 – Suvarnabhumi Airport, Thailand
A wall art displayed in Suvarnabhumi Airport. With defined strokes of lines that depicts a scene of Thai culture, this wall art was just one of many artworks of Bangkok has to offer.
Bangkok had amazed me in diverse but imaginative ways.
September 9, 2010 – MBK Center, Bangkok, Thailand
Our first mall stop was in MBK Center. Also known as Mahboonkrong, MBK Center is the most visited and one of the largest shopping mall in Bangkok. It must be the first mall any shopper would think of visiting (as far as we’re discussing “tourism”).
I did a little ambush photography in MBK and it had left me with this foreigner looking at some displayed cellphone accessories.