As most of you know, Steven Que is a die-hard traveler. I have been in love, am in love and will forever be in love with my first Love, GEOGRAPHY. It was quite unfortunate that I haven't pursued a College degree related to this Wonderful Field of Science because it is not so common here in the Philippines. Though I took up a career in Computer Science, my passion for Geography, Culture and everything that fall beside it never lingers.
So much for all this dramatic introductions, Let me talk about my Thailand Trip. It was the very first time that I will be travelling out of the country for more than a decade since my last trip to the United States when I was still so young. It was an added challenge since I am the one leading the Trip with my Cousin Judy and College Friend Ralph. It was almost the most exciting feeling I can ever remember throughout my Adolescent life. Though my longing for my Mommy never leaves my heart, I am sure she is very happy I'm starting to live my dream on circling the Globe and I know she is with me.
It was March 28th in the evening when we left Manila via Cebu Pacific Flight MNL-BKK leaving from Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3. I can still remember joking about my last trip before this one. I told myself "Dapat sa susunod kong trip, International na" And then the power of words proven it was quite real. I was bounding the International Gate and of to my Amazing Trip to Siam.
Me at NAIA 3 boarding gate bound to Bangkok
After almost four hours in the dark horizon, Our Pilot finally talked from the cockpit telling we just landed ourselves at Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok, Thailand. Even if I was quite sleepy from the trip, I was nearly into tears when I started opening the Windows and seeing all these Humongous Airplanes lining up the Gates along the Airport. I can even enumerate the name of the planes with just looking at the emblems and tails. When we finally got out, We breathed our very first Thai Air. I was super super excited.
Me and my Ate Judy at the Gates of Suvarnabhumi Airport
My Mom at Thailand :)
A Typical Thai 7 Eleven Store
The Spiciest Thing I have ever tasted! From 7 Eleven
I really can't believe I am not stepping on Philippine Land at that very moment. Walking on Foreign Streets at one in the morning. We felt very safe and was at awe to found out that there are almost thousands of 7-Eleven scattered along the City. I was continually near to tears the very first night we were there because as I have said earlier, I still can;t believe I'm living my dream. Stay tuned for my next post about our Adventure at Bangkok Day 1 :)
Never Stop Dreaming!