Meet Ups: Why FRIENDS make travelling more memorable?
“Some roads aren’t meant to be travelled alone”
Being extroversive by nature, meeting friends and acquaintances comes easy to me. Sharing stories and listening to their experiences make me appreciate, understand and accept the world more as I’ve known it.
On my latest travel, I hung out with my friends half the time I spent in Hanoi.
The Lovely Maria. She arranged my Halong Bay trip. Also, she managed to give me company in exploring the ‘Old Quarter’ amidst her busy work schedule.
Long-lost friend Jovan! After approximately 10 years, he and I met again! An hour of convo wasn’t enough, there were just too many things to tell. I was just glad he spared time for a coffe date!
The Wonderful Ching. Thanks to Maria, I got to know this lady. She’s really smart and gorgeous. She was over the moon on this photo as her friend had just arrived to pay her a visit.
Linda of Scotland and Alin of Thailand. We were all together all the time on this trip. It was a crazy beautiful day!
Here’s Alin with her friends from Thailand. She added me on Facebook the same day and I guess, we’ll be friends longer than FB can last.
The Stunning Brina. We’ve been friends since 2007; I met her during my frist vacay in Vietnam.
We roamed around Hanoi on her motorbike and she brought me to the West Lake which concluded my opinion on Hanoi: It was strikingly impressive!
Jun and Maria. We dined at Avalon Restaurant, which had an overlooking view of Hoang Kiem Lake. Being with the sweet couple, my last evening in Hanoi was truly ‘a night to remember’.