Monday, April 23, 2018

The journey shall continue

I started this journey as a digital nomad about half a year ago. Best decision I ever made. This lifestyle is just so easy and it provides me continuous time to dedicate to my projects. In Chiang Mai I work everyday. About once a month I travel to a nearby city or country, where I put my laptop aside and connect with others and enjoy my surroundings.

Chiang Rai with Jason from London.

I am writing this blog entry in the Thai city of Chiang Rai which contains three notable Buddhist attractions that I explored with a spontaneous travel companion.

Wat Rong Khun in Chiang Rai, Thailand

Wat Rong Khun in Chiang Rai, Thailand

I felt a definite connection with the white temple "Wat Rong Khun". It suggests having to cross over hell in order to reach a more enlightened state. We can't have the good without the bad. I reacted from a relatively low point to attain an ongoing highest point ever, so I'm going to ride this out indefinitely. Life tends to have a way of turning sour quickly, but for now, this is pretty fucking sweet.. know what I mean?

Sand dunes in Mũi Né, Vietnam with Dominic from Montreal.

The journey shall continue. Onward to Bali Indonesia for a couple months followed by a long-term return to Vietnam as my home base.

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