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Catching my breath in Hanoi, Vietnam

After an amazing 3 weeks in Laos with my travel partner, Vivien and the dutch boys, we were ready to continue our journey to another country, Vietnam! 1,097 more words

Women's Museum of Vietnam-Hanoi

The Vietnam Women’s Museum is a world-class project, a brilliant and poignant collection of photographs, objects common to village life, depictions of custom and women’s roles in village life, also including a wide array of ethnic textiles. 550 more words


Hanoi, Vietnam: Hanoi Sights

Vietnam Day 3: Hanoi,  Trấn Quốc Pagoda, Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and self guided walking tour of Hanoi sights.

We decided to go on a self guided walking tour of Hanoi’s main sites starting with Văn Miếu – Quốc Tử Giám 文廟. 644 more words


The big Indochina trip: hanging out in Hanoi 

We’ve spent several days in Hanoi taking on the sights at a relaxed pace and generally just kind of hanging out in the city, walking around in the old quarter. 885 more words


Hanoi again

6 December 2001

Went to see Uncle Ho today, “where he lives now”, ie in his mausoleum. I think I may now have the full set of pickled Communist leaders: Lenin, Mao and now Ho Chi Minh. 219 more words


Vietnam 2016 - Trip Report 13


No real sleep in today, but not up that early, either.

That plan for the day?

Ticking off another thing from my list. Well, a couple of things, actually. 3,862 more words


Vietnam: Day 3

Our last day in Hanoi!

The weather was still gloomy at that point, but the cold weather was such a blessing because we just walked all over the city that day. 2,455 more words