After border crossing from Laos.
Choose what you want to be.
Pleiku city center.
Aja, they plant rice.
A bit of traffic is going on in Ho Chi Minh. Its even more worse than Mumbai or Kairo. You can't really breath here.
First Mekong sidearm crossing.
Graves in a cornfield.
My Tho on the Mekongriver side.
Ja you can still use the helmets from the army service.
I tried hard to find sideways around this traffic which is always a bit too much.
Queueing to get a place on one of the bigger Mekongferries.
The alternative rivercrossing is under construction. I would say: Made by Chinese.
Cornfields. I felt at home in midsummer from their smell.
2.8km Mekongbridge. Quit an effort is nessecarry to go up there and its just a bridge or naja a concrete mountain.
Visit the floating market in Can Tho.
She's my captain and did very well. I felt almost asleep with the motor noise and the small waves clap the boat.
Give a signal and you'll get the yellow water melons over there.
And another one. I would say I took almost ten ferries during this days. It's fun and always a quick break out of the saddle.
New year is coming. Almost every street is decorated with their flags.
Surprise surprise. One passage is served by at least 5 ferries. I can't believe that when I think back to Africa.
Every body is at home for the up coming celebration.
Their vehicles well parked in one of the 1001 channels.
Working and living can't be closer.
IKEA delivery service on the left- and a bit of vegetables packed on the right side.
A real Mekongriver cyclingway.
Soon they celbrate New Year on the 19. February.
Houseboats in Chau Doc.
Cast off! A Mekong ferry brought me to Phnom Penh.
Mekong New Years gift delivery service. Don't forget to bring a present to the celebration dinner.