Sunday, November 24, 2019, 10:07 GMT+7 Tuoi Tre
A while back I wrote about all the activities routinely taking place on sidewalks, preparing travellers to cope with the endless commotion that turns a relaxing stroll into a game of hopscotch and a mad dash down the gauntlet (Read here).One example of the clutter is a cafe that uses the sidewalk to wash and dry dishes, prepare vegetables, store mops, garbage, brooms, and write letters to faraway relatives. I reported they have everything but the kitchen sink out on the sidewalk (an expression meaning a lot of items), then later realized the kitchen sink is right there too, in the midst of the hubbub!
An alert (yet obviously skeptical) reader challenged me on the kitchen sink, so I submit proof positive for your enlightenment herewith. There’s that damn sink, sitting right on the sidewalk: