A beautiful sunrise welcomed us once again this morning, and our regular Tai Chi class proved a very popular way to limber up for the day’s events. Our excursion for the day took us into Chau Doc, a small city near the Cambodian border where fish farming is the primary industry. On board one of the many floating houses along the river banks, we learn about the logistics of the industry – how fish food is made, how long the fish are raised and when they are harvested. Afterwards we head into the town itself and make our way through the local market which is an assault on the senses. Fresh fruit and vegetables, a wide range of fresh cuts of meat, and a smorgasbord of fish, whether they be gutted, dried or still alive. Finally, we end our visit to Chau Doc with a brisk city tour on cycle rickshaws, which offer a relatively smooth ride as our column winds its way through the bustling traffic.