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· White Water Rafting on the Zambesi River

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· Canoe Safari down the Zambesi River

· Sorting out the Sinks in the Money Laundering Game

· The Charge of the Deadly Cape Buffalo

· Transitional Countries-Financial Crisis Looms

· Money Laundering

· Survival-Life in Cambodia


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My Street in Hanoi
By John W McCoy
Posted: Tuesday, July 10, 2001
Last edited: Saturday, November 27, 2010
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TRAN QUOC TOAN is our street, our home in Hanoi. Everyone in Hanoi seems to know the street, its history and its people. We were accepted by our neighbours as one of them. The weather, at times, is unpredictable but in between the torrential rains the days are pleasant. We take advantage of the clear times and wander our street, shopping or just talking with the people living in the neighbourhood who we know well. The smiles are always there and it is good to be part of scenery.

  


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Reviewed by Theresa Koch 8/9/2004
This was very interesting bringing me to the moment...
Reviewed by m j hollingshead 8/2/2003
enjoyed the read

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