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Saturday, 07 July 2007

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auntie

wonderful post. Looks incredibly lush.. but i guess hi temps and 100% humidity does lead to lushness.... Cute elephants, and you both look tres chic on them.

Glenna

Elephant riding? Love it! You guys have all the fun! It just makes me feel so boring to answer the question "What are you going to do today?" with "Going to the grocery, running by the gym, and then out to the movies with friends." Although, to the folks you've been hanging with, that might sound exotic. :-)

roboppy

That was awesome. The elephants and rafting and scary brige-ing and GIANT BUDDHA STATUE and all.

Auntie, that's true - it's the one benefit of the crazy weather. Glad you like our elephant chic; it's going to be the newest look!

Glenna, thank you - though half the fun of travel is coming home to familiar things.

Roboppy, you're a sweetie. Thank you!

RONW

from the bottom photo, it's just amazing how the Mon wooden bridge is even able to support, itself.

Jeanne

Gawwwwwd, elephant riding. You're braver than me! I get edgy on a tandem bicycle with my husband, so I suspect that an elephant trek may be right out of the question! Great post and great photos.

Boots in the Oven

The elephants do feel pretty secure - they're just so solid! I always feel like I'm about to fall over on a bicycle, too.

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