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Life Before Work Tours

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I have been deciding between TruTravels, Life Before Work, and Rad Travel to join on a trip to Thailand. Has anyone had any experience with Life before work or any of these tours? LBW seems like a great tour but I haven't been able to find many reviews online other than tourradar. I guess my biggest concern is if that the tour is centered too much around partying and not enough about the Thailand culture. I am 28 and on the older end of their age range (18-30) and I am worried that I might be too old for this particular tour. I do still party (a lot) but I'd like to do more than just party while in Thailand. Any help would be appreciated! Also - please don't tell me not to do a tour. I'm a female and have never traveled alone so I would like to do a tour.

Thanks!

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