Sunday, February 26, 2006

namhsan

i've emerged from the remote mountains of namhsan where i lived in an old lady's house for 4 nights without the comforts of electricity or running water. the hospitality i encountered wandering from village to village was unprecedented in all of my travels. i was invited into homes and offered food and drink everywhere i went, even though most of these people live on less than $1 a day. will fill in the details later...

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

most likey they were kind to you b/c they were afraid that this big white ghost with long yellow hair might destroy their village otherwise

You know who I am said...

Did you sacrifice little animals to appease you too?

Anonymous said...

I meant to say - Did THEY sacrifice little animals to appease you too?

Anonymous said...

Maybe you should take the opportunity to convert them to Christianity. They too can be saved!

Anonymous said...

Good to know you are well - no Bangalore Belly I note. Still waiting to hear why you provoked all and sundry into violent rages in your last days in India. Stay well - and, if passing through London your pint awaits - email datacentre (at) hotmail dot co dot uk.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous #1: Good to know you are well - no Bangalore Belly I note. Still waiting to hear why you provoked all and sundry into violent rages during your last few days in India. Stay well - and, if passing through London your pint awaits - email datacentre (at) hotmail dot co dot uk.