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Inspired Curiosity

Thailand...  an image that used to invoke scenes of third world hustle of cheap booze, lady boys, tuk tuk's and fake Prada's... 
I had been to Bangkok once before on a layover to Israel when I was 17, where the airport was enough to sour any future plans of visiting again. Even passionate re counts from Saci - who had lived and loved Thailand - did not inspire any curiosity.
Im 2 days in and I have not felt this much lightness and serenity elsewhere...
We are staying with Sophie, who relocated to Koh Samui 2 months ago with her family. She ultimately convinced our travel to help her celebrate her 25th Birthday tomorrow..
Suffice to say, I am inspired, and I cannot wait to share what the next month brings

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