Bangrak Fire Station, Bangkok

It's been awhile since I wrote in my blog. Lately i've just been posting photos and leaving it at that. I've been in Bangkok for about a week now. Since then a lot has happened. On 17 August 2015, a bombing took place inside the Erawan Shrine at the Ratchaprasong intersection in Pathum Wan District, Bangkok, Thailand, killing 20 people and injuring 125. The bomb site was actually around 15-20 minutes away from my hostel (whew). Today I finally got the chance to work out. It's been awhile. Back at home I try to work out or play basketball at least 4 times a week. Since i've been traveling I haven't done any. After working out I showered and went downstairs to meet up with one of the hostel workers Bee. We went to explore the Bangkok Fire Station that was a 15 minute walk from our hostel. When we arrived there was a scene of a lot of photographers and models shooting inside. There were also groups of students who looked like they were shooting class photos. The vibe was great, it seemed to have been abandoned but there were people living inside. Here are some photos of our adventures from today.