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March 06, 2016

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Oh! What a wonderful trip you had then, Cathy and Donald! I savored every picture of your short though intense stay in Ninh Binh region... This is the best way to visit such a country, so close to the local people, with much interest in the way they live, in their customs, their food and I like that you notice very special details like the cleaning of the ears at the barber's... or the fabulous and huge poinsettias... and people rowing with their feet... perfect way to keep very hard calves and abs! wonderful views on the waters and from inside the caves... touching views of a simple and poor country life where people seem to love their animals and care so much for them... people always smiling... children are so beautiful... I don't know how many pictures you took during this trip but the selection of pictures you're showing here is amazing in their variety... wonderful landscapes and ordinary scenes of rural life, old and young local people and their fresh food... thank you for sharing, reading your post and admiring your pictures was a wonderful trip for me too...

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