Andaman Discoveries Blog

Friday, October 30, 2009


Life’s a Clean Beach

UK Family Supports Environmental Effort

Andaman Discoveries and the village of Ban Talae Nok are extremely grateful to the Hannah Family (UK). Shortly after their recent village homestay, this benevolent family of four donated 10,000 Thai Baht (about $290) to the Ban Talae Nok Youth Group to support a regular beach clean-up effort. “We had such a fab stay at the village and thoroughly enjoyed the relatively unspoilt beauty of the coast there. We believe it would be a good thing, for everybody, if the beach was kept free of rubbish,” said Susan Hannah.

Every two months the youth – armed with gloves and trash bags – will work their way down the beach picking up shoes, bottles, and plastic. The funding will also supply them with drinks and snacks. “Through just a little effort a few times a year, Ban Talae Nok will keep its stunning beach,” added Susan Hannah. “The Hannah family’s generosity reinforces the importance of keeping our beach clean and litter free,” noted an appreciative Ladda “Pink” Aharn, community coordinator in Ban Talae Nok.

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Life is a clean beach. I love this title. Please do somethings for our clean beach. Thanks for your blog.
This is very correct! It is better to be in a clean city, than in a dirty. Having visited Chiang Mai several times, I saw that this city is quite clean. And this means, that the people who live there, and tourists follow its purity. I visit Chang Mai in my job. Every time for my convenience I rent a scooter in the company Cat Motors, they also provide insurance I always use this, because my life is dear to me, and on the road can be different situations.
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