Archive for August, 2008

Today Is My Last Day of My Asia Trip and We See Some Wild Cambodian Monkey Love

Saturday, August 9th, 2008

Today I visit the Wat Phnom in Phnom Penh in Cambodia and while there monkeys were running all over the grounds just on the outside of the Wat. They were jumping, fighting, and eating. People visiting the temple were feeding the monkeys so they gathered. Check them out it is pretty cool.


Today I Am Still Floating On The Mekong Delta In Vietnam See A Christian Church In A Communist Country

Friday, August 8th, 2008

Today I am head back down the Mekong Delta on my way back to Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) and right on the water I noticed a very large Christian Church which I thought I was odd since Vietnam is a communist country.


Today We Visit A Coconut Candy Factory On The Mekong Delta And See How To Make Puffed Rice

Thursday, August 7th, 2008

Today while traveling up the Mekong Delta I stopped at a coconut candy factory and was able to see how to make puffed rice. It was a pretty cool process so I thought I would show all of you.


Today I Row Through The Canals Of Mekong Delta and Take A Ride In A Vietnamese Rowboat

Wednesday, August 6th, 2008

Today I step into a Vietnamese Rowboat and take a ride with my with and a couple of girls from Germany. See the gondolier sweat as he rows up the Mekong with three hot chicks and me.


Today I Go John Kerry Style and Head Up The Mekong Delta In Vietnam

Monday, August 4th, 2008

Today I hit the water and head up the Mekong Delta on a boat trip and see the late morning remnants of the floating market.


Today I Head To The Mekong Delta In Vietnam And Bring You A Time Lapse Video From Along The Way

Sunday, August 3rd, 2008

Today along the way to the Mekong Delta for my boat trip I did a time lapse video to show you guys what it is like the road between Saigon and the Mekong Delta.


Today I See The Game Sepak Takraw In Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam

Friday, August 1st, 2008

Today while in a park right across the street from our hotel in the Backpackers District of Ho Chi Minh City I watched some guys play a game of Sepak Takraw. If you are not familiar with this game it is similar to volleyball but instead of the players using their hands they use their feet and head.