I know I’ve been absent for a couple of weeks.

For some reason, I still find it hard to get back on track after coming back from a certain trip.

But the reason for my absence is because my sister and I went to Bangkok, Thailand with a couple of our church friends.

It’s rare that we were allowed to go out of the country by ourselves so when that time comes, we are ecstatic! You know the feeling…

Anyway, since I’m back home, it’s time to get back to work and share everything we have done there.

We mostly shopped and dined there, tried out the different fruits that are definitely sweeter compared to the fruits we have here.

We also checked out some cool fabric stores in the area, which definitely made our head swirling because of all the materials you could choose from. And to top it all off, they were all so cheap!!

But one of the things that captured my admiration there were the dazzling city night lights that Bangkok has to offer.

I know there are tons of cities in the world that offer a more alluring sight.

But Bangkok, for me, has this unique vibe in it that simply stands out. Its quiet noise was soft in the ears. Not like the boisterous loud sounds that would hurt the eardrums. The people were friendly although most were foreigners, the locals were equally warm and hospitable enough. Despite the language barrier, I believe, these characteristics have been relevant to the growth of Bangkok.

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Regardless of the sweet fruits and cheap goods that I could get here, this is one of the cities that I look forward to seeing again.

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I'm Jena. I Blog at www.jenamaen.com with a specific focus on lifestyle blogging and how you can create a high-traffic blog sharing stuff about your life. My interest is in travel, lifestyle, and creative daily hacks. If not in front of the computer, I love reading, crocheting/knitting, and sewing!

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