Vietnam Birthday Trip-Day 6 : Hanoi

24 jan 2011

Last day of the trip 🙁

Woke up god damn early for a breakfast


packed and ready to leave

Pay and checked out the hotel

The receipt. 22 USD per night.

Got into our taxi and off we went to the airport at 6.20am!

The line was like soooo lonnnngggggg

got our bags checked in

and I am feeling so sad when the moment I walked into the boarding gate.

My boarding pass

was kinda boring and started to took pictures on those immigration chops for the countries that I’ve been visited.

Macau & China




Hong Kong


Bye bye Hanoi. 🙁

had our brunch on the plane.

I ordered Smoke Bbq Chicken

His Awesome pawsome set.

The uncle chin chicken rice.

What’s inside fortune cookies said :

Had a little sky admiring after brunch. Hmmmm I really love flying.

Here I am again LCCT.

Waited for our luggage at the belt.

Boarded the plane.

Home sweet home.

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23 jan 2011

Morning sunshine! I am so sad that holiday ended so soon.

Meet up with our personal tour guides from Hanoi Kids.

And they brought us to our first destination – The Museum of Ethnology.

Buy ourself an entrance pass.

Operation hour

the ticket

I don’t know what the hell is this.

Ha (in red) and Tran (in black) explaining how Vietnam is divided into 54 different ethnic groups.

Water puppetry, Vietnamese water puppetry is a unique variation on the ancient Asian puppet tradition.

Vietnamese conical hat called ‘non la’ at different stages. I wanted to buy one for myself but Chris told me it will only look cool when u wear it there not back in our home. 🙁

This is amazing.

Taoist altar

Dove’s trap.

Musical instruments.

Went into a the AIDS awareness section.

My attention was caught when I saw this.

A dress which made by condoms!! Amazing. Lady Gaga should have wear this so that she can take the lead for the trend for everyone else to wear it.

Many many types of condoms.

still condoms.

then we headed outside after we are done inside.

There were also an outdoor water puppet show.

The show was just started.

we grab a seat and watched the show

the singers and the musicians at the side.

was curious by seeing so many people gather around

They are competing to see who can make the loudest sound with hollow round shaped plasticines. Well, kind of interesting.

Vietnam hand-made woodblock printing in progress.


Was amazed how they made it.

We were lucky where we went to Vietnam near the Tet holiday season (Vietnam’s Chinese New Year), we managed to enjoy some of the games normally played in the villages during Tet.

bamboo dancing game, just follow the rhythm and jump.

Looooooooonnnnnnnngggggggg house.

They had this very interesting design for the staircase to the long house.

Looks like he doesn’t enjoy groping a wood boob. 😛

Taaaaaaalllllllll house.

reached the top!!

This is how the interior look like.

Had fun playing badminton game using the racquet’s which look like ping pong’s racquet.

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21st January 2011

Woke up and greeted by the decorations along the staircase. Each floor was designed in different type of deco. Interesting.


They were busy preparing breakfast for us.

A cup of juice again. I think if I were to stay there for one week I guess I’ll be given this to me every morning. 🙂

My omelette and  baguette.

After Breakfast, I quickly showered and went to Hoang Thy Beauty Salon that I had massage on the 2nd day to get my pedicure done. Guess what, I cannot believe it neither do u. This pedicure and nail polish just costs me VND 40,000 which is RM6.00, YES ONLY RM6!!!! NO JOKE. The cheapest I’ve ever came upon to.

Seriously I just couldn’t help myself but her boobies really very big. 😈

Went back to the hotel and together we took a walk along September 23 Park.

Empty park in the day but when the sky turn dark there will be alot of lovebirds hanging out there on their bike.

Met this cute little puppy on the way. Guess that puppies are just too cute to handle. soooooooooooooo cuteeeeeeeeee…………

Ben Thanh market.

Shopping spreeeee…. but seriously I didn’t get to shop much in Vietnam. I think of all the places I went to Vietnam is the only place I don’t find alot of things to buy there except for lotus seed. 

Rows and rows of the shops.

There were actually a mini food court behind the shops.

there were actually too many to choose and we don’t even know what is what. Somehow this one just caught our attention, probably because of the food?

Vietnamese spring rolls.

The awesome beef.

I am not really a fan of the spring roll but I am definitely a fan of the juicy oily beef,

Ooooooooooooooooooooooo, mind-blasting. 😯

he then saw the dessert stall right next to it.

I don’t know what is that call.

After done shopping, on the way back to our hotel he was so excited see-ing the big ass durian.

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