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During the Vietnam War, U. Today, it's tourist boats that bring foreigners on the three-hour trip from the Cambodian capital, Phnom Penh, to the border. After a quick stop at immigration, it's a short ride to the southern Vietnamese river town of Chau Doc. It's a working town, not really geared to tourists, but there is still much to experience — some of it what you'd expect, some not.

The midday prayer at Chau Doc's Mubarak Mosque might surprise some. It's the oldest, largest and prettiest mosque in town, a place where the call to prayer isn't on tape but is still done live by a muezzin. The sermon is delivered in Arabic; the Quran, translated into Vietnamese. The congregation is small but devout. The worshippers are a rich mixture of Malay, Middle Eastern and South Asian faces, with a smattering of Vietnamese, too. Mohamat Yosup, 75, says his ancestors came from Malaysia, Indonesia and India, and have been Lonely women in Chau Doc Chau Doc for five generations.

Others have been here longer, he says; traders brought Islam to Southeast Asia in the 11th century. Muslims make up just a tiny fraction of the population in this largely Buddhist country, but they are a reminder of the Mekong Delta's rich if sometimes troubled history.

Out on the river, fisherman Nguyen Van Nghia, 46, worries about the present. His lament is the same as that heard upriver in Cambodia — catches are dwindling, with more and more people competing for the fish that remain. At least it's better than it was during the war, he says. Then, the Americans had a base here, and there was a lot of fighting. And when that ended inhe says, there was trouble with the Cambodians.

He says he has a TV, but no money to pay for electricity. He has a house, but not enough land to grow anything. Some days, he says, he can't Lonely women in Chau Doc enough fish to even pay for gas. Vietnam's rapid economic growth in the past decade has lifted many out of poverty. But that's not really the case here in An Giang province, one of the Mekong Delta's least developed and where a Amherst dating in Christchurch of jobs has led many to some hard choices.

In Tinh Bien, an hour's drive northwest of Chau Doc, Phung Thi Bay describes what happened when her husband went Lonely women in Chau Doc the border to Cambodia to look Lonely women in Chau Doc work. While there, the year-old says, her husband visited sex Lonely women in Chau Doc and contracted HIV, then he died shortly after returning home.

She got tested and found out she was HIV-positive, too. Lonely women in Chau Doc tells her story at an AIDS Lonely women in Chau Doc, where there is no shortage of patients.

Nearlypeople in Vietnam are HIV-positive. Other patients are drug addicts. And some are women who went to work in Cambodia, then fell into prostitution and got infected that way," she says. But there is some good news: Bay and many others like her are getting treatment, with funds provided by a former enemy, the U.

The funds help pay for anti-retroviral drugs for more than half of the 32, Vietnamese now receiving treatment, including Bay. Three hours downriver is the bustling port city of Can Tho, another familiar name from the war with the Americans. Now, it is a fast-growing, wealthy Lonely women in Chau Doc vibrant city by local standards, and a transportation hub for the delta, where fast boats leave for far-flung river towns every few minutes.

The Vietnam War ended 35 years ago. But on a recent morning, students at Can Tho University learn to field-strip Kalashnikov assault rifles. The drills are mandatory, though less frequent than they were in the past. And these days, the Americans are not the enemy, if Vietnamese bloggers are to be believed, but Vietnam's expansionist neighbor to the north, China.

Fishermen complain of a dwindling catch. But fish farming has grown dramatically in the past decade, and it has helped raise the living standards of many. At feeding time, entrepreneur Nguyen Thi Loan talks about how a few years ago, she started with Lonely women in Chau Doc a single cage. Now, she has more than half a dozen cages and three full-time employees.

She says most of her fish is sold up north in Hanoi, the Vietnamese capital. The country also exports fish to Europe and the U. Nguyen says her Lonely women in Chau Doc used to be known for exporting its daughters — as brides to lonely businessmen from Taiwan — but not so much anymore.

Her main concern now is the river's health. Overdevelopment, she worries, could poison the Mekong and her business. Stan Ponce is central regional director for the U. Geological Survey, one of the conference sponsors. So as we look at long-term restoration of the Mississippi River system, we feel like we have a lot to learn from what's going on in the Mekong River system," Ponce says.

It's a river system that environmentalist Ky Quang Vinh says is now under threat, especially here in Lonely women in Chau Doc. Ky says he is worried about overdevelopment and the dams planned or already built upriver in China, Laos and Cambodia. He is also worried about climate change and the effect rising sea levels and seawater will have on the freshwater of the delta ecosystem.

He is hoping the countries that share the river will work together to protect Lonely women in Chau Doc river as a resource for the future. Thirty miles downriver, we're close to the end of the journey, in the delta town of My Tho. The sunrise is sublime and the mouth of the river is just an hour away by speedboat, when the driver drops a bombshell. He says the river police won't let us go any farther. Foreigners aren't allowed that close to the mouth, just local fisherman, and even they get their papers checked, he says.

No amount of money would change his mind, and with good reason: The police here are a notoriously hard bunch, more Lonely women in Chau Doc lately after frequent clashes with local farmers over land disputes.

In the end, we go back to shore — and find an enterprising taxi driver willing to take us by land. Two hours later, at 9 a. Frankly, it's a bit of a letdown. There is nobody in sight. The beach is dirty; the light too harsh for any good photos.

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It's also a relief to know the river is still, by most accounts, surprisingly healthy — at least for now. To see more, visit https: The Mekong Hot girls getting fucked in Dublin, one of the world's longest waterways, has a long and turbulent history.

From its source in China's central highlands, it passes through six countries as it makes its way to the South China Sea — a journey of nearly 3, miles. In a five-part series, NPR's Southeast Asia correspondent Michael Sullivan journeys the length of the river and tells the story of the people who live along its banks. In the final part, he ends his trip in Vietnam, where the river known locally as the Lonely women in Chau Doc Long, or Nine Dragons, splits before emptying into the South China Sea.

A woman stands in front of a Lonely women in Chau Doc moored near a floating market in Chau Doc, in southern Vietnam near the border with Cambodia. A floating market in Chau Doc further Lonely women in Chau Doc the town to the river. Christopher Brown for NPR. A man catches the last sunlight of the day on the Mekong River in Chau Doc, near the border with Cambodia. Muslim men attend midday prayers at a mosque in Chau Doc. The sermon is delivered in Arabic and the Quran is translated into Vietnamese.

The congregation is small but devout: A woman rakes rice on a street northwest of Chau Doc, near the border with Cambodia.

Vietnam has a rich history of rice production and is the second-largest exporter of rice in the world. A man and a young boy paddle on a quiet evening on the Hau River, also called the Bassac River, a major tributary of the Mekong River that runs through Chau Doc in southern Vietnam. A crowd of motorcycles, piled high with daily goods, crosses the Hau River in Chau Doc. As in neighboring Cambodia, fishermen in Vietnam are worried about a dwindling supply of fish.

A woman stands in front of a houseboat moored near a floating market in Chau Doc. The sun sets on the Mekong River, in the city of My Tho, Vietnam, about an hour away by speedboat from where the river completes its nearly 3,mile journey from the Tibetan plateau to the South China Sea.

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