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19th January 2013

I think a need to take a nap after reading from day 1 to day 10! My Christmas tree is still up, and I doubt it comes down today......Tommye- your description of each stiop makes me feel like I'm right there with you. I'm certain you're grat
eful I'm NOT! :-) (no 5pm pj;s for you)
19th January 2013

Sandy, would be delighted to help you set up a blog for Danube. Shall we do it late May when we get back to STL?
19th January 2013

No, walking is the only way. There are several on our trip who simply didn't go to level three, stopping at level two. Still one other stopped at level one, having seen everything up close but not wanting to tackle the stairs. This trip
is not for the faint of heart. There is one couple with us, both have canes. They are troopers but Angkor Wat was challenging for them. They know their limitations.
19th January 2013

How nice to see you on this side of the camera. Great photo! Travel agrees with you!!
From Blog: Tomb Raider
19th January 2013

Groucho Marx once said, "I shot an elephant in my pajamas. How he got in there I'll never know."
From Blog: Tomb Raider
19th January 2013

What a great pic... How do you manage to look so pretty on day16 of your trip?
From Blog: Tomb Raider
18th January 2013

I highly recommend reading a fictional account of the Khmer takeover. It is based on the true story of the author's life and is a very beautifully written story. It is called In the Shadow of the Banyan Tree. Available at Amazon and also
on Kindle. It may be in the top 10 books I have read in the recent past.
18th January 2013

Scrumptious in every respect. Has always been on my bucket list and remains high on the list from your report. BCF
18th January 2013

I feel I'm right with you thanks to your blog and pictures. Both are beautiful, informative, and reflective. Please take pictures of ornament, etc. Thanks. Marsha
18th January 2013

Are there other ways to the top if we don't walk up? Is it worth it if we don't get to the top? We are rethiking the tour since we have been reading your blog.
18th January 2013

What a spectacular photo. Am enjoying it all! Thanks Tommye!
18th January 2013

For the future, think about using Skype on your iPad and phones. Less expensive, great quality, convenient. We try not to fly business class on any American airlines because it does not hold a candle to foreign carriers - for food comfort
or service. Shameful. I took a hard look at my electronics and almost all no longer need converters, only plug adapters because they are international (battery chargers for cameras and Apple products). Less weight to worry about packing.
18th January 2013

For the overnight boat adventure, can you take your carry-on luggage, or should I think about something else entirely? We are on the 10/31/13 trip. I suspect it will be wrmer in Hanoi at the very beginning of November.
From Blog: Follow Your Star
17th January 2013

So interesting. The first thing I read on thr beach every morning. Will you help me set up a blog for our River Cruise this summer?
17th January 2013

"Because he is a Buddhist, he feels that in order for him to be happy, he had to let go of the anger he once felt and forgive the Khmer Rouge for their transgressions." This is at the heart of John Lennon's Imagine. As we let go we find p
eace for ourselves, which we can then experience with all people. Read more: http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog-entries/spoonball/5/1358344082/tpod.html#ixzz2IC9k39Xd
17th January 2013

You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one.
16th January 2013

Loving every photo and narrative. Suzzi biked for a week through wet VietNam one holiday. She loved Cambodia! Always the children are beautiful. She brought back a lotus leave scarf/shawl. If someone shows it to you, it is quite beautiful a
nd soft and amazing. Thank you for sharing. N
16th January 2013

I look forward to reading your blog everyday. Sometime I would like to see your complete set of pictures. Keep the info coming.
15th January 2013

Interesting how developing countries struggle to improve. Thankfully, those unable to find employment do not find their families starving. As you say, we are so fortunate to live in America. Love all your discriptions and comments.
13th January 2013

Thank-you for taking your time to post such interesting and valuable information about your adventure. I've enjoyed reading it!!
13th January 2013

Wow, we can't tell u how much we r enjoying reading your trip journal. Fascinating times u r having and the photos are also very interesting and descriptive to what u r experiencing. Pat @ Larry Russell.
13th January 2013

I'm surprised after seeing the Chu Chi Tunnels, Patrick didn't drink a few of those vodka and cokes. I know we did!!
13th January 2013

The photos and the commentary are just great! Really enjoying following along!
13th January 2013

Sounds like it has not been homogenized. Really well written and interesting.
13th January 2013

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