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Katrina

OH MY GOD I CAN'T BELIEVE THERE'S NO PICTURE OF THE BRA CABINET!

Yeah yeah, bun cha, blah blah blah. Blackened edges. Slurp slurp. Avoid the blood cakes.

SHOW ME THE TITTIE HOLDERS!

Tabitha

I love cycling through bun cha smoke in Winter; even more warming than a blast of exhaust from a Hanoi bus.

Sticky

Katrina - You're as twisted as I am; I do have a photo on my phone ;-)

Tabitha - I do wonder about my lungs after 10 years here :-0

Chris

I want to see a photo of that bra vitrine too! :D
Mmmm, bun cha, how I'd love to dig my chopsticks into a bowlful of blackened grilled pork right now.

cdb

Katrina, you are too dang funny! Those were my thoughts exactly. How about if you, I and Chris start a petition to have that bra cabinet featured on the blog?

Sarah

So where is the picture of the bra cabinet? That's the best part!

rc helicopter

Impressive blog! -Arron

beteltree

You don't know me, but I also vote for a pic of the "titty holders."

Allison Thorn

Yum can't wait to have authentic Bun Cha again, will be in Hanoi again in November

Jeffrey

Absolutely epic vist with Mark himself...I have actually become slight depressed as I need to have another bowl of this magical brew but alas I am in Cambodia having sweaty dreams about this dish. I may re-book my flight back to London through Hanoi just for one more bowl.

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