Sunday, July 29, 2007

Cambodia to Vietnam


more momentshowing. this is how we take pictures. people tell us to upload our photos to flickr, but i never take photos, i guess momentshowing is just our version of photos. cambodia to vietnam. the shot of me frantically and obsessively trying to upload video to the web on an old PC in the internet cafe cracks me up. look at my face! i look crazed! it's true, i must upload or else! now we're in thailand. i'm liking it so far! bangkok is huge, it reminds me of LA.

7 comments:

jonnygoldstein said...

love the last clip especially...When are we going to see more of Christina?

Beth Kanter said...

Hope the Internet access is better in Thailand. beautiful moment sharing ... missed you at BlogHer

Graham Walker said...

If you guys are still in vietnam. Make sure to book a three or 4 day motorcycle tour with the Easy Riders based in Dalat.(although you could likely meet them in the Hue area and have them take you down to Dalat) It was without a doubt THE best travel experience that I have had (I have traveled a lot).

My wife and I rode with them for 4 days and I saw more of the culture of vietnam through them than I ever thought possible. They took us to all the sort of places that I wanted to visit but never knew I could such as small family run establishments like a Silk farm, tea orchard, pineapple patch, brick factory, incense factory, coal factory, rice paper factory among many others. Most of these are the places you pass by on a bus and wonder what is going on there. They also find the best local restaurants that you could never find in the Lonely planet guide, I had some of my best travel meals with these guys. We were both a little worried about having them drive us around Vietnam on their motorcycles but once we started we were so happy we went with them. I hate to even use the word 'tour' as it provides the wrong image.We really felt that they were 'showing' us their country instead of taking us on a tour. They actually cared about giving you a good experience. Sent some friends to do it this last february also and they said the exact same thing to me.
email.

Our guides were

Mr. Young youngtours(AT)hotmail.com

or Tu at nguyenngoctuvn(AT)yahoo.com

email them both and set something up, you won;t be disapointed

Levois said...

Wow you did looked crazed!!! You should crack a smile next time that camera is on you. I hope southeast Asia is doing it for you guys.

LaBlogga said...

love the moments - thanks for showing! tricky the way the street signs are in Buddhist script...

french/new/wave/nerd said...

I want faces on my pepsi!

-perfect last line too

LunaVorax said...

Haha the guy at the middle of the video have an horrible french accent, I can hardly understand what he's talking about.