Aerogers' Guestbook



10th December 2009

Hungry has a pal!
Christchurch looks like a great city and New Zealand sounds as if it is the kind of place - if you have to live somewhere - would be perfect. Glad you are having so many great experiences - Hungry looks happy now that he has some friends of his own (HAHA) - Hope to hear you found the perfect car! Take Care and be careful on the hills, curves, mountains, fog, rain, sheep, penguins, kiwis and so forth and so forth!
10th December 2009

I literally scream in excitement for you only to realize a sentence later that yeah, you had me totally fooled. Hungry must be so happy! We have truely loved every posting. It really is like reading a book about travel and we just can't put it down. Keep them coming!
7th December 2009

Nice hair!
I knew instantly when I read the title of this post - *gasp!* Jeremy got a haircut! :o) You both look great and very happy. Thanks for keeping us so updated on how your trip through Asia was - it was so interesting and lively, I really enjoyed reading every post, and the pictures are stupendous. Hope everything goes well with your home, your car, and your jobs - and enjoy your experience in your new home!
7th December 2009

hair cut
Both of your hair cuts, look very nice.
7th December 2009

You guys looks BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!:>
4th December 2009

Well, we're even
I hope you and Jeremy are finding Sydney and Oz as magnificent as I did when I was there in January 2006. I absolutely LOVED it and would kill to go back. If you get a chance, go to the Sydney Aquarium, it was very good, and the Naval History Museum is right next door to it... well almost. Great stuff. Miss you guys, and hope you're having a blast!
4th December 2009

Thanks!
Thanks for the clarification, Dave. I agree that things are highly exaggerated (even on the touristy T-shirts and such), but compared to other places, it is still quite a strict society, you have to admit. But wonderful. We loved it, even if you can get caned for vandalism!
4th December 2009

Misconceptions
Contrary to what you think, we don't put drug traffickers to death straightaway in a summary execution. They will be put on public trial and be allowed to defend themselves first. And no, chewing gum is not punishable by caning or fines! Many Singaporeans chew gum bought from Malaysia. This misconception stems from Michael Fay being caned, but that was for vandalism, not gum. Only the importing of gum is banned. But thanks for enjoying my country anyway!
2nd December 2009

We HAVE a winner!
Ding Ding Ding! Obviously you love Johnny Depp as much as I do! Ha!
1st December 2009

Movie Trivia
Pirates of the Caribbean?
28th November 2009

I know!!
I know, right? Cambodia probably would've made my "Top 10 places I NEVER see myself visiting" list ha ha!! It's extraordinary here; I would recommend it to anyone!!
27th November 2009

You forgot stunning
You forgot "stunning" in the title. I am amazed, aghast, astounded. I have put Cambodia on the top of my list, and it had never even been on my list. Wow!
27th November 2009

love all the travel news
We can' t tell you guys how much we love reading about your adventures....it gives us a much needed trip without ever leaving the farm......keep them coming and try not to get arrested!
26th November 2009

Hungry
I'm Hungry for Hungry - he sure is a cutie pie. I will be in Siem Reap on Saturday - maybe I'll see him around. Keep having a great trip and keep off those bloody walls!!
26th November 2009

Haircut for the mug shot?
Great stories!!! Jeremy, it looks like your going to need to visit the local Singapore Cost Cutter's for a haircut before your next mug shot. Looking forward to more on your adventures! Love you, --Uncle Steve--
25th November 2009

Hi Deb
Hi Deb, Hungry is the mascot from our "Weight Watchers" diet program in the states. They feature him in really cute commercials and advertisements. I just think he's adorable and we got him to be our comic relief for our blog.
25th November 2009

Hungry
Why is Hungry called Hungry?
25th November 2009

I agree!
Lol, it was a regular toilet like we have at home. Apparently some people have tried to stand on the rim and squat. I don't think that would work too well...and yes!! The carvings and temples are just amazing. Just goes to show what man is capable of creating!
25th November 2009

So what kind of toilet was it- squat or sit ??? Im never really interested in man made things, but all those carvings must have taken a long time. And I think about the people who made them and how long it took and what their lives were like. Pretty cool, actually.
25th November 2009

saigon
funny thing,the game of cricket is very popular in Jamaica.
25th November 2009

life on the road
you guys are very brave.enjoyed the photos.keep them coming
24th November 2009

Fantastic Voyage
Hi Jeremy and Amy, It is really exciting to see the many see the many different sites that you have been to. It surely make's feel like we are right there along with both of you. We know that it is a venture of a lifetime, so continue to enjoy that free spirit, but do so with caution. We love you both, and keep sending those pictures.
24th November 2009

So amazing
This is so amazing. The detail, the legend and not to mention how beautiful it is there. And you are correct; for a second you forget your not in Florida. Thanks for the great blog and pictures. Be safe and take care.
24th November 2009

Wow, what an amazing place! I’m so glad the two of you took this opportunity! Reading your blog and seeing Jeremy’s “transformation” I finely realized who he’s starting to look like; Shaggy from Scooby Doo!
24th November 2009

You'll love it!
Hi Skibum1, you'll love Hanoi! The gelato place is on the southwest corner of the big lake; the tapas bar is right by the cathedral. Have fun and enjoy some yummy food for us!!

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