Rain, rain and more rain! This guy was still out delivering ice to the local street coffee stalls.
Vietnamese ladies in traditional dress, crossing a major intersection in the rain.
This image captures the outskirts of Hanoi perfectly.
Suspicious sausage meat on sticks. It was bad. So bad.
The local drug dealer. Just joking!
Old and new; A young lady checking her smart phone at a traditional street side coffee shop.
The local florist.
Girls hired to lure customers. Not into a strip club, or a restaurant… but to eat some local noodles on the street her grandmother was cooking.
Almost all the locals eat on the street in Hanoi. It’s cool.
Passing recipes down through the family.
A street vendor selling French bread with various fillings you can choose from.
A seriously good seafood joint on the side of the street I dined at.
Preparing my crab, i think.
My prawns I ordered cooking away on the bbq. They were huge!
Exiting the food market.
In deep thought.
The kid on the right checking me out.
My homie 50 Dong
St. Joseph’s Cathedral. Seriously beautiful.
Construction began in 1886.
Determined and on the move…
Safety in Hanoi, as with most countries in SE Asia, is not a priority.
The local butcher.
Seriously fresh produce.
I’m not keen on this photo, but needed to add it to the post to make 30 :)
The locals in Hanoi do like their BBQ’s. So do I.
The local courier.
Hanoi’s Old Quater. This is where most of the backpacker tourists stay.
Fruit after a few beers anyone?
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