A series of photos of puppies at the first check-in in Ninh Binh caused a fever among netizens
On travel groups or large fanpages such as Check-in Vietnam, Not afraid of dogs… recently appeared a series of photos depicting the landscapes of the ancient capital of Ninh Binh of a very special character that is Mr. Miu dog.
This dog is the main character of the “check-in” photo series throughout famous places such as Hang Mua, Trang An, Bai Dinh pagoda… In each different place, the “boss” has poses. Very natural and cute photography.
This dog is the main character of the “check-in” photo series throughout famous landmarks in Ninh Binh.
In particular, the lovely dog also made a series of photos at Hang Mua, which is known as the “virtual living mecca” in Ninh Binh or the “first check-in” with the scenes on the virtual living tower, human waterfall. create mossy stone steps leading to the top of Mua mountain.
Immediately after being shared by friend Nguyen Huy Tuan on social networks, the image of a dog with its owner really “cut the hearts” of netizens and received countless loving comments from everyone.
In particular, the lovely dog also made a series of photos at Hang Mua, which is known as the “virtual living mecca” in Ninh Binh.
Sharing about his series of photos that are causing storms on the internet, Nguyen Huy Tuan said: “My dog’s name is Miu. During the last holiday of April 30, I went to Ninh Binh for 2 days and 1 night and took Miu with me.
Miu and I set foot to Mua Cave, sat on Trang An boat, then went to Hoa Lu Ancient Capital. Miu is hyperactive, when she sees the camera, she opens her mouth and obediently lets me take pictures.”
The dog’s name is Miu.
This is a rare occasion for “boss” and “sen” to travel together, so it is a very special occasion. The owner of the photo series hopes to have many more meaningful trips together in the future.
This is a rare occasion for “boss” and “sen” to travel together, so it is a very special occasion.
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