Three days later

Washing the mud off

Been busy eating and drinking and catching up with friends. Hoi An is as charming as it was last year, despite the intermittent rain we've been having, and the food is even more splendid than I remember. I'm thinking I need to start running food tours here --- sign up in the comments if you're interested.

So far on this trip, in between restaurant visits and chilling out in cafes, I've attended a "death anniversary lunch" (i.e. commemorative feast for deceased ancestors) and a Vietnamese wedding (i.e. feast for the wedding couple). The home-cooked food has been great --- who knew that bun and beef stew could taste that good --- as has the exquisite restaurant fare, and I'm wondering why I don't just move here so I can have tip-top meals round the clock.

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At 11/09/2009 11:46 pm , Blogger jude said...

I would totally sign up for the tour! But I also have an existential need to eat at the Saigon Lunch Lady's streetside stand! (http://gastronomyblog.com/2008/08/09/meet-the-lunch-lady/)

At 11/10/2009 7:35 am , Blogger Tym said...

Okay, next time you want to go to Hoi An and eat up a storm, let me know!


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