Monthly Archives: May 2013

Meeting the Windwalkers

Eversince I heard about traveling families, I’ve always wanted to meet one if I can’t make my own family become a traveling family. I always thought that it’ll be interesting to listen to their stories about their life and travels. … Continue reading

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Getting lost in the Streets of Saigon

Early this week I had to do some errands and found myself in an alley along Nguyen Thi Minh Khai. The thing with alleys here in Saigon that these are actually gateways to communities. And we’re not talking about a … Continue reading

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Bamboo Bikes

I was researching for an article this week on bikes when my editor reminded me of Mekong Creations’ bamboo bikes. I’ve seen it displayed on their store at Sky Garden 1 in Phu My Hung and at one point, they … Continue reading

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Postcards from ‘Nam

It has been a long time since I last sent a postcard. Suffice to say, I’ve been a delinquent postcrosser. But, visiting the Post Office again now that I work much, much closer to it, I hear the postcards calling … Continue reading

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Food Trip: Paris Baguette Cafe

I know that this cafe need no introductions but this opened last Saturday invading our quiet neighborhood only known for small home-owned coffee shops. Of course Paris Baguette Cafe has been around in Saigon for a long time but I … Continue reading

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Food Trip: La Cucina

Belated Happy Mother’s Day!  Hope all the moms had a chance to have some pampering last weekend from their hubbies and kids. The family started the Mother’s Day mini-celebration by trying out the newly opened Italian restaurant, La Cucina at … Continue reading

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Vietnam Posters

If you’ve been living in Vietnam long enough, you’d constantly see communist-inspired art and billboards. Those would be hard to miss. Last week, Paolo (of Oi Vietnam) gifted me with the Vietnam Posters from Artbook! I’ve always wanted to get … Continue reading

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