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1. Posted by danalasta (Travel Guru 519 posts) 11y

Hi folks,

Unlike the Russet potato which is "born to be fried", I look at myself as "born to travel",and for the past 40 years I have been travelling, and travelling - first in the course of my job as a journalist, and now as a media consultant for UNDP-GEF Funded Project. Since nature, conservation & environment are very much in my blood, I suppose my travels are all linked to these interests...the most recent sojourn was a 3 week backpacking to Cambodia, Laos & northeastern Thailand - almost a re-run of my trip 2 years ago...My next trip will be to fly into Phnom Penh, and then get to Ho Chi Minh city by road/boat, and travel up north, and cross over to Savannakhet and into Thailand...With that my 2 year obsession to complete the whole of Laos, Cambodia and Thailand will be fulfilled...and after that my eyes are set on Myanmar.

What have i learnt from my travels so far? Hmmm...Better understanding of humanity!

So guys, maybe u have similar passion...so feel free to be in touch.

Chiao, Ar Khun, Sabaidee, Terima Kasih, Nandree,

2. Posted by samsara_ (Travel Guru 5353 posts) 11y

Hi Dana,

Welcome to TP :)

I'm sure you will be able to give a lot of help to people here.

;)
Ev

3. Posted by cikusang (Respected Member 1361 posts) 10y

Hi Dana,

Welcome to TP! Your exposure to the world would be of great help to many of us!

Hope to see you arund here!
Lee

4. Posted by Cupcake (Travel Guru 8468 posts) 10y

Hello Dana!
Another warm Travellerspoint welcome to you!
Hope to see you around the forums!
:)

5. Posted by danalasta (Travel Guru 519 posts) 10y

Hi,

Thanks to you guys...a vibrant site like this, is a crucible for all...the wannabe travellers, and the enlightened ones as well. Do we represent the hope for a better world ?

:)

Keeping smiling!

dana