A Few Days Before Tet Holiday
Strolled on the streets of Ho Tay district this afternoon which started with an Indian cuisine, followed by hot Caramel Macchiato at the Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf.
As soon as the sun went down, I hurried to the nearest Buddhist pagoda and kept rolling the shutter with the bustling locals around. I just realized that the Chinese New Year is in two weeks, so I was a bit lucky to get amazing snaps while patiently standing by the gutters of Ho Tay lake waiting for the perfect moment to capture their real, hidden feelings, emotions, and desires.
Enjoy the shots!
|hot cinnamon red wine my all time fav|
|Beef Shahi Korma|
|where people lit the chinese candles|
|wanna give it a go?|
|i saw a lot of those citrus at the back of most bikers today in preparation for TET|
|peach tree on his back to bring luck to a Vietnamese home this New Year|
|heading to one of those floating bars and cafes|
|had a cocktail here|
|Mani Breeze Cocktail|