Ending our adventurous and educational visit to The Temple of Literature we are off next for a memorable lunch. Lunch was in a fantastic restaurant located in The Old Quarter, named Maison D’Yen. The food were fantastic and it is a great location. Cosy as well. After lunch, our friendly tour guide arranged for us … More Beautiful Hanoi : The Old Quarter
Our next stop after our memorable exploration of Trấn Quốc Pagda, we head off to our next destination. We originally wanted to explore the Ho Chi Minh Museum. Unfortunately, being a Saturday, the crowd was overwhelming. So we made a pit stop for coffee (who could resist coffee in Vietnam especially for coffee lover like us) … More Beautiful Hanoi : The Temple of Literature (Văn Miếu)
Hanoi, one of the ancient capitals in the world, is the capital of Vietnam. The largest city in Vietnam, Hanoi is a fascinating blend of East and West with the combination of the traditional Sino-Vietnamese motifs with French flair. Hanoi (Vietnamese: Hà Nội), Hà means City while Nội means river. To be Vietnamese, this symbolise the meaning of City in the … More Ancient Hanoi : Exploration of Trấn Quốc Pagoda
My ‘picky eater’ is requesting for home bake cookies. So mummy had to find time to fulfill the request. At a stage, he was so into peanut butter so we had gotten a jar of peanut butter that was subsequently left untouched. So, I decided to use the peanut butter for bake Peanut Butter Cookies.