We watched these men at work for quite sometime as they slaved under a cruel sun building a seawall amongst the tide pools and rocks jutting out into the Bien Dong Sea.
They carefully carried one stone out at a time, stacked them, then covered them with cement.
The cement was made with sea water, and the workers hands were washed after each stone was set into place in tide pools teaming with living creatures.
Unused cement dust from the bags was callously thrown over barnacle and mussel covered rocks.
All in a day's work...