/zen/ (verb) relaxed and not worrying about things that you cannot change.
Sometimes, what you need for a good vacation is a little zen. That’s why I went to Ubud (and also its surroundings, actually). It is the zen-est place out of all the places in Bali, and the good place to relax yourself whenever you’re tired with the beaches, the luxurious resorts, the party places and all those fancy restaurants.
Have we ever told you that as much as we’re photographers, we’re foodies at first? So you can imagine what we do throughout our stay in Bangkok: buying the street foods in the morning, exploring the temples by day, searching for more street foods by night! That makes us also feeling less guilty for eating too much food in the morning as the calories are burnt during the temple run session; as later in the evening we can do our street food run and re-fuel again!
According to Time Magazine, Bangkok is said to be the world’s no. 1 tourist destination. There’s many things to like from the city: from its shopping havens (going to the Chatuchak Market, anybody?), endless stream of street foods (we’ll cover this in a separate post) to all-night bar hopping. But wait, what about the temples? The city itself harbours hundreds of buddhist temples, why not visiting them? That calls for the real-life temple run, whoa.
Have you ever thought about having a 2 weeks holiday on the road? Driving along the scenic landscapes of mountains, cliffs, plains, lakes, forests.. while spending all the nights in the vehicle you’ve been driving all day? That may sound a bit too much, but if kind of idea intrigues you, then maybe New Zealand is the perfect holiday place for you! Continue Reading…
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