Suvarnabhumi Airport, and also feels

I associate airports with feelings.




The last time I was outside the country, I was transitioning to a new job, and I was counting a couple hundred pesos before I become broke. It was also near the end of the year, and I was evaluating what I have done with it. There were a lot of feelings involved — especially I dealt with a very tough 2013.


Not that it matters, but in a few hours, I’ll be on a plane again towards another country I haven’t been to. It gets to me that I’m still excited no matter how common this place is among travelers in my country. I have lost sleep thinking about being in the airport with thousands of souls seeking refuge, whatever their reason is, and heading towards whether to certainty or oblivion.



And I guess I’ll never get over the necessary goodbyes an airport represents.

*Photos taken using an iPhone 5

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