Linh Hancock - private tour guide in Hanoi (Viet Nam)
Free pick up at your hotel. Help client to find the local price for pick-up from airport , hotel booking and flight booking as well. Then visit the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum to explore the architectural and historical aspects of Uncle Ho’s final resting-place. Just next door is Ho Chi Minh’s house on stilts and lying to one side of the Mausoleum is the One Pillar Pagoda, which was founded by King Ly Thai To in 1049 - the structure has become an important symbol for the people of Hanoi. Then continue on to the Buddhist Tran Quoc Pagoda at West lake (One of the oldest pagodas in Vietnam).Then visit Bat Trang pottery village.
Beside. You can visit Incredible cafes to try egg coffee....and try yogurt coffee, coconut coffee as well. Places to visit and enjoy culture stories : Hoa lo prison - Hoa kiem lake area - Night market in Hanoi.
Tour around Hanoi
Trip to Halong Bay : 2 day 1 night with lemon cruise : caves , kayaking, squid fishing
Stayed at nice hostel,or hotel to enjoy mountainary view, you can leave bag when you go to home stay for 2 days of trekking until you come back.
Stayed in a nice guest house, killer experience.
Tour Hue, Hoi An, Mui Ne, Ho Chi Minh city will be introduced if asked...I love my country all the good and bad sides and would love to share with you, please enjoy both sides of our country and mostly focus on the good.It will bring out more positive energy which help you more calm and relaxing to enjoy your journey here. That what I learn from meditation. Bonus tips: If you are interested, I could share some health tips I learn about meditation for 3 years, hopefully these tips will be helpful for you, if not you still have good stories to laugh about. Cheers
I stayed in U.K for one year and work as travel guide for 3 years and have a teahouse where travellers can meet and exchange travel tips in Vietnam and other countries. I am happy to welcome you to shape my world.I love to travel and meet new people,be good listener and good story teller.I do belive that the people you meet that make travel the rich, vibrant experience that it is.They shape our memories more than the locations themselves. They can make a bad place good, or a great place bad. They teach us about what we like or dont like in others.They shine lights on our ignorance and teach us about ourselves - quote from my favorite blogger Nomadic Matt. Let me be your guide and enjoy all good vibes in our country
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