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Caroline Mills
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Travel & lifestyle writer, blogger, occasional editor, hotel inspector and sassy scribbler. Hoi An Vietnam
Travel & lifestyle writer, blogger, occasional editor, hotel inspector and sassy scribbler. Hoi An Vietnam

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Le Domaine de Tam Hai, Tam Ky.
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2014-06-22
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The beautiful Villa Song, Saigon.
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2014-06-22
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Great little local street bar and local music venue near the lantern market on An Hoi, Hoi An. Also showing the world cup.
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2014-06-19
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Gourmet Hoi An Adventure Tours
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Dishes and Details - for a DIY Street Food Tour of Hoi An
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Hoi An Street Food Guide
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Hoi An Street Food - the dish details to accompany the map.

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Hoi An Street Food Guide
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Tra Que Villlage Hoi An.
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2014-05-18
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Hoi An Street Food. Oc Hut - Sucking Snails.
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A speciality of Da Nang; Oc Hut (which translates literally to sucking snail) has become increasingly popular amongst the young crowd in Hoi An.
These delicious small river snails are soaked in water for a few hours before being flash fried with lemongrass and chilli (it's one of the central regions spiciest dishes).
The sucking snail title? It's in the eating! To make the most of the flavour place your lips around the opening and suck out the snail meat. If this doesn't produce results gently suck the smaller end and try again. 
The best Oc Hut stalls in Hoi An are all located in a tight cluster near the traffic lights at the junction where Ly Thuong Kiet meets Hai Ba Trung Street. Vendors open in the afternoon until the early evening.
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