VIETNAM 2013 #164

By JN_CHATELAIN_PHOTOGRAPHY
La Nga is a floating village on Ho Tri An lake in the province of Dong Nai. The village float on a huge reservoir 45 miles (73km) North of Ho Chi Minh City. The inhabitants built their floating houses on the lake and make a meagre living from aquaculture. Itís a hard life!

Tags: Boats Vietnam Landscape and travel Floating village Tri an reservoir Dong nai province HIGHWAY DT 768 LA NGA


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viscostatic 10 34 5 United Kingdom
25 Nov 2013 7:00PM
Excellent photographs Jean-Noel of a very different way of life.

Phil.

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ColleenA Plus
4 317 3 Australia
25 Nov 2013 7:08PM

Quote:Excellent photographs Jean-Noel of a very different way of life.

Phil.


That washline has me intrigued....how does one hang and retrieve the washingGrinGrinGrin

Quote:That washline has me intrigued....how does one hang and retrieve the washingGrinGrinGrin


I think there is a system where you pull the washing back to you in order to pick your clothes.
25 Nov 2013 7:35PM

Quote:Excellent photographs Jean-Noel of a very different way of life.

Phil.



The same thoughts crossed my mind, too!

Richard
rontear Plus
13 8 7 England
25 Nov 2013 10:40PM
Precarious existence, Jean.
Ron
EMJAYCEE Plus
7 9 10 England
25 Nov 2013 10:48PM
Excellent photos showing this way of living - a very hard way to exist.
Joan.
Great series. Like v2 the best.

Peter
CarolG Plus
9 195 18 Greece
26 Nov 2013 5:43AM
Fascinating images, Jean-Noel, I would think it must be fun to live on your own personal stretch of water, but a bit of a problem creating a garden Wink Carol
Maiwand Plus
9 3 71 England
26 Nov 2013 9:00AM
I am sure they deserve every penny they earn Jean-Noel. This looks like a very perilous and damp existence.GrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
Ron

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