Train Street Hanoi – Part I

In visiting Vietnam it is amazing that in amongst all of the hustle and bustle that sometimes you can find a place which is away from the craziness of the traffic, the noise and the general hustle and bustle of a city of over 4 million people.  For me this place was train street.

This street is essential set next to the train tracks and with very different safety considerations to Australia, you are able to walk along the train tracks and even stop off for a beer or coffee at one of the many coffee shops and businesses which exist alongside the railway tracks.  Many of these businesses have been decorated with interesting signs and artwork.

While walking past one of the cafe’s I noticed they had some rules which I felt important to follow.

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And follow them I did with a quiet beer.

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