Monthly Archives: September 2011

Shopping Bag from UMA

I love motorbikes.  I just don’t like riding on one. See the Lambretta on the left?  I was actually drooling over that one.  Some guy is leaving Vietnam and is selling this.  Sigh.  I just don’t have the guts to … Continue reading

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Taka Plaza

After Lucky Plaza closed down, friends have been asking where the shops moved.  I know of some that moved to Saigon Square 2, but mostly, they moved to Taka Plaza at 102 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia St. in District 1. … Continue reading

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World of KidSmile

For my son’s first haircut, we decided to have it done in Cuts 4 Tots Hair Salon (Glorietta Mall in Manila).  As expected, he hated having his haircut.  I ended up wearing a protective gown myself because I had to hold … Continue reading

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Pre-Natal Yoga

I really want to try this one.  Too bad I’m booked for the weekend.  Hopefully I can join the next one. 🙂  

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Trying Pizza Hut Delivery

Pizza Hut finally opened in Sky Garden a couple of weeks ago. Like I said before, we really didn’t need another pizza restaurant opening up in this part of Saigon. And would you believe that we’ve been living here for … Continue reading

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Time to Schedule a Board Games Night!

Settlers of Catan is here!  Finally! After falling in love with this game when we attended Geisha’s Board Games Night, we’ve been searching high and low, overseas and locally for this board game.  Soki actually reserved for us one at … Continue reading

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Meeting Hoang Duong Cam

I love interviewing people!  This week I had the chance to interview installation artist, Hoang Duong Cam. Actually, he’s not just an installation artist because he does painting, sculpture, photography, video, and more.  He attributes this to the fact that … Continue reading

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