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Newsletter February 2015

Dear friends,

We've added quite a few new programs to our lineup already this year, but perhaps some of the most exciting are our Southeast Asia cooking vacations. They still combine our signature blend of authentic, intimate cooking experiences with thrilling excursions led by the locals, but they offer an experience quite unlike our European trips.

Adrian in Angkor"That part of the world has cultural and historical monuments as old and impressive as anything you'll find in Europe," our Travel Coordinator Adrian has said. But it's also, "Awesome, and exotic, and enormously impressive."

And I have to wholeheartedly agree. Not only do the cooking classes during our Cooking and Culture in Southeast Asia cooking vacation take place in a variety of locations and kitchens in Vietnam -- to fully appreciate the enormous variety and complex flavors in this part of the world -- you'll also see firsthand temple ruins, such as those at Ta Prohm, that are unlike anything else in the world! We're thrilled to be offering this trip to Vietnam and Cambodia, and we hope you're just as excited, too.

Riding elephants in ThailandWe've also recently added Taste of Thailand, which can be booked in conjunction with our Vietnam/Cambodia vacation, or on its own. This 4-night experience includes a tour of Bankgok, boat ride on Chao Phraya River, tour of Chiang Mai, and exploring the jungle, just to name a few of the many highlights.

But we're not done yet! Keep an eye on our website for a unique Mekong River cruise! This fascinating journey meanders through Vietnam and Cambodia with some amazing and beautiful scenery all along the way. Be the first to know about this trip, and all of our new offerings, by subscribing to our email newsletter.

Ready to start planning your trip? Feel free to contact us at any time.

Best,
Karen

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