Volunteer Positive Reports From Field -- Chiang Mai, Thailand (Regularly Updated)
A small group of travelers made history in January 2012: They became the inaugural team of people living with HIV to serve openly as international volunteers as part of Volunteer Positive -- an international service agency created by and for people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS. Many of the organization's volunteers share their stories and experiences in this blog.
From Volunteer Positive
On Board the 2012 HIV Cruise Retreat: A Blog Entry by Mark S. King (November 7, 2012)
Along the way, there were games, shore excursions and even budding romances. The protective walls that often surround those of us living with HIV came crumbling down, replaced with new relationships, email addresses and phone numbers.
Took My Chance: A Blog Entry by ScotCharles (March 10, 2011)
"I have become comfortable with the future while living in the moment. I plant bulbs in winter to bloom in the spring. I plan trips I may not be able to take while I enjoy my cat that is prowling round my keyboard as I write."
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