Day 286: Destiny: Hope for Victims of Trafficking

we see this daily

Six Hearts One Journey

I got brave and had my first haircut on the road since leaving Chicago almost exactly nine months ago. It happened in Chiang Rai, a beautiful city in Northern Thailand, close to the borders of Laos and Myanmar (the Golden Triangle).

Was I nervous that my hair dresser could not speak one word of English? Well…maybe a little. Did I feel any anxiety that one of the two ladies working on my hair was in training and a bit unsure of what to do. Yes!

Destiny Salon Haircut Destiny Salon Haircut

But it all turned out well in the end. The highlight of this haircut (aside from the fact that they did a terrific job) is that the Destiny Salon was created as a training salon for victims of trafficking, to offer them hope for the future.

Meeting at the Destiny Cafe Meeting at the Destiny Cafe

In addition to the Destiny Salon, the Destiny Cafe and Restaurant sits…

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