I’ve always preferred to have the window seat. Sure you have to awkwardly shove your buns in the face of the stranger besides you when it’s your stop, but you get the best view, and you don’t have to worry about anyone putting their stankage in your face or stepping on your sexy shoes😂
One time on my way to work I had to awkwardly and quickly get up out of my seat on a quiet jam packed train and bump into all 3 of the salarymen and career woman besides me. I wish I had a paper bag to wear that day. I texted my boyfriend about my embarrassment of hitting everyone with my legs and bags and he called me an American football player 😂😂😂😂NFLさん he actually made me feel even more embarrassed 😬😳😰but I was laughing too hard to even care about how NOT comforting his words were🤣 Sorry!!!🙇♀️🙇♀️🙇♀️ #kyoto#japan#mountains#train#trainride#country#travel
Founded in 648 AD Lopburi but inhabitanted for 4000 years. Took some train trips to some ancient cities North of Bangkok yesterday. My first ever experience with #ancientruins I love this kind of stuff, learning the history, the culture, the story of places like this. And I've seen it. Was called Lavo 648 AD founded by a prince from present day Pakistan. Was a part of the Khmer Empire (based in Cambodia) as an important city circa 900-1300. Absorbed by Ayutthaya Empire around 1400, now a Thai town. . Views from train probably similar to how landscape looked thousands of years ago during these times. In images are Khmer style temples and also 1600s buildings during Ayutthaya times for foreign (French and Persian mostly) traders and embassy. .
We are so excited for our annual trip to ride the Polar Express. We spend about 8 hours on the road to get there and back, but it. Is. Worth. It. Micah has been telling us he loves all of us the entire ride up, until he gave in to a nap. 😉