A journey through South-East
Bangkok, November 9
'For life is holy and every
moment is precious' - Jack Kerouac wrote this sentence in
his novel 'on the road.'
And maybe it is the road that
helps to recognize these precious moments, that makes you
look at the world like a child again, with big curious eyes.
Not so much fascinated by the 'top-10-sights-to-see' but rather
by the tiny, perfect moments that take you by surprise.
Like buying pineapple slices
from a street vendour and eating them in the shade of an unnamed
tree. Fresh, sweet, juicy, cool pineapple. Or walking through
a small wat and seeing the monks in their orange robes sitting
in a temple. Listening to their chanting and loosing track
of time for a moment. Or the smile of another solo female
traveller from across the road. Like a small wave of warm
Feels so good to be here in
Thailand. Feels so good to be on the road again.
Part 2: The little places
travelogue is part of the subside travelzine