James Frazer Mann
Many people would argue that world travel changes a person in very positive ways, making their vision wider and their life more complete. The next best thing, or for people planning future trips is to read about other traveler’s eye opening experiences. James Frazer-Mann is doing his best to contribute in this exciting area, recently announcing the launch of his new travel blog focused on his recent experiences in South East Asia. Well written and with an eye to detail readers couldn’t be more excited about the new resource.
“I thought it would be great to document my experiences in South East Asia and see if I could deliver some value to others who wanted to go or simply learn more about these countries and their wonderful cultures and people,” commented the author. “I look forward to seeing the new blog grow and hearing what readers think about it. It’s really a pleasure to write about.”
According to Frazer-Mann, the Philippines and Thailand were two of the highlights of his travels. Both countries had their own unique benefits and things to enjoy, and even gave the author a chance to dedicate some of his time to volunteer work. In Bangkok, Frazer-Mann worked at the Pakkred Babies Home Orphanage, a place desperately in need of funding and assistance of all kinds. A life changing experience, it truly illustrates the differences between the East and West when it comes to the most disadvantaged people and the situations they are forced to live in and make it through.
Frazer-Mann also explored the beaches of Thailand, which are quite different than those of his own native UK. He shares thoughts on how to best enjoy a beach-focused resort vacation, giving valuable advice on where to stay and suggestions on how to avoid any potential annoyances.
Expect the new blog to be updated quite frequently. And it’s almost certain more trips are in James Frazer-Mann’s adventurous future as well.
“For once you have tasted flight you will walk the earth with your eyes turned skywards, for there you have been and there you will long to return.”
Leonardo da Vinci