I am going to Hanoi, Vietnam in late November and I would love to see some of the cacao farms there I hear so much about while I'm there. I haven't been able to turn up any leads there yet through people I know in Vietnam, or chocolate people in the US, but I know that you Chocolate Lifers will come through for me.
If possible, I'd prefer to visit smaller farms that are focused on quality beans, not quantity as Clay has mentioned seems to be their direction. I have seen cacao farms in Mexico, Hawaii (including my front yard!), Bali, Brazil, Ecuador, and Peru, so it'd be great to compare Vietnam to all these.
Thanks in advance for any tips!