Ha Long Bay from a kayak
A dream coming true…
Every weekend from around 7pm every the streets running north from Hang Dao are closed to traffic (almost) and vendors set up stalls selling all kinds of things and food at the Hanoi Weekend Night Market. The Old Quarter functions as a very charming backdrop for all the little stalls. It is mainly a place toContinue reading “Another night – Another market”
Ha Long Bay The Fine Arts Museum of Hanoi is much concerned of the folk narratives of a nation in defence.
The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is an important historical attraction, made to honor the national hero: President Ho Chi Minh.
The Hoan Kiem Lake is surrounding the Ngoc Son Temple, a small pagoda sitting in the centre of a tiny island.
We are staying in a hotel in the Old Quarter and by day one we are already fascinated by its charm, food, smells, noise, traffic chaos and mobile vendors of these small 36 streets.
Our first destination in Vietnam is Hanoi. The capital of Vietnam since 1976 and a city that is build up around the Red River and is thousands of years old. Hanoi is a relatively compact city and all the sights are very closely located, making it easy have have an overview in just a coupleContinue reading “Good Morning Vietnam”