Wherever we go, we always check out the local market place for many reasons: It's the best way to feed our 'cultural buzz' addiction. If you haven't noticed, Eric and I are both foodies, and are naturally curious to what everyone else in the world is eating. Also, Eric loves to barter with the locals, while to his dismay I am always willing to pay more.
Vietnamese markets are really clean.
There is so much variety of produce here in Dalat because every inch of land has rich soil growing something.
Chicken anyone? Neck, head and feet included!
What's good for the goose is not good for the gander...
The butcher's area was a large covered room with
table after table of animal parts piled or hung like a meet locker.
Watching the butchers cut up the animals almost turned me into a vegetarian! We live in such bliss in America....our meat doesn't resemble the sweet animal it once was.
Live snakes or some kind of eel?
Spices by the bulk. Costco doesn't even come close.
Hardware...every thing Home Depot has but in a 5 '3 area.