HANOI – motocykle, kogel-mogel i francuskie bagietki

Hanoi – smells of coffee, mangoes and millions of motorcycles crossing the crowded streets of the capital from dawn to dusk. Hanoi is a fantastic place to feel the spirit of Vietnam. The first test – going through the streets. Deep breath, find some courage and look left, right, left again, and then no longer look – just slowly start moving to the other side. Be calm and confident, the motorcycles will bypass you from left and right. Yeyyy!  It’s time for egg-coffee -Hanoi special. And now just stroll the streets, eat in the little alleys and just enjoy the vibe – perfect mixture of east and west.

Hanoi – pachnie kawą, owocami mango i milionami motocykli przemierzającymi tłoczne ulice stolicy od świtu do zmierzchu. Hanoi jest fantastycznym miejscem by poczuć ducha Wietnamu.  Pierwszy test – przechodzenie przez ulice. Głęboki oddech, odwagi i patrzymy w lewo, w prawo, jeszcze raz lewo a później już lepiej nie patrzeć tylko powoli zacząć przemieszczać się na drugą stronę.  Spokojnie i pewnie, motocykle ominą Cię z lewej i z prawej.  Brawo!  Teraz idziemy na kawę z koglem- moglem –specjalność Hanoi.

Nathan with his egg coffee
Street restaurants are a speciality of Vietnam
Motorcycles are everywhere! Case 1 : On the sidewalk.
.Hanoi in motion.
Hanoi in motion2. Hero-Women sell fruits, flowers and food often far from their families trying to earn living in the capital.
Sunday picnics.
Homes 1.
Homes 2.
Homes 3.
Street food in Hanoi.
Our favourite place for Bun Cha. Would you fancy a snail?
Bún chả is a Vietnamese dish of grilled pork and noodle, which is thought to have originated from Hanoi.

 

Where to stay in Hanoi?

We highly recommend Hanoi Hostel. Great location, a bit outside the tourist part. Wonderful staff and amazing roof terrace.

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