If green isn't your color, Thailand isn't your country.
I've loved experiencing Thailand through the lens of our teenagers, filled with wonder and awe. There is so much to see, if we simply take a moment to notice what's around.
Here's a quick exercise for you... Close your eyes. Imagine what the world around you looks like. Ponder every detail, every inch of scenery. All you can see and hear and smell. Breathe deeply. Then open your eyes. Focus on the furthest horizon. Slowly move your gaze closer and closer. Again, take notice of the intricacies of all that's in sight. What did you miss? What have you taken for granted? Be still, and stand in awe. Now, take a moment to appreciate all that's there which you didn't even imagine--all the "more" that was there all along.
This practice applies to places we've never been, places we visit, places we call home, even the people we do life with. There's always more there than we remember--more than we could ever recall. So, look for the more. Don't settle for what you think you know. Strive to find the more in people, in places, in everything you set your mind to. Do this, and I promise, you won't be disappointed.