Part Five: Anna and I flew from Chiang Mai over to the southern area of Thailand known as Krabi to check out Railay beach. We had a friend from Germany to join us for several days as well.
This is the Chronicles of The Deaf Wanderer going through Thailand.
What are all of those hypes being all about in Thailand? What is so attractive to those tourists and backpackers from all over the world? What has Thailand built as their major tourist infrastructure? Does Thailand truly have everything that a traveler would find appealing?
These are the questions that Chris Haulmark is trying to answer with these videos.
This vlog and the future vlogs will be hardcoded with subtitles for everyone who is not fluent in sign language. If you enjoyed this vlog, please share this video to those who are interested in traveling videos and being encouraged to travel. Thank you for watching.
And subscribe to this YouTube channel and stay tuned for more upcoming videos if you want to see more in the future.
PREFER TO SEE MY FACEBOOK PAGE?
Come and check the travelings at http://fb.me/deafwanderer and LIKE the page if you want to be notified of the future new posts!
See where Chris is: http://deafwanderer.com/where
Chris Haulmark has been a world traveler since March, 2015 and have already seen at least 27 countries to the date of this vlog. He has created video clips since the beginning and is just emerging as a new social media force to expose the perspective, that he sees through his Deaf eyes, to the public. He hopes to inspire the future Deaf travelers to see the wonderful and exciting world outside of their home countries. He also hopes to prove that a Deaf traveler can be as independent as any other travelers. His videos are to show everyone how it’s possible. All content, being posted here, are created and owned by Chris Haulmark unless otherwise stated in the content or the attached description. Visit The Deaf Wanderer Facebook page to see much more older and archived videos and other content.
SG Mission: to serve our viewers by providing reliable, valuable, and important Deaf community oriented information in every newcast.