Home Is Where the Heart Is

So now I am back home safe and sound. Unfortunately, my car is still missing from the driveway.

Though who am I to complain, life is pretty easy here in North Carolina, maybe too easy. But for now it’s goodbye to the overburdened motorbikes.


The bizarre food.

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The ever-present people who were somehow always just out of reach.


The grand temples.


And of course, the mysterious monks.


And if you enjoyed this foray into Asia, keep an eye here for a story about my previous trip to Vietnam.

3 Responses to “Home Is Where the Heart Is”

  1. 1 Salmon King June 19, 2008 at 7:49 pm

    Glad you are back safe and sound. I will give you a call this weekend.

  2. 2 Foodie Pam June 19, 2008 at 8:29 pm

    Welcome home! 🙂

    I’ve enjoyed the narrative of your trip and can’t wait to see more pictures – especially of all that amazing (and weird) food!

  3. 3 michele June 23, 2008 at 11:41 am

    Thanks for sharing your trip with all of us. . . ‘delightful to view through Armenia eyes.
    Tis good to see you home in YOUR grand temple.

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