A rural wet market of Vietnam   1 comment


A rural wet market of Vietnam
This is the outskirt of Da Lat of Central Highlands of Vietnam. A typical market selling vegetables, fruits, fishes and meat. The pineapples are said to be very sweet but when we wanted to make a purchase, these were already sold out. However, the only objectionable thing to our culture was the sale of dog meat. The head of the dog was placed on the butcher’s table. Thinking back to the old days when there was a war between the North Vietnamese and the South Vietnamese aided by the Americans, food might be scarce and dog meat was probably added to the table, my opinion.

SP Lim


Tomorrow – Monday, 1 June, 2015 I shall publish the blog on the Grand Post Office of Ho Chi Minh City/Saigon, Vietnam dedicated to the late father Mr. Fernand Linet of my good friend Bertrand Linet.

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  1. The rural parts are always the best.

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