📍Bangkok 🇹🇭 | probably planning my next vacation...
I took many photos of the #dogsoflijiang but this little one sleepily standing guard is one of my favorites 🐶
Some beautiful appetizers from our last meal in Mexico City @azulcondesa 🌺
When skies are grey get you a... wall? that is blue 💙
I want a dress made out of these colors / patterns 😍
Throwback to when we stopped to smell the flowers in Mexico City 🌺🌼🌷🌻🌸
Love this all-pink everything store in Bangkok 😍
Ichigo milk anmitsu with swirled matcha and charcoal ice cream. I've never had charcoal ice cream before and now I'm sold. Can't wait for charcoal to kill matcha's trendy food reign 😛
vaporwave vibes in vietnam
A cute little overgrown garden on the side of the temple.
dora the explorer vibes
Eating Pho for breakfast in Vietnam, like you do. I love all the fresh herbs and veggies in Vietnamese cuisine - it's a nice reprieve from all the sugary Thai food I've been eating!
Yesterday we visited Mỹ Sơn sanctuary, a collection of ancient Hindu structures in Vietnam that were only discovered in the late 1800s. During the Vietnam War the U.S. bombed the site destroying 50+ of the original 71 structures. There are bomb craters all over the site, which fill with rainwater and turn into little ponds. ➡️ Swipe for more photos.
This is my second time in Vietnam and every time I am confronted with the reality and the aftermath of war. Which is something that I have the privilege of not experiencing in America, despite my country being involved in so many of them. Visiting Mỹ Sơn also made me think of Aleppo - I can imagine decades from now when there's peace, tourists will visit the town's historical ruins and similarly think "how could they be so careless?". So many lives lost and history erased.
As this trash fire of a year comes to a close, here's to keeping perspective, being kinder to each other, and not taking life (ours and other's) for granted. 🙏