Logistical Solutions through the Mekong

When roads, bridges and railroad tracks are lacking, boats form often the only way to get from A to B.
The Mekong River and all its distributary channels in Laos form perfect aquatic motor- and highways for a nation that derives many of its natural resources from this dominant river.
Families living along these riverbanks mostly own one small, non-motorized boat, used primarily for fishing, visiting larger towns. Once sailing over these waterways, visitors to this land-locked country will definitely see these paddling locals going on with their daily lives.

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