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Food Advice: Thailand, Laos, Vietnam

dagoose | Apr 29, 200803:25 PM     20

I love to eat (HA! That's why I'm here) and am visiting southeast asia for the first time in November. I like my food so spicy it could kill a small child, I have virtually an iron stomach (many years of traveling, eating street food all over the world) and will eat anything, but I don't want to eat things just becuase they are strange, I just want the best tasting things!

So here is our itinerary: Bangkok, Chang Mai, Luang Prabang, Hanoi. Then we have 12 hours in Seoul on the way home.

Where would you reccomend? I take all comers, so what ever you love, let me know where to find it.

And yes, I know I have like 6 months. But I can't wait!

Where should I go? What dishes should I not miss?

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