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... attached to a wooden pole that you hold. You dangle the bait in front of the crocodiles and wait for one of them to quickly jump and take the meat. When I went I had fun hanging the meat in the middle of a group of three relatively large crocodiles, waiting to see which one would make the move. After some heavy anticipation, a crocodile took my bait and all I had left was a line and a wooden pole. It was some good entertainment for a buck. That was pretty much our only thing to ...
... It's a hard life and houses inevitably collapse into the river. There are literally crude pipes going from the shacks straight into the river carrying sewerage. Rubbish is just tossed and piled and that too ends up in the river.
Our first stop along the river was at a Buddhist Pagoda. We had a quick visit here which was really more of a toilet break than anything else. Was nice to walk through the temple, there were some lovely wooden ...
... things can be found. Our little canal boat took us back to the main motor boat and we travelled onward to another island where they make a living from anything coconut related.
On the way to the island Elodie fell asleep so Arnaud and her skipped this part while Rowan and I listened to how the locals make use of every single part of the coconut. The best bit for us was to see how they make coconut sweeties. Rowan got to turn the ...
Left 5:30 for Da Nang international airport for 7:50 am flight to Saigon. Would come back to Hoi An and Da Nang again.
Saigon felt very different from Hanoi. Pi explained it that Saigonites plan decades ahead so the roads are wide; Hanoians plan10 years with a two lane road and then must buy a very expensive house that was built next to the road in order to expand.
We drove several hours to ...
I only stayed 24 hours in Ben Tre but liked the countryside atmosphere, they work very early before it gets too hot.
There was only one couple in the home stay, nice encounter. After little reasearch, we found out that ''Vietnam is looking to cultivate its first GM crops by 2015 and have
30-50 percent of the country’s farmland covered with genetically
modified organisms (GMOs) by 2020"'... quite shocking when we knoiw they ...