Nola Lee Kelsey Travel Articles

 
See Spot Live: The Dog Lovers’ Guide to Global Volunteer Work
See Spot Live: The Dog Lovers’ Guide to Global Volunteer Work Every year hundreds or thousands of us leave our dogs with family members, pet sitters and friends in order to heed the call of the open road. Leaving your children behind, no matter how many legs they have, is never easy. Yet, we go. For volunteer travelers, however, there may be some solace.
Global Voluntourism: You Want Me to Pay to do What?
Global Voluntourism: You Want Me to Pay to do What? Naysayers will likely be disgruntled by the notion of paid voluntourism for decades to come, but zoologist/travel writer Nola Lee Kelsey offers some food for thought for travelers who still have an open mind on the topic of paying to volunteer.
Thailand: No More Alcohol Sales to Those Under 25 – Thailand, SE Asia
Nola Lee Kelsey reports from Thailand. While there is still plenty to see and do in the Land of Smiles despite the crackdown, many foreign travelers may not be grinning quite as wide.
Chiang Mai, Thailand’s Temple of the Dogs – Thailand, SE Asia
Chiang Mai, Thailand’s Temple of the Dogs – Thailand, SE Asia To escape a drenching rain, Nola Lee Kelsey finds shelter in a gazebo housing three large Buddas and dogs - yes, you read that correctly, dogs.