Being alone while visiting turistic places? ✨ we are not used to wake up early just to get some good photos, specially when we are on vacation, but this time we decided to change the game! ☀️ it was really relaxing and quiet, but not for long. i’m not a huge fan of crowds. as travel becomes more and more popular and commonplace though, such tourist crowds seem to be the norm all over the world. walking down the street in many destinations requires a lot of focus in order to avoid bumping into strollers, lost tourists and group leaders that don’t seem to mind taking over the sidewalks. of course, i know i’m part of the problem too. i am indeed a tourist visiting these very same destinations.🕌 of course, we still loved these places. i’ve always been a strong believer that travel is about the mindset anyway, not the actual places we visit. ✨it really is possible to enjoy any country, city or village if we’re open to getting the most out of our experiences and we focus on the important stuff. for me, that focus has always been local interaction and local activity. 🙏🏼 what about you? which was the crowdiest place you have visited?🧐
The wat rong khun is a buddhist temple located outside the city of chiang rai in thailand. it is known as the white temple for the prevalence of white on the buildings and art pieces. ...
the exteriors are covered in white plaster, representing the purity of buddha, and glass inserts that symbolize his wisdom. #thailand#travel#travelthailand#travelphotography#pinoy#picoftheday#changrai