Blending in with the Locals in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta, Continued.

Welcome to part two of showing my pictures from the Meking Delta in Vietnam.

This posting contains a number of videos. Click on the title in blue to open the posting in your browser to read the posting uninterrupted. Otherwise when you click on any video image it will open automatically.

As you recall here I am blending in with the locals.

Click on the image below to view a video of going down this tributary.

Is my house”, pointed out our front driver of the narrow boat.  “I have four babies,” she added.

“Will you marry me?” She proposed as I sat at the table having lunch.

No I’m just kidding. She was singing conditional Vietnamese music.  

Click on the video below to see some other music performances we enjoyed location.

This larger boat provided transportation between the main local destinations.  

Click on the image below for a video of the boat.

This refreshments boat was going from boat to boat offering various drinks and snacks.

This was the third time we stopped to pull rubbish off the propeller. Each time, our pilot threw the rubbish back into the water for next time. My laughing was from helplessness, it was frustrating to watch him throw the plastic back in to the water just for someone else to tangle in it again later.

This posting was much longer but it crashed on WordPress after I completed it. I have redone so many postings that have crashed after doing all the work. Sorry, I didn’t have it in me to completely redo this one. Anyway, it was a taste. I hope you enjoyed what did save successfully. Cheers!
Darren

One thought on “Blending in with the Locals in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta, Continued.

  1. What a great experience…but I have to say that the grey water and the trash in it…and tossing the bags back…this is really sad. How’s the food? Having fun?

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