Kidnapped by Ray and Nok


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November 23rd 2010
Published: November 28th 2010
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Kidnapped by Ray and Nok “Hey Ray, how much does the room you booked us at your condo complex cost per night?” “I think between 500 and 600 bhat.” “Cool, and we’re driving to the famous floating market right now?” “Yep.” “How long does it take to get to the market?” “About an hour and a half.” “Wow. That’s a ways away. So if it’s an evening market rather than a d... Read Full Entry



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Wat Chaiwatthanaram

The security guard allowed us into this Wat after hours. We were the only ones. So cool!
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Floating lanterns for sale

These were everywhere. Handmade and for sale between $1-2.
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Loi Krathong

at night.



28th November 2010

Laura... you are your mother's daughter...
Thanks for the immediate thank you letter! Anyway, had a lovely memorial service last evening rfor Bubba with David, Laurel, Erik, Lori, Sharon's sister, Ysabel, Sharon and I; a good meal and a walk around Frederick. Thanks for the wonderful blog so we can follow your travels. This evening they will be having a short service with the Rabbi for Uncle Stern, and I am planning on plugging in via phone. Be safe and happy, Love, Uncle Alan
28th November 2010

Your Adventure
The two of your amaze us....what an adventure! When each of my three sons graduated from high school I took each one on a two week trip through Europe. No reservations, etc. We just "went and looked" until we were tired. That was a "cake walk" compared to your travels. I commend your decision to go and pray for your safety and well being. A once in a life time experience. Love, UT
28th November 2010

great diary
I so enjoyed reading about your travels. Keep it coming. So sorry I missed your special party at mom's and dad's. Hugs,gayle
2nd December 2010

Wow!
Lovely, fun, spiritual, educational, hunger-inducing! Thanks for sharing your fantastic experiences and beautiful photos! Can't wait to see Cambodia! Hugs, Karen and fam
16th January 2011

Still admiring your writing and your photos
The spontaneity of an unplanned weekend elsewhere adds to the adventure, I guess. Your writing speaks of how much you are enjoying your Asian swing --- from Korea to Thailand, then Cambodia? I'm off to your next blog. ;-)

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