November 20 of each year marks the celebration of Teachers’ Day in Vietnam. And it’s kind of a big deal. Check out what we got up to during the bash that Vee You Ess put on for its hundreds of teachers this year! Continue reading
September 26th marked the transition into my second quarter-century of life. And with it came big celebrations, thoughtful gifts and so much gratitude I thought my heart might burst.
I’ve been meaning to post something about my newest baby… AKA my beautiful red Honda Attila motorbike. Since K-To’s re-arrival in the city (this morning), there have been more Vine videos taken per hour than any person should ever take. Continue reading
Vietnam is certainly not known for it’s environmental consciousness. Littering is just a part of daily life. There are no garbage receptacles on the streets. The Saigon River looks and smells like a dump. And yet today, I just couldn’t help myself. I had to photo-document my shopping experience.
I’ve reached the seven-month mark on my journey and I’m in another huge state of transition: old friends leaving, making new friends, goodbye parties, parties for the sake of parties, new housemates and preparing to go on vacation. It’s been an emotional week and therefore what better time to write about recent happenings? Continue reading