Take a bow world. People, pat yourselves on the back. Goodness and decency flourish. Kindness, laughter and generosity of spirit rule. Like Blanche Dubois we are constantly amazed, warmed, delighted and thankful for the generosity and warmth we’ve encountered from total strangers on our travels. Here are some of the stars of our show, people […]Read More The Kindness of Strangers
Nu Eatery Pineapple Salad (Troy NGO) Serves: 4 Easy Vegan + Gluten Free Ingredients Pickled shallots 2 shallots, cut into thin rings ¼ cup water ⅛ cup vinegar 2 slices fresh ginger 1 ½ tbs sugar ½ tsp salt Dressing 1 cup orange juice 1 lime, juice and zest 1 lime (optional) 3 passionfruit 1 […]Read More Dislocated Recipes For Success: Vietnamese Pineapple Salad
HôiAnese Fusión Café – Nū Eatery Down an alley that if you blink you’ll miss (look out for the coconut shrunken heads stall!), opposite the 50s retro Vietnam Sustainable Space (self-help slogans and an old sewing machine in the window) you’ll find the delightful Nū Eatery. It is so hip now that locals eschew it […]Read More Who Nū ?
Dearly beloveds, We’ve skipped through paddy fields, golf courses, resorts and building sites, statuaries and beachfrontage. Hôi An and Da Nang are more or less connected, with just a few dozen acres of rice and chicken runs between their respective urban sprawls. Two final words on Hôi An ( three if you count the word in parenthesis […]Read More Spicy and Hot in Da Nang
Hôi An is an enchanted place, a powerfully beautiful medieval port city that fell asleep 200 years ago and has now awoken, and we, your dislocated hippies, have fallen under its spell. We had arrived a little frazzled from Nha Trang, extricated ourselves from the sleeper bus, and walking like Egyptians, folded ourselves into a […]Read More Hôi An – Man oh Man !
Hōi An ( formerly known by Westerners as “Faifoo”) has a marvellous display of photographs and clothing of the tribal people of the central plains and the hills and mountains north west of Hanoi, (the most famous of whom are the H’Mong). We, your dislocated hippies, are not ethnographers and wouldn’t know a tribal person […]Read More Fabulous tribal fashions in Faifoo