At Ly and Hong

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When I woke up at 5 in the morning with Hang, the mother had already been to the market and prepared the breakfast. The whole village was up early, because we wanted to say goodbye to the emigrants. A few uncles arrived for breakfast for a visit, so there was something very special, jellyfish and […]
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Unimaginative

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The city Hà Đông (about 200,000 inhabitants) was the capital of the province of Hà Tây before it was fully incorporated to Hanoi in 2008. We pass through Hà Đông regularly when we go to Hanoi. As almost everywhere in the country, there are built many buildings. However, the architecture of the new buildings, especially […]
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Jungle on two wheels

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A little shopping tour

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Hanoi will always be…

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…asia’s biggest village :DD Cathrin’s Blog: Zwischen Traditionen und Moderne
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Obligatory shopping tour

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A clear view

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Daytime temperatures have leveled back to reasonable values ​​of almost 30 degrees. Nevertheless, our holidayplans are limited to a half-day or day trips in the close vicinity. Maybe over the weekend we go to the sea for two days. Longer tours we will only do when my cousin Misaki next month is here. The view […]
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Everyday scenes – Men at work

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