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Tuesday, 13 May 2008



glad you were able to see the market before it is moved indoors.


Hi Kat - Yes, we were quite glad to see it this way.

ed (from Yuma)

Don't apologize for the long posts. Great stuff.

Wandering Chopsticks

Such a colorful post as always.

BTW, the story of Tam and Cam is the VNese Cinderella. It's got a bloody ending though!

Captain Jack

I am kinda afraid to ask...but what is that hanging there indicating the area for horse?


No apologies needed for a beautiful post! It made me laugh because as "Chewy, mystery meat filled, greasy, fried sticky rice cakes" might make some feel queasy, it makes me want one!


Hi Ed - Thanks, i'm glad you enjoyed the post.

Hi WC - Sheesh, let's see, death and reincarnation, skinning of birds, jumping into a pot of boiling water, and the Step-mom finding the skull of her daughter in the bottom of the pot! K-Dramas ain't got nothin' on that story. ;o)

Hi CJ - You know, I neever asked Thinh.....looks like stomach, or maybe colon?

Hi Sharon - LOL! You really want one after that? You're tough.....


yeah I love hearing about this stuff and all of the pictures are great of all the locals and scenes of the market... definitely we like hearing the details! python fat and what was that leather covered nautilus looking thing anyway?


Hi FH - I believe that was either a horse stomach or colon.....doesn't that get those gastric juices flowing?? ;o)


Great post I guess pig's blood soup isn't "fear factor" enough? ;-)


Hi Billy - I guess.....


*sob* that puppy dog looks so cute....


Hi Rachel - Yes, just don't ask.....

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