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. ribon-tack-13x13.gif (113 bytes)   This page will display recent photographs that are furnished to us of Can Tho, Vietnam.  .
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This area is being started with recent photographs of Can Tho that are being provided to us by Joe O'Donnell and his wife Miss Tuyet, from their visits back to Can Tho
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153.  The fountain at the end of Hoa Binh Avenue.  The two flag poles fly the red flag yellow star Vietnamese communist flag and the hammer and sickle flag of the communists.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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154.  The Buddhist Pagoda on Hoa Binh Avenue, just past the Mekong Hotel street.  Towards the Eaking Compound, this temple was on the left a block from the Hotel.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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155.  The Buddhist Pagoda on Hoa Binh Avenue.  The main altar on the second floor.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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156.  The Buddhist Pagoda on Hoa Binh Avenue.  Inside the urn room, where cremated remains are kept.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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157.  Cyclo driver being paid.  Some things just do not change.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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158.  Typical small neighborhood store.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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159.  Street cleaning in Can Tho.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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160.  High school students breaking for lunch.  The white Ao Dai is the traditional school dress/uniform.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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161.  The Can Tho Footwear Company factory, located just past the Can Tho Airfield on the first road to the left.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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162.  A local courthouse located almost across the road from the main gate to the airfield.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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163.  A private upscale school and boarding house located on the first road to the left past the airfield.  It is across the street from the Can Tho Footwear Co. 
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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164.  The small bridge between Can Tho and Ben Xi Moi.  Old view.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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165.  View off the canal bridge between Can Tho and Ben Xi Moi.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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166.  Hoa-Binh Avenue in Can Tho.  Half way toward the Eakin Compound from the Mekong Hotel street area, looking back towards town.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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167.  Hoa-Binh Avenue in Can Tho.  Between Eakin Compound and the Mekong Hotel, looking towards Eakin.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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168.  Hoa-Binh Avenue in Can Tho.  Across the from the street where the Mekong Hotel was located, looking towards the fountain and the way to the airfield.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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169.  Hoa-Binh Avenue in Can Tho.  Standing at the end of Hoa-Binh Ave looking past the fountain towards the area of the Mekong Hotel.  The road to the right is to the airfield.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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170.  Hoa-Binh Avenue in Can Tho.  A bicycle repair pit stop along the Hoa Binh Ave.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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171.  A shot looking back at Can Tho city from across the river.  The view is of the market area above the waterfront park.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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172.  Another shot looking back at Can Tho city from across the river.  The view is of the market area above the waterfront park.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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173.  From the waterfront park looking back across the river at some of the large billboard signs that are spolling the natural view.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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174.  Pictures along the river by Can Tho showing that there still exist some very hard living conditions .
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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175.  Pictures along the river by Can Tho showing that there still exist some very hard living conditions .
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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176.  Pictures along the river by Can Tho showing that there still exist some very hard living conditions .
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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177.  Pictures along the river by Can Tho showing that there still exist some very hard living conditions .
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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178.  Pictures along the river by Can Tho showing that there still exist some very hard living conditions .
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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179.  Pictures along the river by Can Tho showing that there still exist some very hard living conditions .
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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180.  Pictures along the river by Can Tho showing that there still exist some very hard living conditions.  This is open drainage, just the other side of the billboards across the river from Can Tho.  Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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181.  Joe O'Donnell next to the Bassac River at Can Tho.
 
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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182.  Looking back at Can Tho from across the river.  The trees of the waterfront park can be seen just above the boats.   Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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183.  The small boats still crisscross the river.   
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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184.  Three sample pictures of the new colorful Vietnamese Ao Dai dress. 
Co Thoar   
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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185.  Three sample pictures of the new colorful Vietnamese Ao Dai dress. 
Co Thuy   
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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186.  Three sample pictures of the new colorful Vietnamese Ao Dai dress. 
Tuyet O'Donnell in center with daughters Rose on the left and Sandra on the right.   
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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187.  Four views of the Can Tho skyline.   
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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188.  Four views of the Can Tho skyline.   
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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189.  Four views of the Can Tho skyline.   
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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190.  Four views of the Can Tho skyline.   
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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191.  Three photographs of the new unopened bridge spanning the river at Can Tho.   
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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192.  Three photographs of the new unopened bridge spanning the river at Can Tho.   
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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193.  Three photographs of the new unopened bridge spanning the river at Can Tho.   
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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194.  Three more photographs of the waterfront park at Can Tho.  Ho Chi Minh statue.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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195.  Three more photographs of the waterfront park at Can Tho.   A view of the waterfront park from the International Hotel restaurant.
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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196.  Joe and Tuyet O'Donnell at the waterfront park at twilight. 
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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197.  Tuyet O'Donnell at the end of Hoa-Binh Ave. This park is across from the fountain, just at the left turn to the airfield road. 
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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198.  Joe O'Donnell at the end of Hoa-Binh Ave. This park is across from the fountain, just at the left turn to the airfield road. 
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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199.  Small stand, mostly cigarettes, gum, and soft drinks.  The handkerchief over the nose and mouth is to keep the dust out. 
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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200.  A street in Can Tho that has undergone redevelopment.  All new style houses. 
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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201.  The main traffic circle in Vinh Long. 
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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202.  The main traffic circle in Vinh Long. 
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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203.  The main traffic circle in Vinh Long. 
Photo by: Joe O'Donnell 2001
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