Day 11

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In the morning we visited another village of the delta Mekong. First, I saw many houses which are floating in the river; we went and saw inside the house. All houses had fish farmyards under the floor. They got $ 4000 every six month from the fish export to overseas. When the economic market opened, all the people would get a good opportunity for the job. We went and saw Christian church at the village and the tour guide pointed at the red tower of the Cambodia and Vietnam border.Afternoon  we learn how to folk napkin at the waiter from Pandaw.The Pandaw cruise continued to pass the border of Vietnam. We arrived to Cambodia after about 3 hours. The cruise continued driving until 10 PM and Purser Miss Ruth showed the film of “killing fields” in saloon. That moving is a real story of Mr.Dithpran during civil war at Cambodia. After watching the movie, I realized that the very cruel time of Cambodia Khmer Rouge during (1975-1979). The cruise stopped in the middle of Mekong River and we can see the capital city, Phenonpeng.

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