Today was about rice and boats.
Our trip coincided with one of the rice harvesting periods in central Vietnam, so we saw lots of ripe fields and harvested rice being dried.
The Vietnamese typically dry their rice in the road, which is flat and warm—even, if that means having the occasional car or bicycle ride through it.
In case you want to see what a sea of rice plants looks like, watch this:
Other things we saw: a shrimp farm; boats; water plants; propaganda.
We ended the day in a village called Tam Quan, which is known for its fishing boat repair yard.