28/06/2012 | Phong Tom and Kid ngo

We, Kid and Tom, met Russell and his wife, Jane at Nova hotel. We had a little discuss before heading to the Ho Chi Minh complex and came across Heo and Carnation there, along with their guests. We were easily spotted as we were wearing HNK's uniform which at that time looked really like couple's shirts :D After visiting the mausoleum, the 2 tours continued separately.

Tour with Mr. Ron Kirk – the United States Trade Representative

Tour report from Kaze after the tour:
What did you choose to celebrate our National Independence Day? Lucky I was that I did not have to find the answer for this question because the chance of going on tour with Mr. Ron Kirk – the United States Trade Representative – was knocking my door just one day before the high time!
The scenery on that day was as similar as has been described in many poems or proses about our nation’s remarkable milestone on September 2nd, 1945.

Kids should learn about the life

It was an incredibly hot afternoon that I began my third quarter with my partner, Tom by welcoming a lovely Australian family coming from Sydney. Skipping other sites, we decided to visit Museum of Ethnology, where they foster greater understanding about Vietnamese people lives in different ethnic groups and areas, stretching from the North to the South.

Trial Tour – It’s not Goodbye, but See you soon

Capsule It Up Contest FR2014
Writer: Le Minh Trang - Group 1
“Empathy is not something that can be taught or forced on to a person. It is something that comes from the heart, and you delivered it to me.” Those were the words from my guest of my second trial tour, Mr. Liam (Billy) Fitzpatrick, who further on wrote in my ‘tour diary’ stating that I was a ‘super-guide!!’, before we parted ways.

13/08/2012 | Frankie, SanT, Amu and Gai Ban

On August 13rd 2012, Hanoikids had a special city tour with British teachers from BVIS school. The members in charge were Frankie, Sant, Amu and Gái Bản.
Despite the gloomy drizzle all day, the tour started as scheduled at 2pm in the Ly Thai To garden. After introducing ourselves, we took a closer look to the Ly Thai To’s statue which is to memorize the great contribution to the development of Hanoi in particular and Vietnam in general.

Trial tour – First lesson of listening and sharing

S’s second trial tour with Buddy Duc- unforgettable memories :)
My Buddy called it his "most special tour" and to me, it couldn’t be more fantastic!
Samuel and Ferly were so kind and friendly. They are a gay couple. Yeah, this should be not at all normal to many people. But if they have a chance to meet and talk with Sam and Ferly, it is possible that they will change their mind. Maybe the way that the outsiders usually see LGBT people is just like the way I felt about Ferly.

09/11/2012 | Thuong Thuong and Bim

It was a marvellous tour on the way to become a kid. Receiving email 2 days before the tour, I knew that the guests this time would be nice like the way they wrote - so carefully and politely. But they were even more awesome than I thought.
This was the first time I had been to a pretty hotel like that, it was small enough for me to feel warm but also luxurious enough to admire. Wating for both buddy and guests, my heart was dancing and just wanted to jump out of the chest.