Andaman Discoveries Blog

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

 

Share YOUR Story

Andaman Discoveries relies on people like you to assist us in contributing to cultural understanding and the livelihood of villagers. If you’ve already participated in our programs, what made you travel with Andaman Discoveries?

As you reflect on your time in Southern Thailand, other than still being able to taste the flavorful feast of fresh curries, vegetables, fruits and seafood, what are the other memories that resonate? As you gained understanding of another culture, did you do something that another person would find helpful, informative or perhaps entertaining?

We’d like to include personal stories on our blog and newsletter from guests who’ve seen Andaman Discoveries’ programs in action. Whether your memory is of a village homestay, an island tour to Koh Ra Ecolodge, an adventure to the Kuraburi dam or nearby waterfall, dining in Kuraburi at Cucina Andaburi or the area markets – we want to hear from you.

Please e-mail your first-hand stories to info[at]andamandiscoveries.com.

Have you seen a post on the Andaman Discoveries’ blog or newsletter that sparked your interest? We welcome comments on our blog and newsletter. Don’t be shy – share your thoughts.

Other travelers planning a trip to Thailand can benefit from your experiences. We've found that posting on forums is one of the best ways to share the Andaman Discoveries’ story. If you have time, some great Web sites to write about your experiences to share with others include:

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Oh! I have wonderful story, how I visit Thailand. We were together with my wife in Chiang Mai. Before our arriving in country I booked a hotel, and find company where I may rent the motorcycle for us. Good one for me seems a Cat Motors company http://catmotors.net/mae-hong-son-loop/. They may offer to me many of interesting routes for trip, couple of them, we used for us. We saw big Mok Fa Waterfall, after we went to Erotic Garden, some specific place, but we were like it!:) I may tell a lot of stories from Thailand, but its better to visit, than read.
 
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