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Sunday, 8 April 2012

Floating Market In The Mekong Delta Kayrang

Floating markets - a rare form of commerce, inherent in most countries of South-East Asia. One of them is in Vietnam. Here, on the trading barges on long sticks tied samples of fruit, which can be purchased moored to this ship ...

We sailed on the market was still dark, while local traders just woke up and crawled out from under the canopies of their boats: 3. 4. 5. 6. If the trade happens with a nose the boat, the whole life is concentrated in the stern: 7. 8. 9. After Sunrise Market turns into a nest on the water. Shlyndayut small boats here and there, buying fruit for resale: 10. 11. They approach the boat and begin to haggle: 12. Judging by the "sign" on this barge can buy a wide range of fruit, but prices are slightly higher: 13 . This monobarkas with low prices, selling only the potatoes: 14. 15. Pineapple - one of the most popular products on the market:16. 17. 18. 19. hungry for barges ply between the floating cafe: 20. Here we had breakfast: 21. also traders and buyers in the market for many tourists: 22.They were treated to juicy sweet pineapple and madly: 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. Besides fruits are very popular lottery ticket: 28. pour gasoline into the engine on the fly from the plastic Bottle: 29. significance of these signs, I did not realize until the end of: 30. 31. We drove for 2 people per boat. Steering on all boats were women who, during a walk wove for us a variety of jewelry: 32. Back to the hotel we went through the narrow ducts: 33. It was interesting to observe how people live here: 34. 35. 36. Wash directly in River and clothing: 37. How will it in Russian? 38. Next stop - the city of Saigon, or, as it is now called Ho Chi Minh City. Stay Tuned! 39.

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