My Peace Corps Travel Wish List
I know, I’m a total cliché, but can you blame me for wanting to see this…
Bali to be specific. It took creeping on a few other Peace Corps Volunteers photos for me to decide that it’s going to be necessary for me to take a trip there. It’s not that Thailand doesn’t already have ridiculously beautiful beaches, but then there’s this…
I can’t wait to visit this city. I’ve heard how different it is from Bangkok and I sincerely hope that’s true. Not sure when I’ll make the trip, but with one friend living in the city and another a few hours outside of it, I’ll be there on one of my school breaks.
Khao Yao National Park
One of Volunteers from the previous group told a friend of mine going to Khao Yao was one of her favorite things she’s done in Thailand. A little bit of hiking and getting to actually choose to be outdoors rather than by default living there will be really refreshing for a change as well.
Early next year I plan on making the trip to what will be the closest to America I’ll be getting culturally for the next two years, though I might not be allowed in if I keep making statements like that. Their attractive visa program and population are enough to want this nomad to hang up her backpack for a year there.
With this, I’m signing off and will be in the big city for the weekend, though I have no plan at all. What are you doing to me Thailand?!