Excerpt of The Beauty of Humanity Movement by Camilla Gibb
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Mr. and Mrs. Henri Levesque have just entered the lobby, putting an end to this introspection. "You've slept well?" Tu asks. "Had a satisfactory breakfast? You have enjoyed some of the amenities of the hotel such as the free Wi-Fi? You have your camera in your bag there? This is our driver, Phuong, and he will be taking us to the ethnic minority craft villages this morning. First in our journey, we will be crossing the Red River via one of the city's three bridges. The Red River comes to us from China through the Honghe Autonomous Prefecture in Yunnan Province and runs in a southeasterly direction for a total of 1,175 kilometers before emptying itself in the Gulf of Tonkin."
"Really," mumbles Phuong, as he leads the couple down the steps toward the van.
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