From atop the hill with the towers, one could see far, across the river and into the village below.
The view showed contrasts, from a comfortable resort
to something that required a closer look
which revealed – a laundry room for someone’s home?
There were rooftops
Boats on the river
Atop the hill, there were many statues – I believe these were Hindu deities
behind a headless statue someone before us had stacked some rocks, which of course invited the irreverence (with the hope that we would offend no one).
And behind the pond was a hillock with large rocks, which invited meditation – of a sort – by Kat and I.
For Gep, it offered opportunities to do one of the things he does best.
There were also flowers on the hilltop
and a child on the stairs.
Before we leave, time to take a rest.
Suddenly, our time was done. Kat and I had to catch a plane back to Saigon, but first one last foot and leg massage, which came with a bonus
of cucumber slices on the face. Soooo relaxing – $5, people!
Then we headed back to the airport, leaving Gep behind for a couple more days before he headed off to Nepal. See some of what he was doing after we left at http://www.santacruzprophotos.com – then click on “Blog”. I think you’ll be as impressed as I am.