The love season of Hanoi in March, even the stone turns into a poet, and people have a headache!
A heavy rain tore through the morning when I was sleeping soundly, I reached for the phone and closed my eyes:
5:51 am, Wednesday, March 23.
This morning, office workers must be slightly tired when they wake up. There was still a long day to rush to the street but it was raining outside, fog clinging to the glass, it seemed like a flashback to a month ago in Hanoi. Fortunately, by the time this article “came into shape”, the sky had cleared up, cold air rushed in to dry out the early morning dew. Just yesterday the day before yesterday it was still sunny, then it was humid again. This morning it was raining, then cold and dry.
Miraculous? No, that’s Hanoi “stirring” to move from spring to summer.
Hanoi’s weather from the end of last week, lasting until the end of this week, will be rainy – sunny, oi – humid – so erratic – which means that people’s health and mood will be disturbed. Those who do not have strong resistance will sneeze, runny nose, headache, aches and pains… until the end of the week. People are used to it.
The only consolation during this time may be to see the tumultuous scene of Hanoi. Throughout the streets, each type of tree and flower varies, sprinkled with artistic colors that blend into the gray-brown background of the capital. Whether it’s the color of dying (sesame flower, ban flower, succulent flower) or the color of freshness (England, Taiwanese eagle…), it all blends into the cheesy love song: Hanoi’s changing season.
Burning like sesame buds
Sesame seeds are changing leaves, they have poured out the last hardships of a Covid spring on the streets of Hanoi from the beginning of March until now. One by one, each group of yellow – orange – red leaves on the tree canopy, after 3 days, gradually fall, so that next summer, the green canopy will again shade Hanoi. I don’t know how the summer will come, but even when it dies, the sesame buds must be brilliant to the fullest, like the flames dotted on the street.
Where to find burning sesame buds: Kim Ma, Ton Duc Thang, Ho Dac Di, Phan Dinh Phung – Hang Dau Booth – Quan Thanh and Dinh Le – Le Thai To area (around Hoan Kiem Lake walking street, Ly Thai To flower garden)… That’s how it is, but sesame buds are planted around Hanoi, there are trees deep in the alley, in the dormitory, looking for them is like finding a private space.
Deep as purple
Personally, I very rarely see banyan flowers on a sunny day. If it weren’t for the crazy rain, it would be murky, humid, and the sky would be gray and covered with clouds. So the general feeling about the flower ban always has a melancholy look, a romantic purple color adds a melancholy look. The flower that is typical for the poetic features of the Northwest, when returning to the capital, “matches” strangely with the nostalgia in architecture. Ban flowers this year bloom from mid-March.
Where to find deep purple rash: Giang Vo, Bac Son, Hoang Dieu, Thanh Nien, Yen Phu… But after yesterday’s rain, perhaps only a few wings remained on the branches. Then let’s see the flowers still in the pictures!
Quietly like a wind spirit
Saying “quietly” is actually not completely standard, because when it first appeared in the Park City urban area, (La Khe ward, Ha Dong district), the road of maple flowers attracted a large number of visitors to take pictures, jam Busy for a few days until it was closed by the Management. Quietly here is because the wind spirit quickly blooms – quickly fades, usually only 3 days when it’s bright yellow before it loses its wings. Phong Linh has also been introduced to Vietnam in the last 2-3 years.
As soon as the road of maple flowers in Park City stopped receiving guests, many people quickly found an equally beautiful place next to Nguyen Hue High School for the Gifted.
Manly like a white milk
Blooming late this year. Although belated, but the splendor when it appears is hard for any other tree to match – worthy of the “exclusive” flower of Hanoi. Perhaps those who went out on the street at the end of the weekend (when the Hoan Kiem Lake pedestrian street was reopened after nearly a year of closure) would most clearly see the fluttering look of Hanoi. The whole street was covered with white like snow.
Where can I find the white jaggery? At the end of Hoang Hoa Tham street, next to Hang Dau Bot, Phan Chu Trinh, Dien Bien Phu, Ngo Quyen, Giang Vo, Thanh Nien, Phuong Mai… Like the sesame buds, there are many trees hidden deep in the alleys that only people can see. know around there.
As strong as the Taiwanese eagle
The new representatives participating in the “race” of the Hanoi season change this year are the Taiwanese eagle trees, with a stronger transfer than the sesame, maple or any other tree in the current capital. Within 10 days, the Taiwanese eagle had already shed its yellow leaves, and then sprouted new leaves. So anyone who has noticed can already see two shades of the Taiwanese eagle at the change of season.
Where to find the Taiwanese eagle: the road close to the To Lich river, the median strip of Nguyen Chi Thanh, Tran Duy Hung, Trung Kinh, Duong Dinh Nghe street, the intersection of Pham Van Bach – Ton That Thuyet – Tran Thai Tong, My Dinh, Mipec Ha Dong…
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