Hanoi was our last stop in Vietnam. It's a lively city and a great place for observing local life. Every inch of pavement is taken up with fresh produce, tiny stools or steaming pots of soup. There's just so much to see (and eat!). The Old Quarter The old quarter is the best… Read more of "Hanoi: museums, street food and flowers everywhere"
As well as traditional Vietnamese coffee shops with tiny stools out front, Hanoi also has its fair share of trendy cafes. They're often hidden in alleyways, on the second floor or tiny hole-in-the-wall places. If you keep an eye out for them, you start noticing them everywhere… Read more of "Hanoi's coffee shops (inc. the best coconut coffee)"