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After a very comfortable night, today we were to have two excursions. After breakfast, we took a boat trip to Cai Be. This involved transferring from our very nice, large RV Amalotus to the much smaller river boats. It was compulsory that life vests are warn on all of these smaller boats. Fortunately, there are staff on hand to assist those, myself included, who are not as well co-ordinated in getting from one boat to another. When we got ashore we visited a French ...
... night bus took its toll and we both slept a couple of hours on the boat. It was the same type that we caught to Koh Rong. 28 Airline style seats in the main covered cabin, 2x4 seater opposing benches at the back. We went at the back to get fresh air. All but two passengers were westerners so we were still very much on the tourist trail, not that it was a problem. For those who have seen the Killing Fields the trip that we were doing is the same one that Sydney did ...
... into getting it. Needless to say we only had to wait another 6 or so hours and we would be all legal and Louise wouldn't be making her 1 call to Erin to wish her happy birthday and not to the British Embassy to get us out of jail. We did a little tour after checking into the hotel. Chau Doc is merely a transit town and there not much for the tourist to do or see. So after visiting the local market we got so Dong local currency out of the cash point this was an experience in itself, ...
... scaffold. They did not smile at, or acknowledge, each other.
Further rituals involving Thuy and myself and the bride’s parents. I was not trusted to insert the earrings into the bride’s ears; Thuy’s eldest sister did it.
This part of the ceremony over, we joined the throng outside. I sat with the bride’s father and other men at one table, while Thuy sat with her mother and various women at another.
After a brief ...
... would be our only opportunity for several more hours. Our fish farm hosts were happy to let us use their facility, which meant lining up through their bedroom and into the bath chamber.
The bathroom consisted of a small tin walled "addition" attached to the bedroom. The addition stuck out over the river. It was about three feet wide and maybe about five feet long. On one end was a vat of water and a basin for showering, and on the ...