Yesterday we went to a fish farm, where they were raising catfish to sell. We took a boat to get there, because it was another floating village. They had a platform over the fish cage, which had "fresh" water (I use that term loosely) flowing through it.
We had to climb of our boat, walk across another boat, to get to the farm. You can't even imagine how rickety these places are that we climb up and down over, with strong arms holding us so we don't fall. It is unreal.
A typical transfer looks like this - On the left is the ladder from the big boat, then take a big step to the next boat, walk across that and then step over to the third boat!
We passed a floating market where people bring there houseboats loaded with a produce, then sell them wholesale. Can you imagine living on this boat? They are poor and most can't afford to send their kids to school.