Back to Hua Hin,

For those of you who travel know,

traveling is not for the faint of heart.

Being on time, catching a Tuk Tuk, a taxi, a bus, a train, a plane.

Traveling with just your carry on luggage,

don't forget your passport, your visa, your wallet,

small amounts of money in that countries currency

your cell phone chargers...

If you are in another country, sometimes there is a language barrier,

often different customs and manners

are used.

I find you need to travel with an open mind.

We travel because we don't want to see the same scenery,

customs, people and food we enjoy at home.

That being said, coming back to Thailand from Malaysia

was like coming home.

It just feels so good here.

In spite of the torrential rain we have had these past few days,

the flooding devastation south of us,

we are safe and dry.

Sunny days are ahead.

I was even able to get in a beach walk.


Of course, we always see the dreaded jelly fish stranded on the beach.

Their venom has such a wallop!

I am not sure if even the sea gulls will eat them?

But apparently,

Leatherback Turtles do!!



Log Cabin Studio said...

Watch out for those jellyfish !!
So glad that you are enjoying where you are at.

Christa said...

Happy to hear you are back and not affected by the flooding. Love your photos ... so different from our climate. We just got another 7 inches of snow ... oh happy days for me playing outside. Enjoy your white sand sweetie I know how much you love it. xoxo !!!

Winifred said...

Love the photos.

You're right travelling is not for the faint hearted. It can be frustrating, nerve wracking and expensive but it can also be exhilarating, enlightening & just downright lovely.