A day in the OLD QUARTER, HANOI | EXPATS showing you VIETNAM

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What can you in Hanoi?, Do you know the old quarter?, What can you eat in Hanoi?

I’m Mexican and my husband is British. We’ll be living as expats in Hanoi, Vietnam and we are discovering tourist places, food and things to do here in Hanoi.

If you come to Hanoi for the first time, there are some things that you need to do.

We start with an amazing Vietnamese coffee and then we walk around the beautiful old quarter of Hanoi trying amazing Vietnamese.

Please let us know what would you like to see in our upcoming videos about Vietnam. We’ll be showing you everything that we go through during the process of starting our new lives in Vietnam. If you are thinking of coming to teach English in Vietnam, we hope that our videos will be of use to you.

IF YOU WANT TO TRAVEL TO HANOI, VIETNAM:
Don’t hesitate to contact me, I’d be pleased to show you around this beautiful city. Contact me trough my social media.

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7 comments

  1. jmcarp98 13 August, 2020 at 17:15 Reply

    Are you teaching again by chance? I found your video from teaching in Mexico. I spent the last 6 years in Thailand and Taiwan but I recently moved to Paraguay. The economy here sucks and it's pretty expensive as well compared to Asia. I was just curious if you went to Vietnam for ESL and if you had any success with jobs. I don't have a bachelor degree but I have 6 years experience teaching in Asia. Great videos keep up the good work!

  2. PrincessMar23 13 August, 2020 at 17:15 Reply

    Wow Kar! You're making progress. You're not only pronouncing in a better way English but also beginning to speak Vietnamese. Congrats! Go on just like this! Dave, I learn so much of what you say. I'd much rather you both speak English. I love your entertaining videos 🙂

  3. Jill Phipson 13 August, 2020 at 17:15 Reply

    You two are so brave! Your Vietnamese classes are paying off and lovely to see you trying your new words. I remember David explaining the Vietnamese was a tonal language and the same word can be pronounced 6 (I think) different ways to mean different things. So if you go up or down when talking, it means something different. I had to smile when I saw Karen raising her hand when practising a new word, that's something I would have to do too!

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