We stayed in a very cool French colonial hotel built in 1901 - very Indiana Jones-esque. The Huong River bisects the city - it's also known as the Perfume River, but I found no pleasing smells around.
While the Imperial Palace and Mausoleums were pretty awesome, it rained the whole time. We braved it with umbrellas, but then had to buy ponchos to not get completely soaked.
We are back in Ca Mau with hopes that we will get the orphanage today - and for the next several days. Still no word on any progress to bring our children home and now eight families are here waiting.
Fingers and toes are crossed and prayers are being uplifted. We simply want to bring Nate home by Christmas. You'd think that's not too much to ask since he was supposed to be home three years ago.
Nick's birthday cake
Nick and Kelly enjoying the Pocket Mr. T
Bridge over the Huong River in Hue
Gate at the Imperial Palace
"Little Lord Jesus asleep in the gingerbread house."