A painting woven from mountain stones near Tam Coc Ninh Binh

From above, the boats are like small dots, dotted on the background of a woven picture of mountain rocks, green rice and water. Looking at the four sides are different scenes. In front is the campus of Mua Mountain with a lake and bonsai; On the right and behind are the Ngo Dong stream and towering mountains in Tam Coc Ninh Binh, on the left are endless rice fields and peaceful villages. In the middle of the river, it seems like the singing of the boatmen can be heard, mixed with the sound of the water roof and the wind reaching the top of the mountain. After hesitating for a while, we also had to lower the mountain to visit the rest of the places.

On the left side of Mua mountain near Tam Coc Ninh Binh, there is a pine cave with two ends as a place for tourists to rest. There is a small path located at the beginning of the cave with the name Ngoc stream. In fact, it was an underground river in a cave that I just dared to stand by the water’s edge. Looking at the light at the end of the cave, I figured it would open somewhere but because there was no light, we just stopped in the middle of the cave and turned back. The other side of the cave is a rice field and a small dirt road around the foot of the mountain with a signpost “walk to see Tam Coc”. The previous showers made the road muddy. No one goes here because the road is out of sight with reeds growing taller than people’s heads. The deeper you go, the more the road is submerged in mud.

In the end, we could only watch the river from afar, hidden behind a field. In just over a month, the whole field will be covered with a golden color, tourists sitting on the boat will be released in the scenery of the mountains, covered with yellow rice in Tam Coc Ninh Binh. Occasionally, a few passengers on the boat saw us and called out to us. It feels like a different world from which you can calmly watch the winding river about to drop into the mountain cave. We walked out in the afternoon sunlight that was casting shadows on the yard surrounded by Mua Mountain and the cave. In the middle of the yard is an ancient mossy green lake with a bridge across the river and ancient sycamore trees shadowing the lake. The scenery is still so beautiful that tourists can’t bear to leave.

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