|Refrigeration is for weenies|
|This guy fell out of his water|
|It took the lady about 10 seconds to skin and bone one eel|
|So much amazing fruit, the green ones at the bottom center are actually oranges|
From Ho Chi Minh we moved on to Hoi An in the middle of the country on the coast. Here we had an amazing time at the Green Bamboo cooking school with Mrs Van.
|First we arrive at the Market|
|Mrs Van picking out snails, she didn't like them, but we insisted|
|Fresh greens and herbs, yum.|
|Cau Lau noodles at the market, a Hoi An specialty|
After our morning at the market, we made our way to Mrs. Van's house to prepare our dishes.
|Not really what you want to see on your honeymoon|
|Lemongrass, fresh turmeric, garlic, chilies and five spice|
|Such a nice lady|
|Pork marinading for Cau Lau noodles|
|Vietnamese knife skills test|
|Stir fried snails with garlic, lemongrass, turmeric, chilies|
|Tossing in some fresh vietnamese mint|
|a delish starter, great on shrimp crackers|
|Clay pot fish prepared by Pierre who was visiting from Lyon, France|
|This was the dish I made, stir fried squid|
|Mike from Portland stir fries some garlic chili shrimp with honey|
|Time for a gluttonous lunch!|
|Jill prepared this Cau Lau noodle dish from start to finish and it was amazing.|
Still in Hoi An, at the market and around town.
|Clams in lemongrass broth at a french restaurant, they even had Foie Gras|
The best banh mi we had in Vietnam was in Hoi An. So good that we went back the next day for another one.
From Hoi An we move on to Ha Long Bay.
|Our ship, The Dragons Pearl|
|Sadly the Vietnamese government made all the cruise lines paint their ships white|
|Hand carved from a pumpkin|
|The cave where we had a wonderful dinner our last night on the Bay|
Finally we found ourselves in Bangkok where we found the street food to be more accessible.
|These ladies only sell sticky rice with mango, so yum|
|I ate of this pork, it was amazing|
|Me eating of my pork|
|Taking a picture of my pork|
|Bruce and I attack a Red Snapper|
There was obviously more food eaten on our trip, we just didn't take pictures of all of it. Soon we will add the rest of the picture from our adventure to the web for all to enjoy, until then here a few more random pictures.
|McDelivery, for when you can't be bothered to get off your ass for a Big Mac|
|Bruce enjoying Dim Sum at Hong Kong International|
|Lurking behind every bush in Vietnam and Thailand, The Colonel is quite popular over there.|
|Our drink of choice, fresh watermelon shake, add vodka for a good time|
|It's easy to know where you are in Vietnam, each city has it's own beer|