Thursday, September 03, 2009

Happy National Day!!!

Buu dien hanoi- Ho Hoan Kiem

This is the 8th national day that I have spent in Hanoi, which means I have been living here for over 8 years. I love this romantic city, the food and beautuful sunset in the afternoon at West Lake. But the winter is just terrible - something I'll never ever forget for the rest of my life as it's damn cold even when I'm wearing 4 shirts, 3 pants, gloves and a woollen hat on my body. The best time of the year is autumn from September to November.

Hanoi Beer

Yesterday's Independence Day was a good chance for everyone to have a day off to relax or go away with family and friends. Surprisingly Hanoi was a bit quiet as most people took advantage to escape to the countryside or to the north. I love Hanoi during big celebration days as I can drive around easily; no traffic jam, no crazy drivers and so peaceful. I prefer to hang around in Hanoi rather than going away because prices at holiday destinations tend to be inflated and they get really crowded, too. Better to stay home and really relax!

Happy National Day everyone, I hope you guys have a beautiful day.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I love Hanoi during the winter months...ahh the cold breeze.

XGJ said...

You say September's weather is comfortable? I just checked Hanoi's average temperature for September and October, and an average between 23-28°C for the last seems hooot to me XD

I'm just asking because it'll my first time in Hanoi in October this year. I usualy go around July/ August.

I'm excited about autumn in Hanoi too. I only have seen the beautiful scenery in photos.

BTW, you'r blog's great :)

Godknows said...

Hi XGJ, 23 to 28 degrees is perfect for most Vietnamese, I think :)

Anonymous said...

i love the winter most :D

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