Firstly, whilst admitting that I have no real idea why I am doing it, I am claiming my blog on bloglovin.
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I don't use any reader, so I'm not mourning the loss of Google reader. I just read the blogs I follow from the blogger dashboard. It gives me a nice photo, the header, and a little bit of the text. This makes me happy! But as it's taken so long to get to 89 followers, I'm not risking losing any!!
To continue, here's a few more photos from Vietnam. This time of the street food. People get very excited about street food, but to be honest if you could see the conditions in which much of it is cooked, and you don't have the time or the inclination to risk a dose of the screaming Dhwli-belly, you would probably give eating it a miss! But it does look good, and is so far away from a standard western "meal out", that it is truly fascinating to see.
|Bring on the flies|
On the last evening, we threw caution to the wind, and ate here, mainly because it looked cleaner and more professional, and the chairs were much bigger!
The food here was really great, and so much of it. These prawns were more like lobsters! The atmosphere whilst sitting out in a busy market cum kitchen was fantastic, and was a really good end t the holiday.
So tell me, would you have eaten street food?