The sunshine. Now don’t get this confused with the heat because sometimes the blazing hot sun (I’m not rubbing it in) gets a little too hot (believe it or not). What I’m talking about is waking up most days to the sun shining, it makes me feel happy and more ready for the day I guess. I definitely do not miss having to get up for work on those cold winter mornings in England (you know the ones when you wake up to it still being dark outside and climbing out of the bed covers is so cold that you rush to put on the warmest clothes you can find). Yeah, I don’t miss that.
I feel like I’m much healthier in Thailand. You can buy fruit and vegetables everywhere here, there are hundreds of stalls and it’s so inexpensive. I think the temperature forces you to make healthy choices like drinking a lot of water for example. When it’s super hot outside what would you reach for a chocolate bar or a slice of melon? Exactly.
Thai people are so friendly, kind and helpful. They really are.
I’ve lost count of how many times a Thai has helped me out or just given me something for free just because. It’s definitely a pro being surrounded by such lovely people.
Being able to go out often. Yep going to a restaurant for dinner or making your way to a nice coffee shop is something you can do here, on a daily basis, because it’s not expensive. At all. Instagram lovers eat your heart out! I definitely socialise and get out of the house a lot more. I don’t just sit in front of the T.V watching soap after soap (after soap after soap).
Being able to go to places like this for a long weekend…
Need I say more?