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-Photos and Soundscapes from our journey in Indochina-

celebration

Press play* While spending time in the Zoo of Saigon, which was totally crowded with kids running from one cage to another, I heard some glimpse of music from a nearby hut and peeked in. Suddenly I was in the … Continue reading

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kauppa käy

Press play* One thing that everybody comes across is shopping. Thousands, millions of stores and services. Once in a while there are also street sellers passing by, but also the mentality of the people could act like a swarm of agents, … Continue reading

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monk calling

press play* In Saigon we were staying on a rooftop room with a small terrace in the tourist district. Just opposite of us there was a beautiful building, a buddhist center, with a nice garden. As far as I can … Continue reading

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nervous system

press play* The remarkable tight traffic of Saigon with its low sound of the thousands and thousands of motorbikes ( honda, suzukis, kawasakis…bumble bees) and their loud traffichorns, the attention beep. A few cars (taxis) or buses are peaking out … Continue reading

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bluegrazz

press play*   One day I woke up to this Music coming from outside through the balcony, from the street, slowly getting louder and than vanishing again in the traffic noise. A blind woman singing and a blind man picking … Continue reading

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the race

press play* After hours of cycling in the calm countryside we approached a bridge upon we suddenly realized that we landed in the center of a total new scenery, and also the reason why it was rather silent before. People … Continue reading

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magneetti

Press play* Biking the dusty little roads. Rice fields, little villages, chickens and waterbuffalos on the way, many many schools with smiling kids, “hello, hello!” Man playing a vietnamese hilly-billy music and selling candies. But actually it was more us … Continue reading

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