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Easy Rider Tour 2

Location: Dalat, Vietnam

The second half of our fantastic tour, with special star attraction 'Crazy House'

Seriously slippery rocks - Barbara is hardcore

Elephant Waterfall

What is there to say - it's a dragon

Hanging out with my friend Laughing Buddha

The rice wine brewer - I think he had had one or two in his time

Barbara and Mo (my rider)

Mo and I

Shy, cute little boys coming home from school. All Vietnamese school children seem to stay immaculate despite wearing white.

Bear Room in Crazy House. Very romantic.

Crazy House - this doesn't properly convey the insanity

Medicine beasts. We had a hilarious attempt at conversation/game of charades with this charming old man to try and understand what in the world the furry things are - apparently you pull off some of the fur and put it on any wounds to stimulate healing.

Dalat night markets. The yellow clusters on the middle left shelf are the insides of a duck - yellow is the eggs, other organs are attached too!



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Elephant Waterfall

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Seriously slippery rocks - Barbara is hardcore

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Hanging out with my friend Laughing Buddha

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What is there to say - it's a dragon

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Barbara and Mo (my rider)

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The rice wine brewer - I think he had had one or two in his time

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Shy, cute little boys coming home from school. All Vietnamese school children seem to stay immaculate despite wearing white.

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Mo and I

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Crazy House - this doesn't properly convey the insanity

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Bear Room in Crazy House. Very romantic.

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Dalat night markets. The yellow clusters on the middle left shelf are the insides of a duck - yellow is the eggs, other organs are attached too!

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Medicine beasts. We had a hilarious attempt at conversation/game of charades with this charming old man to try and understand what in the world the furry things are - apparently you pull off some of the fur and put it on any wounds to stimulate healing.