Healing in Vietnam part 2

Morning Glory, green papaya salad, fresh rolls with shrimp, peanut sauce…and smiles. LOTS and lots of smiles

Saigon man

market-lady-saigon


It is rather challenging NOT to love a place that is so welcoming, kind, and beautiful. Even the giants Buddhas at Bayon Temple in Cambodia greeted us with a smile as we climbed around the ruins

Bayon-faces

Cambodia was certainly not Vietnam – nor should it be. But the sense of welcoming crossed the border with ease, and it continued to bring us a sene of peace and wonder that is typically only found in the minds of children.

little-bear-boy

The history of the countries surrounded us and took us away from any worries we had. It gave us both a sense of calm and peace as we continued to make our way towards the end of 2012.fishing in cambodia

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