Chau Pho Hotel
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... our faces makes us laugh. Giant boats with the lines of a Chinese junk pass by, water washing so close to their gunwales they look as if they could swamp and sink.
Five hours and we arrive in Chau Doc, the gateway to the Mekong Delta, our boat cutting between the ferries full of mopeds, fishing boats and through the floating islands of green water lilies.
... in a conference room in what looked like a very nice hotel. We were introduced to the Alumni of the Dong Thap University and several local business people who have used the microloans. The loans were used for raising pigs, which were feed with the remnants of the owners second business making wine; setting up a small restaurant that specialized in Duck Congi; raising vegetables.
Its really amazing how entrepreneurial the Vietnamese are and how ...
... meals and accommodation. We also gave a small donation towards the school excursion that had been organised for the weekend we left. I'd recommend a homestay for those travelling to cambodia if they have the time. I would have liked to have had more time for hands on activities, helping around the village etc. but with staying only 2 nights, I understand this was difficult. All in all, a great experience and one I'm sure I'll remember ...
... of the words were aimed directly at me. During the next hour he sang many times, plainly enjoying his performance, revelling in the attention we gave him. He was devoid of shyness – a shameless exhibitionist.
A side-show to his singing was the clowning of my friend, Tang, in the background. Tang lives in the coffee shop opposite Thuy and is an all-round good guy with a lovely sense of humour. As the singer cavorted, Tang stood up behind ...
... ferry. Louise decided to share her dream from last night, "I dreamt I was in a bus accident" great here were we were on a bus in bed no shoes on and rolling on to a ferry that had about 8000 litres of petrol outside the window in barrels. Could this be one of those disasters boat blows up with bus on with 20 people laying in bed. You couldn't write it, no problem and no safety briefing the ferry sets off, hang on at least the drivers health ...