Sunday, September 4, 2016


The stars will remind us of the beauty in our struggles and we won't feel so lost anymore

Flashing back to a weekend well spent with my loved ones in Bangkok. We celebrated all the great things life has given us and just a huge amount of love I've received...of course with a lot of good food, movies, drinks, stories, laughs remembering good old days working at Disney World and my 360 days on the road exploring more than 50 cities, 12 countries, 3 continents - feeling small under starry night skies but so powerful to make changes.

If there's any place in this world that left a very special mark in my life, that'd be Bangkok. Last year when I was on a huge mission to create my own path, I started and eventually ended my adventure in Bangkok. I learnt the greatest thing travel has taught me is to let go. Some days you just have to live with the uncertainty, get comfortable being uncomfortable and it's totally OK to fail or lose..just as long as you promise yourself to get up, work hard, believe in how far you can go. In a culture that seeks quick results, we must learn the beauty of effort, patience and perseverance. Be strong, present and steadfast.

Those good old days I spent at my best friend's apartment, starring outside the window just watching the sunset while wondering where life's taking me next... I remember my heart said "you're going to better places. There's a great possibilities waiting somewhere behind buildings or sunset, just keep going, you're almost there sweetheart !"

...and I kept going. Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Laos, Vietnam, back to Bangkok for a little break -whenever I need mango sticky rice, thai tea, a lot of support and kind words from my sweethearts, then continue my journey again to Vietnam, Cambodia, with one last night bus to Bangkok before I moved on to a bigger adventure.  I was really lucky to get to experience the world, learn from every places I visited and always take a bit of inspiration from strangers I met. Still, wouldn't make it where I am now without your unconditional love... you all know who you are.

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