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My Peace Corps service in Songkhla
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|By Jo Ann Couch Starker (22.214.171.124) on Wednesday, June 01, 2005 - 4:53 pm: Edit Post|
I was a volunteer in Songkhla from 1966-1968. This past week Walt, Stu, Songsri, Joyce and I spent some time in New Orleans catching up after 37 years. Both Joyce and Songsri have been back to Songkhla during the last decade and tell me that the sleepy little town on the ocean now stretches almost to Haadyai. The hotel on the beach was torn down and rebuilt. Jo