Musings On the Mekong
And finally, a post I wrote cruising along the Mekong River in Vietnam.
By 6am, our first morning in Vietnam, we were walking the still darkened streets toward Lake Huan Kiem. Passing a square with a giant replica of the founder of Hanoi, we beheld throngs of people doing Tai Chi, practicing ball room dancing, and playing pick up games of badminton on squares allocated by the government. By 10am, all signs of these early morning activities had been erased. Thousands of motor scooters, many with entire families in tow clogged the streets.
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