Once a month we like to share a story we find really interesting from a volunteer’s blog. This month we share one from Pineapples + Papaya.
Morgan Kubishak, 130 YinD
But post-graduation/going away party in January, I decided that once I got to Thailand I would purchase postcards and actually send them in lieu of thank you cards, and general greetings. Although tourism accounts for more than 20 percent of the country’s GDP, I’ve had a hard time actually finding postcards to send. So I’ve decide to make my own. In a series I hope to continue, I present WITH LOVE, postcards from thailand. Postcards handmade by me for you, each inspired by a uniquely “Thai” experience, complete with a backstory, and full of love. If you receive a postcard read more about the image and aspects of Thai culture here. Enjoy!
Street Market Egg Rolls
Wat Jic Ra Ka
It’s Durian Season!
Spirit House for the Local God
Categories: Articles, PCV Portraits, Stories
This is so fantastic! Your friends and family are lucky to revive such cultural gems 🙂 priceless