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17th December 2009

Yes!!
Yes Karim, the toilets flush counter clockwise here. One day if we're really bored, we'll get some bright dye and give it a flush and take a video, just to satisfy everyone's curiosity! :-)
16th December 2009

Wow!
Your new home is gorgeous! JEALOUS!!! :o)
16th December 2009

toilets
toilets, Do they acctualy flush counter clockwise down there?!
15th December 2009

Aye!!!!! Miss You Both
I can't tell you how tlckled I am at reading finally some of these trip blogs. We think of you often and thank Jehovah that all is well. I forsee a #1 best seller . So let me know and I will manage things over here. Seriously. Life is still the same for us and family yet divided. Both you're folks are okay. take care and give a warm greeting to all you meet , Love ya.
15th December 2009

Wow!
Hi Rayleen!! How did you find our blog? :-) So nice to hear from you! Everyone is doing great thanks!! I'll add your email to our subscriber list so we can keep in touch. How is everyone in your family? Haven't seen you guys in ages...
15th December 2009

you traveling abroad does not surprise me at al
hi amy wow what an adventure...a adventure of a lifetime..enjoy every second..i have enjoyed the pictures and your writings..so glad you are enjoying the world jehovah created for us..he did give us something to see..and with much enjoyment//just wanted to say hi rayleen hows your dad and mom...
12th December 2009

Impressive!
We opted for an automatic as neither of us can drive stick and trying to learn on windy mountain roads sounded a little scary. Glad to hear it will get easier! :-) Miss you guys! Hope you get to come visit us next year.
12th December 2009

driving
About driving - you'll get used to the 'other' side of the road soon enough. I learned to drive a stick shift in Ireland and still want to shift with my left hand! Love your posts!
11th December 2009

New do's!!
Love the hair cuts!! You both look great and I know you feel better too. I love your blogs and pictures and all your adventures. Keep them coming. Hope all goes the way you want it to there in New Zealand. Will look forward to your continuing experiences.
11th December 2009

Response to Dave/anonymous
Hello, yes, I also am thrilled that the Khmer Rouge is thing of the past and that these people are no longer being killed or oppressed...with that said, however, I don't appreciate being exploited just because I'm a "rich" tourist and being followed around all day by kids screaming their lungs off at me for hours on end. There is no simple answer to it, and I didn't mean to sound condescending or disapproving in the blog. Merely stating observations and wishing the world could be a better and fairer place right now.
11th December 2009

the kids
about the beggar children--buy their bracelets anyway-don't act like a disapproving adult--act like a kid--go to their level and they will love it--I bought at least 50 bracelets--1$ for 10 big deal--brought them back to the states and sold them for $1 each with the story attached--people loved them. And above all remember what the Cambodian people have gone through--because of all that they are still a wonder ful people
11th December 2009

about the children--buy their bracelets--10 for a dollar-I bring them back to the US and sell them for 1$ each to adults who love to hear the story-I would love to see them in school also but be thankful the Khmer Rouge are not killing them anymore--if nothing else bring some snacks for them
10th December 2009

Hi, Great blog. Just wondered if you could give any info on the prices you paid for your drinks and meals in Singapore? Will be there this time next month! Thanks and have a great trip. Jonny
10th December 2009

wow stuf
those pick's are relly cool of you guys
10th December 2009

Welcome New Rogers Members
How adorable! I bet Hungry is happy to have siblings now. I think I can understand the Haka addition being a bird and with the history of the Maori, but what is the story with Rebel? Anyway they are just adorable. Welcome to the clan! Keep in touch. D
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?

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