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Eat Your Crickets, Jenny!

Location: Rasi Salai and Cambodia, Thailand

Still at our homestay in rural Thailand, we experience creative new dining experiences and more of the friendly community we've come to love.

19 Jan 2007, 2:55PM

Hand, in the back, is Nam's sister and the incomparable cook who feeds us each day. She's taught me to cook Pad Thai and I can't wait to make it for all of you! Her husband Joi and Nam's children are with her.

19 Jan 2007, 10:11AM

Scouts in Thailand. We've seen some of these kids walking along the roadside with 8 foot long bamboo poles used as blow guns for shooting lizards.

19 Jan 2007, 6:55PM

Jen and Emily couldn't get enough of these tasty treats!

19 Jan 2007, 6:50PM

Mmmmm! Snack time! Sauteed crickets for everyone!

21 Jan 2007, 7:43AM

Looking for a yellow cab? Try this instead...cheap! cheap!

20 Jan 2007, 10:24PM

The blue thing keeps the flies off the food. Here's dinner...

21 Jan 2007, 11:39AM

At Phra Wihan in Cambodia, this is the little postcard seller we talk about in our diary entry.

21 Jan 2007, 10:16AM

Along the pathway in Cambodia, the sign says it all, "Beware of land mines."

22 Jan 2007, 4:51PM

With all this talk about Emily and the squat toilets, I know you've been wondering...

21 Jan 2007, 11:53AM

At the temple on top of the mountain, this nun sent us away with blessings and a smile.

24 Jan 2007, 8:09AM

The Sompoi kids line up on the field at the start of each day-today is Scout Day and there is not one of the 600 kids out of uniform.

23 Jan 2007, 3:07PM

There must be 10 dogs for every person in Thailand. At times we have to stop the car to clear dogs out of the road. The big question is, "How come we don't ever see any dog poop?"



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Scouts in Thailand. We've seen some of these kids walking along the roadside with 8 foot long bamboo poles used as blow guns for shooting lizards.

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Hand, in the back, is Nam's sister and the incomparable cook who feeds us each day. She's taught me to cook Pad Thai and I can't wait to make it for all of you! Her husband Joi and Nam's children are with her.

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Mmmmm! Snack time! Sauteed crickets for everyone!

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Jen and Emily couldn't get enough of these tasty treats!

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The blue thing keeps the flies off the food. Here's dinner...

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Looking for a yellow cab? Try this instead...cheap! cheap!

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Along the pathway in Cambodia, the sign says it all, "Beware of land mines."

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At Phra Wihan in Cambodia, this is the little postcard seller we talk about in our diary entry.

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At the temple on top of the mountain, this nun sent us away with blessings and a smile.

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With all this talk about Emily and the squat toilets, I know you've been wondering...

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There must be 10 dogs for every person in Thailand. At times we have to stop the car to clear dogs out of the road. The big question is, "How come we don't ever see any dog poop?"

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The Sompoi kids line up on the field at the start of each day-today is Scout Day and there is not one of the 600 kids out of uniform.