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Looking for travel companion for Thailand

I pay expenses

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Greetings fellow traveler: I am a experienced seasoned traveler. Male, 60s but in good shape, 5'6", 145lb., married/Partnered, Brown hair, blue eyes. Looking for a "thin" lady 18 to 50 to accompany me to Thailand this May. I pay for all your expenses. My wife cannot travel this year due to a back injury she received in Belize last year. She's fine now but doesn't think she can travel to Thailand again. She suggested I locate a travel companion on one of these travel sites. It's cool with her. The itinerary would go something like this........
I depart "Boston" on a flight that will arrive in Bangkok at around 1 pm for check in at the Ambassador hotel for one night. Great food at the hotel. Get the best foot massage in Thailand on Soi 11 in Bangkok. Next day depart Bangkok around noon and fly to Chiang Mai in the north. Pick up rental vehicle and check in to the Mercure hotel for a night maybe two. In the morning pick up some provisions at the supermarket next to the Mercure hotel, (Styrofoam cooler, beverages). Start our drive east to Lampang, Den Chai, Nan, Nago, all on rt. 1148. Continuing on to Chiang Rai and up to the Golden Triangle and back to Chaing Mai at the Marcure hotel for a couple more days. Visiting mountains, National parks, waterfalls, villages, elephants, people, culture, architect, wildlife, food, drink, trails, hiking, staying in quaint laid back hotels along the way. You would have to room with me. We'll talk. You can watch our travel videos at my website on You Tube. This is not just about me and my itinerary. You will be able to share in your interest and delights too. Please watch my travel videos on Thailand from You Tube. Just copy, cut and paste thank you.


Please don't reply if your just going to complain about me only looking for a date or some other useless information that has nothing to do with this blog post.

Posted by Maineart 09:42 Archived in USA Tagged waterfalls people food hotels culture thailand elephants driving chiang mai quaint Comments (0)

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