I'm seeing double. ;-)
Hi Steve, its Peter,I do think you are on to something!However the Naga has 2 more teeth than Dennis has. No wonder they areprotecting him.
Oh my god, dad you can still embarrase me when you are across the world. Ha Ha Just kidding...I am enjoying these photos so much. Looks like you guys are having a blast. Thanks Steve :)
Hi Steve,Scott here, and black beans give me gas. Thought you should know.
Peter: Very perceptive comment. Glad you're there watching out for Dennis too. He's on the loose til the 23rd when I meet up with him again in Bangkok and straighten out his wild ways. Til then, he just has the Nagas...
My pleasure Angie. I just heard from Dennis by email a minute ago. I'll be sure to give you picture updates when I see him then.
Scott: Thanks for the tip. Too bad you didn't tell me before the long bus ride to Sukhotai today...
Poor Dennis! But there is an extreme likeness. In the burger place that uses satire against Bush, what sorts of things do they say or do. I hear him droning on the radio in the background and I can only remember the pictures showing Bush as a girl.(no offence women). You've nevered answered me about the elephants - do they eat black beans and do they get gas and when they do, do you find yourself propelled into worlds never before travelled? And there is the dog question - that dog that followed you around and slept with you - WELL STEVIE ARE YOU GOING TO SEE IF THE DOG HAS AN OWNER AND IF NOT, ARE YOU GOING TO FIND HELP FOR HIM OR HER? OF COURSE YOU ARE! YOU also are there to help and protect animals and people. Okay, my speech has ended.As always, I enjoy your stories and pictures. Your room - a flashback to your monk days?Soooooo... glad that you bought another lock for your room! Glad you are being careful. I know, the Jewish mother routine and all.Have fun, stay safe, keep blogging.Love Deeds
Deeds:The Burger place has one poster with Tony Blair yelling at George Bush demanding proof of the Weapons of Mass Destruction in Iraq. Bush Replies. "I can prove he has them. I kept the receipts!"As far as the dog situation. No one 'owns' anything here. Dogs survive the way the people here do. They just find their place in the swirl. Sorry if you don't like that answer Dee, but this isn't North America. But remember; we have survived for 130 years, these people have survived for seven thousand. I think we should just watch this beautiful culture and learn from it.Elephant flatulants. Go figure...
hahhaha! good picture Dennis.... you really are that statue... Steven and myself burst out laughing when we saw this one... Were in Koh Samui having a blast.... enjoyed the trecking more then i enjoy the beach...cheers to the blog man!Pat
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