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... and the menu included a number of crocodile meat dishes. We stuck to more traditional food and enjoyed our lunch whilst dodging some heavy rain. Back on the bus and on to Chau Doc. Before going to our hotel we were back on another boat (leaving the luggage on the bus this time!). We were taken to see a floating village, stopping first at a floating petrol station! We got off our boat at a fish farm; the floating house have cages built beneath ...
... 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 ...
... depicting the inevitable aftermath of sin, namely the tortures of hell. I have seen many depictions of the Christian hell, but this was my first time seeing the Buddhist version.
The murals included the following: monstrous green demons chopping off hands and heads; a grey demon driving his pitchfork through a man's chest; a red demon cutting a man in two with a chainsaw; green demons shooting arrows into the bodies of people tied to stakes; a red ...
... 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 ...
... a temple in SaDec. This was a Cao Dai temple the distinctive religion of Vietnam, 3rd after Buddhism and Catholosism. It is supposedly a combination of the best of Confucianism, Buddhism and Taoism with bits of everything else, including Christianity, thrown in. Good in theory, but I think, in practice, just another religion with lots of rules. There are strict rules and followers are expected to pray 4 times/day - 6am, 12 midday, 6 pm and midnight! Next stop was a visit ...
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