From the chaos of Hanoi, we travelled to Halong bay, where we spent the night on a Junk boat.Then, we travelled via bus, boat and cable car to the Perfume Pagoda. The pictures here are set two of three for Vietnam, stay tuned.
Wednesday, October 31, 2007
Monday, October 29, 2007
Saturday, October 20, 2007
Wednesday, October 17, 2007
This blog is rated R. Children under 17 require an accompanying adult due to use of the words pain (8x), sex (5x), hurt (4x), drugs (3x) and ass (2x) and steal (2x). While I enjoy this rating, I'm concerned about the ratio of pain words to more fun ones. Aiming to please, I will work on this in future posts.
Sunday, October 14, 2007
Monday, October 8, 2007
This Saturday, twelve Canadians in Singapore got together for thanksgiving. Here are the challenges that were skillfully overcome:
Cranberries. These are North American and are generally only available as craisins. Cans were found in a crevasse at the bottom shelf of grocery store.
Turkey. This is not available unless the butcher happens to overhear you talking in Canadian French, in which case you can special order.
Saturday, October 6, 2007
Monday, October 1, 2007
I was going to do this post in Korean and make you translate, but Blogger is xenophobic. So here's what I said. And here's the translation from babelfish:
We Korean day were in the last week school. My Korean name is the [as shown]. My friends and I eat the Korean food absurdly and there was a fun. You who drink the bomb mixed the soju at pulse [beer] week and assuming me you learned. That time it throws the napkin which gets wet in the ceiling which it spreads out (or at your friend). Me it wears the traditional Korean dress with a rice shock [pounding] man from Belgium. The helpful and brilliant Koreans gave us tea. We promptly followed these instructions: