This is: Bangkok

It’s the place I have called home for nearly three years. 


It is strong smells, loud noises, broken sidewalks, crowded trains, cockroaches big enough to carry you away, rats that will challenge you to a fight, crowded malls. 


It is also culinary adventures, the tastiest noodles for less than two dollars, instagrammable brunch, a new adventure every day, hipster cafes, humble, kind, afraid, open, a beautiful blend of the old and new, ancient temples, anonymous, affordable luxury. 


It is a place I love. 

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