This side of the world is not the one we've explored the most. Not out of unwillingness. When Thailand came into our hearts, we decided to embrace the opportunity to experience this paradise. As soon as we landed in Bangkok, it was not two hours before we were dressed as bride and groom on a rooftop of a friend's house. Do you think, a friend? Thai? It is true. Another good side of this Honeymooners project, we get to reach the world.
In addition to having a huge heart, Maggie (@whoismaggs) shares with us the taste for photography. It was she who photographed us at sunset. Bangkok seemed to be at our feet, it was an unbelievable feeling.
In addition to the cosmopolitan city we also wanted to always remember the presence of a Thai temple in this our adventure. That is why at dawn the next day, we left dressed like the magnificent hotel The Siam (where in fact we used to shoot some photos, because it has a beautiful architecture).
We headed towards the marble temple, the Wat Benchamabophit. Delightful with the first rays of sunlight illuminating the golden and red carving of the temple so we live an unforgettable experience and experience.
But to think of Thailand without thinking about the paradise that is its beaches is to think incomplete. Not being able to choose one just to go, we started by Koh Samui, where at the Intercontinental Samui a whole scenario was prepared! It was like if a wedding was, to further embellish the place and our photos.
We took advantage of the sunset and all that scenery so that we could enjoy such a moment in our lives. The smell of the flowers, the emerald sea breeze and the sunset (which here is one of the most beautiful in the world), were a romanticism and beauty that we will never know how to thank.
From here we leave for Phuket. Photographing there? Yes! But on the high seas! On board a yacht. Wow ... The feeling of being able to capture that beauty and immensity is tremendous. Us, with the sun shining brightly, translated into unique photos and brilliant moments like we would never imagine living.
To Thailand, a see you soon! Very soon I hope.