This coconut Gelato looks so great that I can not go around, which costs 55,000 dong. So refreshing and cooling down the body heat for a couple of 10 mins.
The world famous theme cafe featuring the Viet-Cong soldiers with colours matching to them. Cong cafe is sort of “I have been here thing” rather than for a serious cafe experience.
In the vicinity of St.Joseph’s Cathedral in the western side of Lake Hoan-Kiem there are a few cheap guest houses and eateries.
Lovely old house, oozing out aging charm.
Lake Hoan-Kiem sees lots of artists doing a portrait or a photo-to-sketch art.
In the damp heat the lake is an oxygen dispenser for the district. Strolling around the lake gives you a great comfort with scenes of locals kill their time under the shade.
There is a small island in the lake that is connected by an archway.
This resembles Chinese garden , bridge, water and feng-sui? .
French group tourists listening to their guide in French.
North-eastern side of the lake packs with a lot of cafes, cheap hotels and myriads of souvenir shops, and I sit for fixing my dehydration problem.
Tell me if you know a better thirst quencher than this mango smoothie with ice.
The name conjures up an image of a secret Communist party meeting, Mao’s Red Lounge. A drinking den.
Hanoi’s real charm is hidden out in the small alley ways around the local’s life. This market is at under the railway line.
Having my last Bun-Cha here in the market with a filtered cafe(coffee) for 45,000 dong.
On the way to the Long-Bien bus exchange terminus.
Buddism exists every corner in Vietnam, if you are out on street your car can be the alter like this.
Here I take a local bus No 17 to Noi-Bai airport.
Wives chatting while their husbands are sweating fixing a motor bike behind them.
Low cost carrier Vietjet air welcomes passengers this way to cut the cost.
Bring your conical hat anywhere and that’s going to make a photogenic moment on anything.
Hanoi’s got Bia-Hoi on the street and of course Bia Hanoi if you prefer a bottled beer.
Bia Saigon replaces the fame in the south.
A rice meal at the airport before boarding for Saigon, and I think I’m tuned for a street food. This doesn’t do anything on my taste bud.
We got mint, raspberry in the men’s toilet cistern but first time ever with a pineapple.
I’m flying to Saigon or Ho Chi Min city, the city of great contrast to the north. See you there.