I went to Hanoi. There are lots of motorcycles. My house is a mansion. It has five floors, a huge TV, a nice lamp, a private bathroom in my room, two big sofas, nice stairs, nice door. My only recommend is the kitchen. There is only one plate. We saw dogs. They were so cute.
I went to a park. I ate a sausage and potato. I went to a giant playground. I had a base with a hammock, a slide for the exit, a sideways ladder, a looking spot, very steep stairs. There was a train but it was not moving, so dad had to push it. I also went to a water puppet show. There were dragons. I really liked the dragon. I also saw a [puppet] guy fishing and the boat broke and he had to catch the fish swimming.
I met some friends. We went to a restaurant. We were playing “telephone” and we said funny voices.
Before I met my friends, I went to a museum. It was about Vietnamese people. We saw a loom. They had a bicycle with stuff on it. You can die [on the bicycle] by crashing into someone because there is stuff in front of you, there is so much stuff you can tilt on the road. We also saw a bunch of houses. We got to go in the houses.
I went go-carting. It is a vehicle for kids. I like it because it is fast. It has handles for the speed-limit. You can race with it. Peter thought his go-cart was broken, but he just didn’t know how to control it. It was so fun.
Then I went on a train [to Ninh Binh, a small city south of Hanoi]. We bought some snacks so I was not hungry. I was on the train for two hours. I played a game called “Plants vs. Zombies.” In the game you have to plant plants and defeat the zombies. After the train we went to the hotel. It was really nice there.