I'm an American living and working in Bangkok Thailand. I will attempt to write about cool foreign travel stuff on this blog so that when cool foreign travel stuff happens to you you will think back to this blog and be all, "oh yeah, I remember that blog".Ask me anything you like. Submit
The great thing about sending a postcard is that, unlike email, you have no record of what and to whom you sent messages. In fact it’s very easy to forget that you’d sent anything at all. That being the case; one generally does not resent an un-returned message.
Then sometimes- jusssst sometimes- someone will write you back out of the blue to tell you that your handwritten note was a wonderful surprise and sincerely brightened their day.
That’s just like giving yourself a surprise gift.
Eve Ensler (via larmoyante)
Laos is the only country I’ve ever had to pay to leave.
Costs about $1 to cross by land.
No word on what the fee covers, where my receipt disappeared to or whether or not that was simply a side hustle by the man with the stamp in his hand.