Many foreign tourists have flocked to a century-old covered bridge outside Hue City not only to see one of the only two covered bridges in Vietnam, but to also get their fortune told by an old Vietnamese palmist.
Everyday, Tran Thi Dieu, 64, takes a trip to the Thanh Toan bridge from her home in Thanh Thuy Chanh commune of Thua Thien-Hue province, to read the past, present and future of her foreign customers’ palms, in her pidgin English, which she picked up when she was young.
Thanh Toan bridge
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