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    Dispatches from the Mekong

    Travel Weekly’s Michelle Baran traveled on the Cambodia-Vietnam itinerary for Ama Waterways’ new ship, the AmaLotus. Pictured here, the AmaLotus on the Mekong River. Photos by Michelle Baran. Posted: Nov. 10, 2011

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    A stateroom aboard the AmaLotus.

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    Serving up Asian delights for lunch onboard the AmaLotus.

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    Ama Waterways' AmaLotus.

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    Ama Waterways passengers ride motorboats across Tonle Sap Lake to board the AmaLotus for the inaugural downstream sailing.

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    The Tonle Sap Lake floating village community in Cambodia.

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    Children at the Ama Waterways-sponsored English-language school in Siem Reap, Cambodia.

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    Ama executives, from left: Jimmy Murphy, Ama co-founder; Susan Murphy, Ama board member; Kristin Karst, Ama co-founder; and Rudi Schreiner, Ama co-founder, with children and teachers at the school.

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    Children at the Orphans & Disabled Art Association, or ODA, complex wave goodbye.

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    Cambodia's Angkor Wat temple complex.

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    Angkor Thom, an ancient temple at Angkor Wat.

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    Holding cells at Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, also known as the notorious security prison 21 (S-21) and killing fields in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

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    A sign informs visitors to refrain from smiling at S-21.

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    Photos of some of the S-21 victims.

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    Life along the Mekong in Vietnam.

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    Rickshaws line up for Ama passengers in Tan Chau, Vietnam.

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    Ama co-founders Kristin Karst and Rudi Schreiner show passengers how to ride their oxcarts.

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    The rickshaw drivers take the group of more than 100 passengers straight through a street-side Vietnamese wedding.

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