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I’ve been looking forward to writing this post for two reasons.
Number one. WORKAWAY is a great way to travel on a budget as long as you don’t mind maybe getting your hands dirty. This was my first time doing WORKAWAY, even though I have done WWOOFing and volunteering in the past.
And two. I was lucky enough to have amazing hosts in an incredibly beautiful part of Italy. After emailing each other for what seemed like an eternity, I finally got to experience my first WORKAWAY stay @BORGO PETROIO.
Yes, I was blessed to be heading off on another month away in the land of smiles, Thailand. As well as getting my first chance to visit Cambodia. Escaping our cold winter here in New Zealand is always high on my priority list!
Flying into Bangkok was exciting as I was looking forward to spending a couple of days in Thailand’s capital. I seem to use this bustling city as my base while transiting or traveling through Thailand.
Some people can’t wait to get out of this crazy place, but now I don’t mind spending a few days acclimatizing and organizing where I’m heading to next.
Hi & Kia Ora,
Well I’m lucky enough to be heading back off to Thailand on the 30th of July and will be fitting in a bit of volunteer work while I’m there. So I thought I write a post about my last volunteer experience when I was in Thailand, now two years ago.
I was planning on doing some sort of volunteer work in Thailand so I looked up various web sites which have links to different organisations. The site I ended up using was; Volunteer Work, Thailand
Kia Ora and welcome,
I'm Gina from beautiful New Zealand.
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