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Fishing in the rice paddies -- he's using a battery pack attached to two long poles,
to zap the fish with metal prongs.
A local British Petroleum gas (petrol?) station.
Making straw hats.
One of the girls in our tour group tries her hand at making incense -- a valiant effort,
but I think the 14-year old girls that do it all day long are a little better at it.
Overlooking the Vietnam / Cambodia border at Chau Doc.
Caodai Temple in Chau Doc.
After heating a steel casing filled with dried corn, this boy then slams open the latch,
and... instant popcorn! (with a huge bang!)
Our fantastic guide, Phu -- if you see him at Kim's Cafe in HCMC, ask him if he
received this photo from me in the mail.
Rice paddies, everywhere.
A local elementary school.
The snake market -- complete with young kids holding some of the most incredibly
lethal snakes in all the world. Fortunately, it didn't seem to be for our benefit, as he
was showing it to a potential customer.
Hanging snake livers to dry, snake wine, and raw snake meat, all for sale.
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