i was really small when i travelled to a foreign country for the first time in my life with my mum. Sounds a bit weird since i live in a foreign country . But bangkok was different. Initially i was a kid and thought that id see some really posh place like us or uk where really posh famous people roam the streets. My assumption was due to my mothers usage of the word " foreign". So you can imagine what i felt when i landed there and looked outside to see it was the same as my home country! I felt cheated and was reluctant to get out of my hotel room just so that i could watch reruns of my favourite cartoons. But gradually i started loving to get out of my hotel room and checking out the different life bangkok had to offer. The people were friendy though there was always a language barrier between us and them ,their food was exotic and the shopping…MY GOD the shopping was amazing!!!! night market and weekend market were my favourites. My memories of the place are few but strong at the same time and i am looking forward to see this palce again very soon in my lifetime!!!over 4 years ago
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mumbaiiiiiiiiiiiiiii…my home town …my birth place…my love!
everything about this place is extreme. the food is awesome . The life is awesome. The people are awesome [although there are the many lechers which any city has]. ok cleanliness is a major no no. but with a city this huge and a population that exceeds its limit what do you expect ? regardless this place has life, flavour, warmth and a lot of fuzzy things that make you love it. maybe an outsider would be disgusted by what it has to show. but if you really explore india it will steal your heart away bit by bit.
tokyo and korea are the 2 places ive been fascinated solely because of the glitterati image the media a.k.a mangas, manhwas and dramas present. i have always felt that the girls in tokyo really know how to kick ass when they dress up. also i want to wear a yukata , speak that cute japanese language and also dare myself to eat sushi traditionally.
lets see how far that comes trueover 4 years ago