1. Took photos of people I met
So the next time I travel, I'll be sure to have a selfie with the people I meet! Haha! ;)
2. Packed lighter
3. Didn't worry too much about my tummy
How to??? It's call of nature and it's you and you against the world.. and against all odds! One thing I learned about this though is to just stop thinking about it, breathe deeply, and stay calm. And a practical tip is to do your thing every morning (as my mom would always advise, but I don't always follow it, lol).
4. Looked for cheaper money exchange rate
We just looked for the nearest open money exchanger and I had my money exchanged there even with the steep exchange rate. It was really half of my money!
5. Shot more videos
6. Explored more during the last 12 hours of our trip
I guess we were too tired that we just ate and slept at the airport. Occasionally, I'd check Facebook or Instagram.. and then I'd sleep again.
7. Brought a different power bank
The lady asked me what the power capacity of the power bank was but there was nothing written on the power bank itself. I told her that it was written on the packaging which I (obviously) didn't bring and wouldn't bring with me. So I had to leave my power bank in Bangkok! And would never ever get it back anymore.
I didn't even try to argue. Their country, their rules. Next time, I'll bring my Asus power bank because it has the power capacity written on its face, lol.
"You can never visit the same place twice. Each time, it's a different story. By the very act of coming back, you wipe out what came before." - The Last Little Blue Envelope, Maureen Johnson