Very nice experience. Started with a welcome drink, followed by showing us how they traditionally hull rice, then how they separate the hulls, and then liquefy the rice to make the rice paper. Then we each took turns making one. We then made spring rolls with out 'rice pancake'. All in all we made 4 dishes and had a locally made sesame pudding for dessert. We parted ways with the folks going back by boat some time around 2pm I think and hopped on our bikes, but not before visiting a local home and seeing how sleeping mats are woven. The bike pace was very leisurely with several stops along the way to see rice wine production, a temple, how basket boats are made and used with an opportunity to try it out, and saw how they do shell inlay. One thing I really appreciated about this tour was that there was 0 pressure to buy anything ever.