Note: English is not my first language. Sometimes it feels more natural to me to write in English though.
Apologies for any mistakes.
14 hours of shaky train tracks and one more-or-less sleepless night are behind me.
I wasn’t too happy to meet this Bangkok city again – especially after falling in Love with Chiang Mai, which I just left behind to pursue my journey.
The silence of the early, nearly innocent morning made it a perfect welcome back in this vibrant city.I didn’t feel like a stranger, but more like a warmly welcomed visitor and began walking through the almost empty streets of the City of Angels.
I didn’t feel like a stranger, but more like a warmly welcomed visitor and began walking through the almost empty streets of the City of Angels
The rising heat and brightness of the sun made me remember the day I landed in Bangkok – 43 days ago. Although it feels like I’m here much longer, it seems like time and my life has slowed down massively. I could even say, time doesn’t matter anymore.
Every now and then I check the date on my phone so that I don’t lose track of time altogether.
It feels so good to feel free.