Monthly Archives: July 2014

Saigon Street Eats

Finally, I met Barbara Adam of Saigon Street Eats! We’ve been living here for 5 years but honestly, I haven’t really walked the streets of Saigon a whole lot. So it was a real treat to finally go on a … Continue reading

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Keep the seat belt on.

Yesterday, on our way home from Church, we were almost home when a car bumped into our Innova taxi while we were waiting for the light to change to green. We were 3 adults and 3 kids. The eldest kid … Continue reading

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The Heat is On!

I know you guys must still be pretty high after the World Cup. Unfortunately I didn’t get to watch the World Cup at all because in this part of the world, it’s simply difficult to get up at midnight to … Continue reading

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No Limits: Chau, the Vietnamese Painter

We were visiting friends at Dragon Hill, Nguyen Huu Tho, District 7 when we chanced upon Vietnamese painter, Chau creating his next artwork. My son Sam and his friend Sophia, were both stunned to see him working with his mouth. … Continue reading

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A Day in the Zoo

There’s only so much you can entertain your kids with during the break. So had to check our list again on what to do with the kids during the school break.  Last week, we went back to Vietopia and luckily … Continue reading

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Urban Micro-Farming

I was biking along one of my favorite bike paths in Phu My Hung when I spotted a few houses having their own vegetable garden or mini-farms. So jealous! I really want to plant my own garden. But with condo-living, all … Continue reading

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