Having spent most of my free time in the last few years exploring the UK and travelling back to Spain is giving my the opportunity to revisit previous trips, bring back memories, reedit photos and change the look of this little blog.
Thousands of travel guides, blogs and reviews have been written and posted about this destination and I am not going to bring anything new or better than any of them. I am not here to fabricate dream trips or tell that everything I see and do is lovely either, I might be too honest to be a real travel blogger.
On one hand, Thailand is a beautiful place, with wonderful temples, an impressive Royal Palace and plenty of things to do. But on the other hand, Thailand is too busy, spoilt, dirty, with below average food and shopping and it does not make you feel the magic of being in a completely different place on the other side of the world.
I am not going to say I do not recommed visiting Thailand because I firmly believe that you have to see things by yourself to form your own opinion, but I think it is the most clear example of what the tourism industry should not become.