Photographer's Note

The city of Can Tho isn't packed with lots of interests for visitors, other than a couple of pagodas and temples, and most tourists stop there as a base for visiting the floating market and to take a boat ride through the small canals.

But if you are fascinated by discovering a culture through its daily street life and whereabouts, then it worths to spend 3 or 4 days in the area, as Can Tho is a laid back place with friendly people.

If passing by, don't miss Hot Pot Alley, a narrow street where you will find about a dozen of restaurants offering the same specialty, Can Tho hot pot with fresh fish or seafood from the Mekong, served on a fire cooker at your table. As your soup is cooking, you add your own choice of veggies, herbs and noodles.

It isn't a fancy place, but it's authentic and delicious.

(I'm conscious that the note have nothing to do with the image, but I just had this memory at mind when uploading my photo and I felt nostalgic about it... :-))

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