Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Eran Cafe - Hanoi (Vietnam)


There's always a catch when your travel in a tour group (Halong Bay & lunch on board). Indeed.  While I won't deny that visiting Eran cafe took me back and forth to the Vietnamese coffee era, travel knowledge is never a lost, which I did gather after reading and seeing the displays. But the catch later once we were served the various types of coffee, obviously, was luring us to shop. Friends grabbed packets and packets of the food stuffs, whereas I opted out. I really didn't want waste my money, I just feel that its just a waste, I have also stopped buying things for family and friends. I rather save my money for other, hopefully more travel ventures. So, I pretended I was keen in buying, however, after some time, after digesting the fact that pictures are now allowed,  I walked out.













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17 comments:

  1. I am a huge coffee addict, good to see the process of coffee making and those big mixing things
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  2. Such an interesting post.. nothing is better than fresh brewed coffee :D thanks fr sharing :)
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  3. Wow! All Beautiful clicks.. Thanks for sharing! :)

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  4. I love coffee at times even though I prefer tea twice a day.. :) This post did make me to stop and go throughout to learn the process of coffee making!

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  5. Such an intriguing collection of coffee antics!

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  6. I'm also a big fan of coffee....Thanx for sharing the process of coffee...............great info...

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  7. Lovely clicks dear ...Thanks for sharing :)

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  8. lovely post ...loved the clicks..

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  9. Even I can manage a couple of sips of freshly brewed coffee, the smell is just too much :D

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    Choc Chip Uru

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  10. I love coffee but dont really know how to truly appreciate their taste

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  11. I am not much into coffee (or tea for that matter) but found this interesting..

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  12. I don't drink coffee, but my mom does. I hear Vietnam is famous for a special type of coffee made from squirrel's poop. Have you tried?

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  13. Such an interesting post, Nava. Those gadgets look amazing!

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  14. I love coffee..yum yum..
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  15. lovely clicks dear :) thanks for sharing with us :)

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  16. Those vintage coffee machines on display are quite a collection. I drink coffee but I am not a huge addict like most in our country. Actually I enjoy adding it to desserts more than drinking it. Great pictures!

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