First time of me in Hanoi leave me nothing but diarrhea however I decided to revisited again to this beautiful and lively city.
Never thought the second time of visiting could have give me so much memories that I never expected.Upon arrivaI
,I was mesmerized seeing the city's infrastructure and culture (which is a high melting pot of cultures featuring Chinese and French influences).The weather is freezing when comes to January in Hanoi.The place that we stayed, Old quarter of Hanoi was the cacophony of horns as I walked along the street, ever-ending stream of honking mopeds and occasional motorcycle. Things works amazingly that they able to have such self-organized traffic system even without traffic light, we were used to be taught that just close your eyes when crossing the road. What an experience.
I had a wonderful night stay in the cruise in Harlong Bay. We were welcomed by a bunch of nice and lovely cruise staff that make my stay in Harlong Bay so much memorable.
Lying at the cruise deck during the night time when the freezing wind kisses my faces make my mind empty and was like being alienated. I still can barely remember the sky is full with the shining stars and I was nearly fall asleep on cruise desk while counting the stars.
Sapa-a place that one's should have not to miss out whenever travel to Hanoi. It is just like a isolated paradise.Hours of trekking without a single drop of sweats and finally lead us to the gateway to Heaven of South Asia. Forcing laughters, faking smile will never exist on their faces, is was so fine and stunning.I always believe in a world of opposites and that's why I avoid people with rigid and inflexible personalities. There, people need not to coexist with pretense, hypocrisy, dishonesty and cheap praise. There, where people can see the first sunlight and experience the last sunset. I hope that I would able to have a chance to revisited again in future if I have a chance to do so.