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  • 21 Mar0
    The Sound of Silence – Phang Nga Bay, on Board the “Suwan Macha”

    The Sound of Silence – Phang Nga Bay, on Board the “Suwan Macha”

    Post by chananya

    I have been to -and enjoyed- Phang Nga Bay before. It is one of the – if not the – most beautiful places in Thailand and when it comes to “natural wonders”, it sure is the “jewel in the crown”.

     
  • 14 Mar1
    Global Citizen Week (Part 2)

    Global Citizen Week (Part 2)

    Post by chananya

    Day two started out with an early morning and a walk to the Lahu Outpost; sounds simple enough except that the outpost is on top of a mountain.

     
  • 28 Feb0
    Hope Floats

    Hope Floats

    Post by chananya

    Ok; so I know the title is corny due to the fact that this is an article about a ship that sails around the world with a bookstore in it, with an overall program called Logos Hope. But I like it anyways.

     
  • 26 Feb0
    Global Citizens Week (Part 1)

    Global Citizens Week (Part 1)

    Post by chananya

    So it’s that time again. The time of year when I go up north with a bunch of teenagers and do some good. I get excited around this time.

     
  • 8 Feb0
    Petra’s Lisu Lodge Adventure

    Petra’s Lisu Lodge Adventure

    Post by guest blogger

    Petra O’Neill has a close encounter with an elephant, goes white water rafting and meets the locals while staying at Lisu Lodge

     
  • 23 Jan0
    The Chao Phraya: Easy Access To Sights and Sounds

    The Chao Phraya: Easy Access To Sights and Sounds

    Post by chananya

    Bangkok is notorious. Notorious for what? Up to you. Depends on what area of Bangkok you venture off to. Bangkok is infamous for… Same here. Fill in the next word as you wish. But with all the traffic, red lights, road side food stalls, mysterious deaths and cheap massages one area of Bangkok can be […]

     
  • 21 Jan0
    World School Adventures

    World School Adventures

    Post by guest blogger

    Written by: Amy Sztupovszky Amy is an unschooling mother of two on a Worldschool Adventure.  She and her family travel for six months a year, using travel as a way to help to educate their children.  Traveling slow with the little ones in tow, letting the world be their teacher!  Follow their adventures at worldschooladventures.com. […]