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... been kidnapped and held hostage here. "Hello", we say, " this is disgusting". They look at us, "there are bugs". " What do you mean there are bugs? Bugs that fly or bugs that crawl," I ask. I don't know why it makes a difference but for some reason I have to know. "Bugs that crawl", they reply, "we have been trying to kill them." Cody and I sit down thinking it won't be that bad. We see one pretty quickly. Its a small cockroach ...
... you the answers direction that you're
To Bev, Michael, & Sven, thanks so much for always shepherding us
along and for taking us under your wise wings. We always felt loved and
appreciated around you and hope our paths cross again in some other
future foreign country! :)
We've attached two of Lauren's recorded songs below and will let you
know when she has a "proper" recording of her album out. Thanks so ...
... UXOs, plane fragments and weapons from the war have been converted into everyday household items! The sad part is that people go searching for scrap metal and come across these bombs and they explode. One of the stories told was an interview with a mother after her 10 year old son was killed after searching for scrap metal and finding a bomb. He didn't die instantly after the bomb exploded, the real ...
Here I am, waiting for my taxi. It has been a great, pleasant journey. Three months have gone by pretty quickly. As you can imagine, there are still places that for some reason I was not able to visit this time. There is a good chance that I'll come back soon to Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam.
The journey is not only memorable for the places you visit, but also for sitting in the buses, planes and trains. The travelling itself from place to place. And not to forget, the people ...
... Halong Bay and Hanoi.
Kids are tired now and begged for KFC last night. After a nice greasy dose of KFC, there were three smiling faces. Paul, Scott and I found the local Bun Chao - pork and noodles dish in a little local restuarant and we weren't disappointed. For $200000 dong ($10) we had 3 bowls of Bun Chao, 2 beers and 2 waters.