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Through my eyes: the streets of Hanoi, Vietnam

I really liked Hanoi – it was just the right mix of crazy and busy and so much to see. The food was unreal, particularly the street food scene. I felt that the people...


The Stranger I Wrote a Letter to in Hanoi

When I was in Hanoi, I decided I should check out Giang Cafe, the birthplace of a local culinary invention called egg coffee. On Monday evening, I took note to try it...

Egg Coffee? Welcome to Vietnam!

As you may already suspected, coffee emerged in Vietnam (link) with the arrival of french and dutch in the 18th and 19th centuries and the vietnamese adopted the...


Hanoi in One Day!

Before arriving in Hanoi, I have already booked a two-way airport transfer going to and from my hotel. I made a couple of enquiries online until I found the cheapest...

Great Coffee and Food in Hanoi, Vietnam

Hanoi has some awesome restaurants with a wide variety of Vietnamese and Non-Vietnamese food. There is also an amazing selection of coffee shops with a wide selection of...


The Presidential Palace

A reminder of contribution of French to Hanoi’s architectural beauty.


36 old streets and guilds

Life in the narrow lanes of the Old Quarter, Hanoi’s most popular neighborhood, is hectic and noisy. Each street has specialized in a certain type of craft, and...


Guards of the past

Hanoi’s historic district of Ba Dinh Square contains the cultural heritage of the country: the Temple of Literature (Vietnam’s first university), the Ho Chi Minh...


The pavements of Vietnam

In the Western world, pavements are used for walking or parking. In Vietnam they are used for business. You need a haircut? Sit down on that tiny plastic chair and 5...

Got 24 Hours in Hanoi ?

Hanoi was last stop of our Vietnam travel and we had only 24 hours to explore this beautiful city before wrapping up . Below are few of our experience and tips on what...

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