So what now? I know you don’t care. Nobody cares. Nobody knows me anyway. I just want to say that I’m back from Bangkok. I haven’t updated this blog for such a long time because I’m busy… Busy traveling and doing nothing. Taking photos and uploading it to my private Flickr account. Oh, nobody sees it because it’s private. I love my privacy and I love being private, that’s why I love myself and I love my life.
So what’s next? Now. I don’t know what to do. I don’t know if I’ll turn this blog into a not-so-personal blog, or just keep it personal. Nobody leaves a comment here and nobody even reads this post.
I think I’ll just leave this blog as a personal blog so that I can write whatever I want, whenever I want. This is the beauty of blogging. Blogging anything that I can think of. “Before and after the wicked link of such dreaded cone, that will be unusual and senseless throughout the day.” You know what that means? You don’t know? I don’t know either. I just read in somewhere in a sign board when I was walking Kanchanaburi.
So why the hell I’m in Kanchanaburi? Because I went to Bangkok and I’m so bored in Bangkok, that’s why I visited Kanchanaburi. Kanchanaburi is a small town in Thailand and it’s the capital of Kanchanaburi province. This province is famous in Jungle Trekking. If you saw posters of tourists riding elephants in Thailand, the picture is taken most probably in this province. There are other provinces in Thailand where you can trek the jungle via elephants, but Kanchanaburi is the most famous of them all.
That’s all that I wanna share for now. I hope Elephant Trekking will be one of the tourist highlights in the Philippines soon! Or Carabao trekking perhaps? Haha!