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"CURIOSITY WON'T KILL THIS KAT" 21 year old little miss who enjoys all things odd, peculiar and bizarre. Photographs, thoughts and words under the tabs are mine unless otherwise stated. Website Hit Counters
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Thoughts from a restless mind

I got lost yesterday, I found myself wandering around the streets of manila at night in the rain. It seems so picturesque right? A lonesome girl with her soaked jeans and peterpan collared self, wide eyed and puzzled on where should she start, turn, and walk to. Yet suddenly it dawned on me, i was a young 20 something in manila at night, alone. And it didnt seem a good plan after all.

It was all unplanned however as my primary means of transit decided to take a turn here and there thus providing me with an ultimatum to go down and explore a bit. It was there that i realized that my love for travel and traipsing along to whatever continental surface that Id come upon was undeniable, that it wasnt just a mere addiction to collecting those dated stamps that they give you when you arrive and leave their ports of entry and exit but that it was the excitement of uncertainty and mystique that these varied versions of wonderland promised where I found myself truly living .

Where characters and versions of myself that have been living in my mind alone come into fruition at some foreign place with acceptance and in the process it brings forth the most charged and invigorating splendor to the soul that one can experience in this lifetime.

A day in pictures
Chiang Mai, Thailand

   

 

   

       

         

 

 

   

   

  

 

If you could wake up one morning and do anything what would it be?—-TRAVEL! The thing with travelling is that your entire perspective of things take on a extreme shift, you view another culture differently, you get to appreciate and understand people more, and more importantly you let yourself take in a part of their own unique established world. Chiang Mai was full of surprises, its surround with multiple eccentricities and an undeniable spectrum of profound culture and colour! It was comforting to know that a place can take on change but at the same time remain true to what it has initially founded.

(Photo’s taken with my Point and Shoot Pentax RZ10 and not with some fancy shmancy overrated DSLR that everyone seems to wrap around their superfluous and pretentious neck; seriously the status quo thing needs to stop p.s. sorry for the rant)

Chiang Mai, Thailand. November 2011
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