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#WanderlustWednesday: Vietnam

If I could, I would travel eating my way around the globe. I know that many people have done so but that would be my absolute dream.
Food has a strong connection with a country and its culture. It can define the way a person lives and how they carry themselves.
As you may know by now, I am a foodie in the making. I love most foods. I pretty much abhor peas in every form and I am not a fan of papaya, but besides that, I’m down to try anything. There’s no use in casting something aside if you’ve never even given it a chance.

All of that to say, I would love to go to Vietnam.

I was recently reading ‘A Chef’s Tour’ by Anthony Bourdain. I quite a fan of good ol’ Tony. I know that this book is a bit old but I was captivated from the very beginning to the last page. I would love to do what he did in the book. He traveled the world to find the “Perfect Meal”. Although he visited many countries he kept going back to Vietnam.
The way in which he described the country, the people, the markets and of course the food, made me want to jump on a plane and head out to the far east.













Of course its probably not one of the top places that you would think of going to but even though it may have its history and not always the safest, its still one place that I would love to explore around. I mean, I would love to have pho in its home country. Plus, it has some absolutely beautiful

Travel & Leisures Ulimate Food Guide to Vietnam