Food Travel Vietnam

The tasty Vietnamese dish called Cha Ca La Vong

October 18, 2015

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We found ourselves in the capital city of Vietnam in early Autumn. L and I were already expecting how cold it was but woke up the morning after our red eye flight to a cool and sunny day. “It’s going to be a good day,” I muttered to myself. We made plans to meet one of my closest friends when I was in Japan, Minh and her husband for lunch. Hugs and shrieks resounded in the hotel lobby by lunch time. The first few minutes were spent talking about our stay in Japan and being introduced to Hanoi, Minh’s home city.

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