We had lunch in a small village on the Mekong. It was a charming place to stop and walk around. The lunch venue had some nice self contained units attached which were of bamboo construction. The village market was quite basic but a good sample of small town trading. The main village church was very spanish in appearance and could have easily been in Mexico. Life in the village is quite slow as depicted by the empty mechanics workshop.

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Bikes on the bridge. Makeshift market beside the river. Small store with lots of bits and pieces. Mother and baby in a hammock. Selling meat at the market. Cool house beside the river. Village church. Village church with a Spanish flavor. Village church. Children near the church. Simple vegetable stall in the markets. Women wear a mask to keep their skin white. Camera store. Colorful flowers beside the road. Motor repair shop. Mechanical repairs are done here.
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