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Tadioto

If you haven’t been to Tadioto then prepare to be wowed. Things don’t get much better than this. 

There isn’t a space in Hanoi that couldn’t learn a thing or two from Nguyen Quy Duc and his infallible Tadioto ( 179 more words

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Hoi An, you indulge me.

We have decided to chill, eat and swim in Hoi An. And we also changed our plans. We have decided to head to Saigon after our lazy days in Hoi An and then head to the beautiful island of Phu Quoc. 18 more words

Green Acres - Trip to Hanoi and Sapa

Bia hoi!

Bun cha, a must eat!

The fabled coconut coffee smoothie.

It had been almost five years since I backpacked through Vietnam as a uni student, and I felt the time was right to return and eat some more. 1,541 more words

Avid

Hanoi'ed: Three Days in Vietnam's Capital

Old Quarter. Rush hour.

Honking motorbikes and scooters, people squeezed everywhere, motorbikes with 14 cases of empty Halida bottles bungee-d precariously to the back wheel, buses, cars, people on people on people on motorbikes 1,831 more words

Ha Long Bay

Diary of a Mad Expat, pt. 9

More from my husband Richard and his observations of Vietnam…get ready for the snark!:)

9 April – 2 May, pt. 2: Old Quarter, Hanoi

“I just want to begin by saying to Roosevelt E. 1,072 more words

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La Place

La Place undoubtedly has the best view of Hanoi’s iconic cathedral so it’s a brilliant surprise that it isn’t an overpriced tourist trap.

If there’s only one good reason to grace La Place with your presence then it’s to occupy one of the three tables on the balcony and take copious amounts of photos… which is basically exactly what we did (see below). 146 more words

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Five Things I Learned From My Stay In Seville

When it comes to traveling in Spain, Madrid and Barcelona get most of the press. But if you have the time, make your way south to Seville, once one of the richest cities in Europe and today still an incredible outdoor museum of old streets and architecture ranging from Roman to Moorish to Baroque and Gothic. 743 more words

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