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There are two weeks to go before the end of term; I have been dreading the approach of October for some time now. My friends would laugh and say that is because it my 50th birthday and remind me in their eyes at least that I’m getting old. Well OK, there might be a bit […]

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Teaching at Mahathai gave me something special, the students were very polite and I felt treated with respect in a good friend/teacher way. You are not only their teacher, you are also their friend. Being a teacher gave me self-confidence and a lot of fun, I really enjoyed it. I have loved being with all […]

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I have spent the last six months working at the Fr. Ray Foundation and it has truly changed my life. I feel so honoured to have had the opportunity to be part of such an amazing organisation. Throughout my stay in Pattaya I was able to work at the Drop-In Center, The Children’s Home, with […]

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Hi! My name is Peter, from Hungary . I feel lucky I spent more than a half a year here working with the babies, teaching disabled children and the orphans. I was a little bit scared when I came, thinking will I be good enough for this job because I never worked before as a […]

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