Recently, I visited Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.
The reason I decided on this travel is that I wanted to make a change in my life.
I think that we have to do something if we are getting bored of everyday life.
It’s exactly a turning point, so we say, a chance in disguise.
I’ve started feeling that I hadn’t gotten out of my comfort zone and my life had been stuck, these days.
So I decided to put one of my bucket list plans into action.
I couldn’t decide where I’d go easily, because every country has its unique appeals.
I’ve been thinking about what I wanted to do in this travel. It took several days.
My budget and time was limited.
Nevertheless, I didn’t want to compromise.
I’d rather enjoy nature and cultural heritage than shopping.
I like ethnic food.
I’d prefer to go abroad than in Japan, as I want to enjoy a different atmosphere than Japan.
I want to visit countries in the best season for visiting them.
As a result of lots of consideration, I picked Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.
Do you know why? I’ll show you the reasons below!
First of all, I like Vietnamese food. And, Vietnam is home to Halon bay, which is a World heritage site.
Second of all, I liked the atmosphere of Laos when I watched a movie on the internet. Besides, I thought that it’s rare to visit Laos as I’ve never met people who’ve visited Laos.
Finally, as for Cambodia, it’s definitely for Angkor wat!! It’s not only on my bucket list but also it’s in many people’s bucket lists.
Additinally, the price in South east asia is really cheap!
I chose these countries for these reasons.
After I decided, I made a plan and researched about the places.
However, I didn’t decide in detail. Because when I was traveling around the world two years ago, my plan was so tight that it made me exhausted.
I wanted it to be more flexible this time.
The main purpose of my travel isn’t to check off the list of famous sightseeing spots. It’s to enjoy the process rather than the destination.
I learned from my experience.
Anyway, the day came.
I went to the airport with a minimum of luggage.
It’s also what I learned from my world travel.
Have less to enjoy the journey.