Greetings from Thailand!
I'm delighted this week to present to you the completed itinerary for our first Wheel & Anchor LiveAways program, happening in January 2022...just next door to where I am now!
For most Canadians, Thailand is a long ways away, and thus it isn't exactly top of mind when it comes to thinking about where to spend a chunk of time during the winter. In my mind, this makes Thailand - and particularly the sunny south of the country - an underrated destination...I think if more people knew how good it is here, they would make the trip 🙂
The islands in Thailand's south have long been a popular sun destination for Europeans, as they have considerably less of a journey to make to get here. To me this is yet another feature that makes it interesting as a place to spend some time - you get a diverse mix of people from all over the place, which makes for more interesting conversations over dinner or drinks.
Another perk of life here is the opportunity to explore the wellness culture, which is both excellent in terms of quality and comes at great value compared to what we get at home. You could get several massages a week for the price of one in Canada (you could even get one every day...), enjoy fresh coconuts and fruit every morning, and soak up some revitalizing vitamin D, as it rarely ever rains in this season here.
Perhaps I'm biased, as I have chosen to make this part of the world my home when I'm not hosting trips all over the rest of the world...or perhaps I know what I'm talking about 😉 If you're curious to find out more, please join us next week on Feb 4 for our launch webinar, where we'll go into more detail about how it all works and answer all of your questions. You can find the registration link in your newsletter, as well as a link to the full itinerary.
Lastly, stay tuned for our LiveAways: Madeira program which we'll be releasing shortly as well. This winter might be a write-off as far as travel is concerned, but that doesn't mean we should give up on next year. Stay warm, stay positive, and let's keep the dream of travel alive.