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Hanoi Postcard No. 5: A Real Cold Fish

This week’s postcard is based on a real-life event: a sweet, thoughtful gesture that turned distinctly fishy.

When the opportunity arises, of course you should pay two drunk fishermen for a boat tour around Hanoi’s largest lake. You just wouldn’t expect part of that experience to include being bitch-slapped by a Tay Ho tilapia. 

 Check it out below (click image to flip for text):


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