If time & money weren’t an issue, where in the world would you travel to? 🤔 What activities would you do? Mine would be flying in a private jet ✈️ , staying in a villa in Santorini overlooking its endless sea🌊, and staring its gorgeous #blueandwhite architecture! Most importantly, I would eat endless amounts of GREEK FOOD!🌯 Blue & white is the color of Xiamen Airlines, one of my fav airlines! They now have a givaway event for you if you share your blue & white moment and tag just like I did. #flyxiamenair#blueandwhite#ad ...
We arrived to the Wat Suan Dok temple at sunset, and it was so magical to watch the sun go down behind these white pagodas! 🌄 These whitewashed pagodas are actually mausoleums, and even if they look so magical, there were only 3-4 other visitors during the time we spent there! ❀
In this platform you will only see the beautiful destinations, but you will have no idea how to get to those places. 🤔 Traveling is not only about good experiences, but experiences in general, and learning how to deal with challenging situations. During our time in Thailand was really challenging for us to WALK! 😂 In Europe we usually walk a lot when we take a trip, sometimes not using any transport at all. But in Thailand the urban planning is so bad, that the sidewalk for pedestrians is non-existent or too narrow, or full of plants or destroyed. So the pedestrians have to pass through an obstacle course to get to the destination 😟
What was the biggest obstacle you were facing in your last trip? Let us know in the comments! 👇
Wat Suan Dok (or White Temple of Chiang Mai) is one of the 200 temples of Chiang Mai, so don't be afraid of the crowds. It's magical at sunset, I think also at sunrise. 🌅 There is no entrance fee, you can just walk around the pagodas, although you have to pay 50 THB if you want to enter the temple as well.
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