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Tuesday, 07 July 2009



I love the photos of the ruins. Thanks for sharing them!

ed (from Yuma)

Great post. Ruins Food and that sunset!


that was a slew of "do nots" loved the ruin photos and that sunset!


Hi Lynnea - I'm glad you enjoy the photos!

Hi Ed - We have so many photos, it's hard to choose which ones to use.

Hi Kat - Those were some major rules.....


hi kirk! gorgeous sunset! my fave colors too! and loved the pix of the temples...

interesting that you ate 'nightshade'. i was just at thuan phat and was looking at another type of nightshade, 'malabar nightshade' (in filipino, it is called 'alugbati')...


Hi CC - I didn't know that spinach vine was of the nightshade learn something new every day!


hi kirk - yeah, the alugbati they had at thuan phat had pretty big leaves. my mom grows a smaller type that's not so green, but has purplish black leaves. she tried to get me to grow it, but my plant died. i was reluctant to take it because i knew i wasn't going to cook with it...i'm not fond of its' mucilaginous properties.

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