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  • "Come Back, Come Back to Palawan, Philippines"The same motorcycle driver whom we hired for only P600.00 to take us around the Puerto Princesa (Iwahig, Crocodile Farm, RVM Racho de Sta. Monica) led us to a local travel agent office along Rizal St for booking a trip Posted by E. Sandalo in Travelling is Learning | Aug 24, 2008
  • Tanzania Safari Part IFlight to Tanania On our flight to Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania we saw Mount Kilimanjaro, the tallest mountain on the African continent. Sadly, Kilimanjaro's majestic snow cap is rapidly giving way to the powers of global warming. [img=https:// Posted by edcastaño in Francis & Edward, Taste of the World | Jun 12, 2008
  • putting down roots in aotearoalast sunday, sarah and i volunteered to plant trees on motutapu, a relatively old island connected to the relatively young island of rangitoto (the volcanic one we'd visited weeks before). motutapu used to be a thickly forested island, but the Posted by ctamler in Wenn schon, denn schon | Aug 19, 2008
  • Amman Oases So - in the summer, Amman can be an in-your-face the opinion of this suburban girl (ya know, actually I'm really more of a small town girl - Fairfax, c'mon). Some places here, Posted by jenofear in Jen's Blog | Aug 17, 2008
  • Dryandra Woodland Dryandra woodland is a conservation reserve 160km(100mi) south east of Perth Western Australia. Originally it was part of the local timber industry, the wandoo timbers are a go Posted by gnangarra in Dryandra Woodland | Aug 9, 2008
  • A Typical Village house in Rural MaharashtraThis is typical rural Maharashtra of our India. We had gone for a trekking trip near Igatpuri and on our way up had to cross this small village named ‘Baaichi-wadi’ meaning ‘Woman’s house’. The mud houses were vibrantly coloured and beautifully Posted by Kuku in Le Monde - Cuckoo's Eyeview | Aug 6, 2008
  • Teachers GardenOutside our apartments a teacher has started a garden which I refer to as the "Teachers Garden". This garden has a history although it has only a short life. The teacher saw this rock that he liked. He borrowed Posted by Bettinamc in The Adventures of Tai'an | Aug 2, 2008
  • Kemahang Tricentrinial CelebrationThere will be a tricentrinial celebration in Kemahang, the Center of Peninsular Malaysia along the month of December 2008. Let's participate in the 'camp in the wild' and explore the real virgin rainforest jungle. It's a once in a million Posted by world2asia in The Center of Peninsular Malaysia | Aug 1, 2008
  • A lazy sunday?Today 2 Canadians - Susan and Brock walked past our office looking for tourist information so we recommended Mae Top waterfall and introduced our project to them. They seemed to be really impressed with what we were trying to do Posted by mja1906 in Mae Sariang and beyond | Jul 6, 2008
  • Janjira goes soloToday we are letting Janjira take Julie and Vicky up to Kaew Komon cave, her fist ‘solo’ experience of being a tour guide. I am so proud of her! At the tender age of 13, a young girl from Posted by mja1906 in Mae Sariang and beyond | Jul 5, 2008
  • Another day, Another happy customerThis morning Pat got back from a 1 day trip up to the Lawa hilltribe villages with 2 tourists - Ralph and Brum. They happened to be walking past our office, Pat was sitting outside and started talking to Posted by mja1906 in Mae Sariang and beyond | Jun 30, 2008
  • Mae Tob waterfall outingToday we went to Mae Top waterfall again with 2 friends in town who are volunteer - Vicky from England who is here with VSO and Julie from Australia who is looking for NGO work here. Poor Vicky and Julie Posted by mja1906 in Mae Sariang and beyond | Jun 28, 2008
  • Janjira comes to stayAs part of this program we are also giving our younger students the chance to practice English by staying with Pat and myself in the weekends. This gives them the chance to practice daily conversation out of the classroom in Posted by mja1906 in Mae Sariang and beyond | Jun 26, 2008
  • Guyana (the last one)I should point out that the bite was from a mosquito and for some reason my left hand has decided it likes to swell up quite dramatically when bitten, but it went down over the following 48 hours or so Posted by gt248 in Guyana, China, Mongolia and Russia | Jul 12, 2008
  • Lamma Island. Lamma Island is just a 40 minute ferry ride from central Hong Kong and tends to be a favorite among locals and expats alike. It is known for its no car policy and bohemian atmosphere, not to mention the best Posted by Pamelieux in Asia Adventure 08 | Jul 6, 2008
  • GuyanaElvon our guide showed up again to accompany us to Iwokrama (A Rainforest Conservation and Development Area of nearly one million acres). As we'd lost time at shell beach we opted to take a minibus there rather than wait Posted by gt248 in Guyana, China, Mongolia and Russia | Jul 8, 2008
  • First steps in Local Youth Tour Guide Training ProgramThis was the first step in our local youth tour guide training program. Part of the program involves giving our students hands-on work experience by accompanying us on trips and tours. As Pat and myself are still relative Posted by mja1906 in Mae Sariang and beyond | Jun 20, 2008
  • The first monthSo to catch up on the month that I’ve spent here so far. I have been- On a 7 day trip with Pat’s good friends – Peter, Herma and Stefan from the Netherlands On a 2 day trip with some Posted by mja1906 in Mae Sariang and beyond | Jun 19, 2008
  • Dragons BackThis holiday we Posted by Pamelieux in Asia Adventure 08 | Jul 1, 2008
  • Mae Sariang townOur project and office is based in Mae Sariang town, Mae Hong Son province, Northern Thailand. Mae Sariang is a small town and often overlooked on the tourist route. Neighbouring areas are much more touristy, partly because there’s not Posted by mja1906 in Mae Sariang and beyond | Jul 4, 2008
  • The Journey Begins.........Ok, so I decided to write a blog something I never thought I would do as it’s not really me, but I guess time calls for change. Due to my recent ‘relocation’ to Northern Thailand I figured it’s the best Posted by mja1906 in Mae Sariang and beyond | Jun 19, 2008
  • GuyanaWhen I said I'd survived the jungle with minimal bites last week, I may have been celebrating a tad early. Turns out the beach where we were headed was a thin strip of sand separating the jungle from the Posted by gt248 in Guyana, China, Mongolia and Russia | Jun 28, 2008
  • DilemmasWell, I have been traveling for a couple of months in South America and although the issue of ethical travel is always on my mind, the prevelant poverty in Bolivia has made me think harder about this. It`s hard Posted by ChumyChloe in In Bolivia..... | Jun 27, 2008
  • GuyanaWe made it to Guyana ok. For those who don't know anything about Guyana here's a brief introduction: It was a British Colony until 1966 and so everyone speaks English (but we are still struggling to understand what people say Posted by gt248 in Guyana, China, Mongolia and Russia | Jun 21, 2008
  • Oriental Travel Oriental Travel 19/F Keen Hung Commercial Building 80 Queens Road East, Wanchai HK The office where I work is very small and consists of 4 people plus me. The owner Mr. Ngai who I Posted by Pamelieux in Asia Adventure 08 | Jun 18, 2008
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