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|Another loaded motorbike in Vietnam|
Loading your bike to the limit is pretty common in Vietnam and makes for excellent pictures to shock my fellow Europeans.
|Red Dirt Road|
|Boats as taxis|
Wearing a helmet on a boat seems to be a good idea, the water can be quite hard at times. No, just joking. The guy left behind his bike at the pier and just needs to hop out to a boat somewhere.
|Bicycles for use at the resort|
At Salinda Resort they have bicycles you can borrow to experience the island.
|Urban Train Station Salzburg|
Urban train station in Salzburg, Austria.
|Damsel, not in distress obviously|
Just a small transporter we encountered on the way home.
|Row, Row, Row your Boat...|
Lady of the Mekong, rowing her boat through the many channels connecting the rivers and the houses.
|The Eye of Ships|
We know the ancient Greek story of the ship Argos and the eyes painted on the rump, so the vessel may find the way home. These eyes are widespread throughout Vietnam as well, I wonder what their story is over here in the Far East.
|Boat on the Mekong River|
Boats are the main means of transport in the Mekong Delta.
|Cai Be Floating Market|
Contrary to the rather touristy floating markets we can see in Can Tho and elsewhere, Cai Be has a floating wholesale market. Surely not that colourful, but the more original.
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