Photographer's Note

When we were strolling the streets of Than Uyen looking for a place to eat, we came along a building where Vietnamese families were sitting on round wooden platforms, somewhat lifted from the floor.
The people inside were obviously having a good time, eating and drinking together.
We moved inside and the girl at the counter showed us a tail, but Martin replied, we were not afraid of a pig-tail.
The people were very interested in our group and showed us how to eat the food that was served on enormous plates.
They invited us to drink along with them and the spirit was great.
After dinner Martin (on the photo on the right) inquired after the food we had been eating and with happy smiles the people pointed on the plates and said, "dogmeat, dogmeat, dogmeat".
The next day only two of the group of four could go riding; the other two were sick on a serious base and arranged a bus.
Frans and I noticed that the dogs on the road were not as friendly as they use to be in Vietnam. I guess those high-sensitive animals knew what we had been doing the night before.

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