Hanoi, pt. 2

During my stay in Hanoi, I visited a couple of different places. But first I’d like to talk a little bit about what kind of traveler I am so that it’s clear why I make certain choices while I travel.

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First Impressions of Hanoi

It’s already been quite a while since I arrived in Vietnam, but I haven’t posted anything about it. My first stop in Vietnam was the capital, Hanoi, and I wanted to tell you about some of my first impressions.

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Minimizing before leaving China.

Even though I had been interested in minimalism for quite a long time and I thought I didn’t have that many things, in the end, I still had to get rid of a lot of stuff before leaving China.

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Places in China: Tongli

A while back a couple of my friends and I went for a one-day trip to Tongli (同里) – a town located in Wujiang District of Suzhou city, Jiangsu Province. It is an old town, supposedly one of the six most famous old towns of Jiangnan.

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My Two-Day Trip to Wuhu

Recently, I went for a two-day trip to Wuhu, a city in Anhui Province. I had been wanting to get out of Nanjing for quite some time, but I was busy with graduation and all that stuff.

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Places in Nanjing – Xuanwu Lake

Xuanwu Lake Park is one of the most popular places in Nanjing and one of the biggest tourist attractions here. Supposedly, it is known as “a bright pearl of Nanjing”. It’s not only a place of interest for people visiting the city, but also for the residents who come here to cool down during a […]

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Places in Nanjing – Meihua Mountain

Spring in Nanjing is very short – some people say it’s only around two weeks and then it immediately turns into summer. Currently, it’s definitely spring – it got warmer, birds are chirping in the morning and flowers blossoming. At that time, people go out in groups to admire the beauty of flowers, the most […]

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My Trip to Tai Shan

In one of the previous posts, I mentioned China’s Five Sacred Mountains and how I wanted to see all of them. Well, last month I went to one of them – to Mount Tai, which is the eastern of the Sacred Mountains and is considered the most important one of them. So I went there […]

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