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... 300. Many of the young people are now moving to the city upon encouragement of the government.
We were paddled thru by a local on one of the traditional bamboo boats. Quite interesting!
At present a fishing life is still quite evident and even some of the entrepreneurial locals, row over to the cruising ships trying to sell pop, chips , cookies etc. and manage to pass the goods and recieive the monies by their ...
... We had great wine, , great music, great food and great company. What can be better?
No more sleep early tonight because it's our night here so we shopped. Actually, we don't ...
... uniform, we were forced to queue in file, anyone that drifted into a rank of three was ushered back into file. People who had their hands in pockets or arms folded were told to keep their arms straight and by their sides. When we finally entered the main chamber, it was really strange having never seen a body lying in state before. Ho Chi Minh looked like he was peacefully sleeping despite having passed in 1969.
On the way back to the ...
... clothing, crafts and best of all rice wine.
On the way back to Sapa we stopped to visit another tribe village, this time it was the Flower H'mong people, then we stoped in Lao Cai to look across the river boarder into China.
That evening we went out for a meal, Hania nipped out to the loo and was gone for longer than was normal, when I went to investigate there was a faint voice from inside the ladies cubical saying "John... John". Her toilet had no handel on ...