We’re off exploring the gritty streets of Hanoi again, and first up we head back to Train Street to see if we have any luck this time!
Enjoying a beverage and hoping to get an up close experience with a train.
We enjoy some iconic sights as we wait, but alas, no train again!
Never mind, there’s still plenty more to explore in this vast, fascinating city.
From ladies in traditional conical hats to mountains of cheap souvenirs.
Whole streets are dedicated to single types of goods including kitchenware and temple decorations.
Here’s one of the most iconic places in Hanoi, the President Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum.
It is the resting place of Vietnamese Revolutionary leader and President Ho Chi Minh.
The imposing building is located in the centre of Ba Dinh Square.
The square is where Ho, Chairman of the Workers’ Party of Vietnam from 1951 until his death, read the Declaration of Independence, essentially establishing the Democratic Republic of Vietnam.