Wonderful! This will be so much fun to view and learn. Sure hope you find everything you attended to. Hope you will be taking photos too! Diana
I hope to take many pictures! I am very excited!
Cannot imagine undertaking such an adventure as you are doing! Do you think you will be able to find the house in Dalat?
Hi Judy-I have bookmarked your blog and will check in with you often. I'm looking forward to reading about your adventures and hope you are able to post a few pictures. Here's to safe travels and many discoveries. <3Sarah
So thrilled that you made it-Frank and I never recovered from the wild ride! Hope the Guardian angel is still on the job!!!Know it will be such fun...hope you got everything printed out...
Hello Judy - Welcome home to Saigon! - :)I'll put a Post up on our Saigon Kids web site about your Blog, so everyone can follow you around on your trip.I'm sure everyone will be waiting to hear about your adventures on this trip.Enjoy and be safe ...Rock Onnn ... Saigon Kid - :)
Hi, this is for all the people looking for a message from Judy. This is her friend Donna in N.C. I spoke with Judy today about 2:30 in the afternoon here, and 2:30 A.M. for her. She's doing great. She can't receive any emails or send any, thus she has not been able to blog. Something about a "security" issue. She is going to try to get on a computer at the hotel tomorrow. Here's what else I remember: Her flights were fine. She was somewhat surprised at the airport in Tokyo to be looking at flight boards in Japanese. However, she did stand there long enough for the boards to change to English. In Vietnam, she ate some of that fruit that starts with a "p" for breakfast and had some of that same fruit in her room for later. She rode on the back of her girl guide's scooter. She paid one dollar for a pram (?) ride. She went to two markets. Judy fell asleep about 8 P.M. and woke up refreshed at 11 P.M. That's why she was still awake at 2:30 A.M. I know she has talked to Olivia. My email address is email@example.com in case anyone wants to write and tell me that prams are only in England or something like that.
Donna - would the fruit that starts with a "p" by chance be "papaya"?A "pram" is a type of small flat bottom boat.
Such fun reading all about this! Yes, Bob, the first thing that came to my mind on the fruit was a "papaya". Yum!
Hi, Bob and Diana,The fruit is not papaya. Can't wait to find out the name. Ooh, thanks for the info about a "pram".
Hi Donna ... okay, 2nd guess at fruit with first letter "p" ... LOL ... I'm thinking it must be a "Pamelo". They are veryyyyy yummyyyyy :)
Not NAME THAT TUNE...but NAME THAT FRUIT! Any more ideas?????
Hi, Bob,Ding, ding, ding, You might have a winner. I've never heard of "pamelo", so that could be it. Judy did describe this fruit as veryyyyy yummyyyyy!
Hi, Diane,That is a nutritionist's dream show..NAME THAT FRUIT!Do you want to contact Hollywood, or should I? We'll give your sister credit because her trip started it all...
Yes, in her facebook the fruit is a PAMELOS! Never had it! You are the winner Donna! Prize? Maybe a Pamelos!
Diana you lived in Southeast Asia and - never heard of a Pamelo?!! ... Shaking my head ... - LOL :)
Wow. That is going to be one expensive piece of fruit if I have to fly to Vietnam to taste it. Better be worth it. But seeing as I have never accumulated even one airmile, looks like it might be a little while for me...unless...gee, Bob, you don't happen to be independently wealthy? Diana, you? Guess I better start playing the lottery.