GoThaiBeFree.com LGBT Microsite by Tourism Thailand

Author: , May 17th, 2012

GoThaiBeFree.com LGBT Microsite by Tourism Thailand  | GoThaiBeFree.com  |  After many month of joint work and collaboration with the Tourism Authority of Thailand, local hotels, tour operators and restaurants, and several visits to Thailand, which will always stay close and dear to my heart, I am happy and proud to share and announce, that the first ever official and fully dedicated Asian destination LGBT Microsite by a Tourism Board, is up and online. This shows the interest, respect and commitment of Thailand as a destination, toward the international Gay Travelers, in a true Buddhist spirit. You will find many of my photos and collaborations on the site, like one above on the main banner, of me seating contemplating Phranang Beach from my villa at the Rayavadee Resort in Krabi. Mai Pen Rai Thailand it has been a pleasure to work with you all along this six month, and thank you for trusting CarlosMeliaBlog.com and myself for this project – www.gothaibefree.com check it out. !!! your best source of information when planning your travel experience to Thailand. CM

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GPS Carlos Melia with one foot on the plane to Bangkok

Author: , October 22nd, 2011


GPS Carlos Melia with one foot on the plane to Bangkok
 |  Thailand  |  Just checked in at British Airways in Heathrow – London,  flight BA09 with final destination to Bangkok.  Only 11 hours away to a full month exploring Thailand and all its wonders. I will be covering and reviewing Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Pattaya, Krabi, Phuket, Koh Samui and Koh Phi Phi. Stay tuned for a full month of luxury, adventure, culture and tradition by carlosmeliablog.com.  Thank you everyone for the concern and comment regarding the floods in Thailand, I will know more about. Anyhow, I am beginning my trip to South East Asia, with this simple phrase which sums up life in Thailand and the attitude there in general – Mai Pen Rai –  which literally means “no worries” or “its nothing“. More tomorrow from Bangkok. CM

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