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A handful of favorite sites: – The web’s best spot for finding international volunteer/internship opportunities directly. – Learn about the Karen struggle at the site of Thailand Burma Border Consortium. – Keeping Karen language and culture strong. – “Participate in creating a better world, one couch at a time.” – Optimal source for Southeast Asia travel info.

The Thailand blog – See what I’m up to at Travelfish Thailand – 3 posts weekly from yours truly plus daily stories from writers based in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Ko Samui, Ko Tao and the Andaman coast. – The web’s best place to get answers about traveling in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka. – One of the best independent global travel forums on the web. – Solid site for global travel deals. – Still the most complete site for touring the world. – Solid resource for travel writing/photography and blogs. – Good site that stays on top of up-and-coming travel blogs. – The world’s best team of photographers for over 100 years. – Doing good (and fun) things in Bangkok. – Homegrown Bangkok area cooking, tours and more. – Off the beaten track tours of Asia. – Importing rare and fine Chinese teas to the US. – Out of New York City, farm-sourced fine teas from the East. – Outstanding food blog based out of Penang, Malaysia but spanning several countries in Asia. – Adventures in Bangkok street food. – An extensive collection of Thailand blogs; we especially like “Buddhism in Thailand”.

Tezza’s beaches and islands – Cutting edge travel info on islands of Thailand, Bali and beyond. – All about teaching ESL in Thailand. – Exhaustive (and cheeky) Thailand travel forums. – Good resource for exploring Buddhist sights and meditation centers throughout Asia. – The site of one of my favorite Thailand meditation temples, Wat Sanghathan in Nonthaburi. – The site of the late Ajahn Chah’s network of Thai forest monasteries. – Thousands of free downloadable Dharma talks from Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Massachusetts, USA.

Being with Dying – A blessing of end of life care resources from Roshi Joan Halifax of Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA. – The site of the Buddhist Society of Western Australia. – An expansive resource for the Pali Canon and other Buddhist writings. – A long running free portal for teachings of Theravada Buddhist masters. – The site of our local Burlington, Vermont Buddhist community. – Another good place to practice meditation in the Burlington, Vermont area.


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