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Cu Chi & the Mekong Delta

Location: Mekong Delta, Vietnam

A visit to the tunnel system at Cu Chi and then our three day meander through the Mekong Delta to Phnom Penh

5 Jun 2008, 4:04PM

A shop which caught my eye in Saigon - I assume they were being sold as pets and not food!

5 Jun 2008, 11:57AM

In the tunnels at Cu Chi. We are 8m underground and I am standing on the lower level as it dropped another metre or so at that point. It was also pitch black!

6 Jun 2008, 5:46PM

Cooking our evening meal at the Home stay on the first night in the Delta

6 Jun 2008, 9:52AM

In the canoes on the first day in the Delta

7 Jun 2008, 8:58AM

A smaller boat loaded with Rambuttans (lychee like fruit) on the way to the floating market

7 Jun 2008, 7:26AM

A sand barge on a canal - there were loads of barges like this and dredgers in the channels.

8 Jun 2008, 5:02AM

Getting water for laundry - families live on boats like this full time

7 Jun 2008, 4:56PM

Sunset on the second night from our cruiser

8 Jun 2008, 5:13AM

Commerce. The family in the smaller boat are buying Bananas from the bigger boat. The bigger boat advertises what it has for sale by hanging sample from the pole.

8 Jun 2008, 5:07AM

The floating market in full swing - its busiest from 4am to 6am

8 Jun 2008, 1:24PM

A long, hot, slow afternoon on the boat to Phnom Penh

8 Jun 2008, 8:10AM

Water Buffalo - the beast of burden across SE Asia



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In the tunnels at Cu Chi. We are 8m underground and I am standing on the lower level as it dropped another metre or so at that point. It was also pitch black!

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A shop which caught my eye in Saigon - I assume they were being sold as pets and not food!

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In the canoes on the first day in the Delta

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Cooking our evening meal at the Home stay on the first night in the Delta

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A sand barge on a canal - there were loads of barges like this and dredgers in the channels.

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A smaller boat loaded with Rambuttans (lychee like fruit) on the way to the floating market

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Sunset on the second night from our cruiser

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Getting water for laundry - families live on boats like this full time

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The floating market in full swing - its busiest from 4am to 6am

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Commerce. The family in the smaller boat are buying Bananas from the bigger boat. The bigger boat advertises what it has for sale by hanging sample from the pole.

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Water Buffalo - the beast of burden across SE Asia

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A long, hot, slow afternoon on the boat to Phnom Penh