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My first jetlagged picture. Xiclo drivers sleep one early Saigon morning.

My modern technology doesn't alienate me from the people. This man's stump seems to be SPD compatible.

Our first glimpse of the 'real Vietnam.'

Behind the serenity of Vinh Ngiem Pagoda, trash chokes a stream next to squatters' houses. I need to get rural.

The 'road' to Dam Ron.

Also from the road to Dam Ron.

Rural Vietnam.

Taking a bath in Dam Ron was an event for the whole village to enjoy. Our host Mr. Sar sits on the bank.

Along the road to Dam Ron.

Peter gingerly picks his way past potentially bike-eating holes on a steep descent.

The closest thing to a bridge that we encountered.

National Highway 14 is one of the two main north-south arteries in Vietnam.

Tony West and the clusterbomb fence. Sepon, Lao.

A blind musician at the market in Tha Kaek.

Vientiane, Lao.

Pha That Luang, Vientiane.

I was covered by this machine gun the whole way up that road. North of Vang Vien, Lao.

A campsite outside of Luang Prabang, Lao.

This great Vietnamese restaurant meets key criteria. Flaking pastel paint, a smiling, homely proprietress, a minimum number of dishes with no menu, no sign outside and no white people. Oh yeah, and fantastic food. Dalat, Vietnam.

Mekong Delta.

Raced with these girls near Khe Sanh.

Live crabs and frogs on a stick. Tha Kaek.

At a small market in Hanoi.


Hoi An.

National Highway 14.

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