Noodle seller at Le Loi Street, Hue Noodle seller at Le Loi Street, Hue
19 Aug 2012

This street vendor sold noodle on the humble pavement along the Le Loi Street, parallel to the Perfume River. It was early in the morning. We were just walking out from the guest house wondering where to eat breakfast when we stumbled upon this makeshift stall. It was local noodles, herbs and gravy. Simple, delicious and cheap. Even though we had paid more as non-locals.

Le Loi Street is just across the river from the Citadel in Hue. The Forbidden Purple City, a citadel-within-a-citadel, resides inside the larger Citadel. The Nguyen emperors once ruled Vietnam from within the six meters high walls that run 2.5km in length around the Imperial Enclosure. The Citadel's wall is two meters thick and 10km long.

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