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Ultimate list of Pho Hanoi Vietnam
It's cold and raining outside, and I just ate a hot and tasty bowl of Pho. I'm so thankful to be born in Hanoi, where is also the hometown of one of the world's best dishes. The food that I miss the most whenever I'm away from here. I have tried Pho in many other places, but unfortunately, in nowhere...
A street in Hanoi
I just read a post from AnnaEverywhere blog in which she documented her horrible experience while visiting Hanoi. It was painful to read those words from a foreigner because not only my hometown was described as the worst city on this planet, but also (most of) what she said was true. So first off, I want to say sorry...
Bun Cha Huong Lien - Bun Cha Obama
This is so funny I would like to tell you. In his visit to Vietnam, president Obama went to a well-known Bun Cha (Bún Chả) restaurant with Anthony Bourdain. They filmed a meal there and now after one year, all the things they used including desk/chairs and dining sets have now been boxed for display. The restaurant is Bun Cha...
Quick introduction, location & transportation 1I TheGiao 1 #2 (well, the name of this apartment is quite confusing, screw it) is a fully furnished Airbnb studio located on the 3rd floor of a house on The Giao street. The location is not in the very busy area of Hanoi and not super close to the center of the city but both...
La Casa
Quick introduction, location & transportation La Casa, a stylish Airbnb studio situated on Nam Ngu Street, next to Hanoi's main railway station. Easy to find. From here you can easily have a walk to many major destinations, including Hoan Kiem Lake, The Old Quarter, Dong Xuan Market, St. Joseph Cathedral, for example. It is just super convenient getting around. La Casa...

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Here is Quan, currently living in Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam. Quan loves traveling, exploring other cultures all over the planet, and loves Airbnb. He created this blog aiming to help other traveling addicts to pick the right Airbnb hosts for their stays in Vietnam, through the eyes of a native, just like Airbnb’s motto ‘Live like a local’.

The person wearing red jacket is not me.