🌴 Feature Friday ☀️
Introducing @oneoceanaway_ - Patricia has lived in Spain, Sweden, Australia and Germany. She is an architect and now currently resides in Singapore! Patricia always leaves her belongings at friends’ places around the world, thinking she will go back to pick them up, but she no longer has a clue where she has left her clothes🙈
Patricia created her IG account last year for her wedding in order to have a hashtag and collect photos. After the honeymoon, she started posting photos of her incredible travels and became an addict! 🤪
Some of Patricia’s favorite destinations are Iceland, Oman, Namibia & Bali; and she’d love to visit the French Polynesia one day.
“It is important to love and be passionate about what you do, be consistent, post quality content, engage with your followers, and be active!”
Patricia is currently finishing up some new blog posts on how to grow organically on IG. So make sure to check those out!
Well, by now I’ve made it to the ancient city of Ayutthaya, the former capital of Thailand, which is littered with ancient Buddhist ruins and temples everywhere! Having a blast by myself cruising from site to site on a rented bike, drawing, meditating, drinking too many fruit juices and absorbing all the beautiful culture of this land! Love it when I can just travel for the fun of it, with no side jobs or responsibilities. #travelinglife#ayutthaya#ayutthayatrip#thailand#buddha#happy#travellingman#inspiration
Un piccolo scorcio sulle rovine storiche di Ayutthaya. Diventate ormai patrimonio dell’umanità.
Fu tra il 1351 e il 1767 la capitale del Regno di Ayutthaya, chiamato anche Siam, dal quale si sarebbe formato l'odierno Regno di Thailandia.
Thailand has been commonly known for its ruins and temples, and we know that they’re breathtaking, like compleeeeetely breakthtaking. But going deep into it, I realize how immensely these architectures have been preserved not just for tourism, but to uphold their beautiful culture.