20th March 2013: We have reached Da Lat! The weather is so welcoming when we reached there. So different from Ho Chi Minh City. The weather is much cooler, or should I say COLDER! One can feel the heat only between 12noon to about 4pm or so. Before and after which, the weather reminded me [...] read more »
Its Dinner Time! Though my favourite seafood, crabs, was not ordered, this IS THE MOST ENJOYABLE SEAFOOD dinner I had ever had.yet! A place perfect for the short legged. So my kids felt EXTREMELY COMFORTABLE, as it reminded them of their days in Kindergarten as it was stools that we sat on in the Seafood [...] read more »
The commenter from my previous post made me realised that some of you might be interested to contact my friend, to organise a private Vietnam trip for you and your family/friends. Here is his main sales enquiry email : email@example.com Ok! Lets begin our post for today. We are still on the second day of [...] read more »
BACKDATED POST : 19th March 2013 Okie dokie, had a short break from the series of Vietnam posts, now I am back to share more I hope I could illustrate to the best of my ability of our experience in the Cu Chi Tunnels as photos and videos could tell so much but you HAVE [...] read more »
A garden clock dedicated to the first millennium of the city of Hanoi.
This Garden Clock located within the Hoan Kiem Lake area at the Public Park. With its strategic location at the tourist spot in the centre of Hanoi; it has became a popular symbolic of Hanoi city.
It is a functional clock, approximately two metres in diameter, at ground level, and near horizontal in orientation.
The clock was given to the city of Hanoi by the cities of Bern and Geneva in order to celebrate the millennium of Hano... read more »
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Getting around may cause so much hussle..with the bad traffic and many motorbikes on the road. Thats how HANOI is.. Well, actually you can just going around on foot, most of the places/attraction are nearby within the reach by walking distance. My experience: Airport to old quarter by taxi USD$17 (1hour journey) Some may offer higher rate like USD$20-30 So, my advice, use the meter taxi outside the airport or ask for the rates. DO NOT go to the agency booth that try to make money out of you. Just because... read more »
These time I really packed light and go hike! For 9 days travelling usage. Only the necessary item to be brought with me and there is nothing worried about extra baggage or whatsoever... Apart from that, I switched my mindset from shopping traveller to scenic addict so I can be born wild and explore the nature as much as I want... As I took the 6.30pm evening plane departure, it was enabled me to see the sunset from the up high between the puffy cloud. Amazing view! The 3hours journey across the sea has ... read more »
From the title, you can tell that we are definitely going back to Vietnam again! *laugh* When? Probably next March school holidays. We love to travel during the March School Holidays when the price is not at its peak, unlike June and December school holidays. As for September holiday? Nah, too many school work, as [...] read more »
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