Monthly Archives: October 2014

Stay Safe in Saigon

It has been alarming to hear and read lots of untoward incidents happening to tourists in Saigon. If these were happening in Manila, I’d say it’s because the holidays are rolling in soon and well…it’s a seasonal thing. But hey, … Continue reading

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Food Trip: Sticky Fingers

Every now and then, I check Tripadvisor to find out what’s new in Saigon when I came across Sticky Fingers. It garnered a lot of good reviews so hubby and I were interested to try their menu. The menu had … Continue reading

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The Hungry Pig

If you love bacon (who doesn’t?), get over to The Hungry Pig and indulge in a scrumptious sandwich. Bacon mandatory. You can also make your own sandwich! Hubby and I ordered the Notorious P.I.G. and Little Miss Piggy. Love the … Continue reading

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The Return of the Rocky Horror Picture Show

So it’s October and Halloween will be here in a few weeks. And with that is the return of The Rocky Horror Picture Show which was first shown here in HCMC in 2012. To get the full Rocky Horror experience, … Continue reading

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Waiting for Godot by Dragonfly Theatre

Dragonfly Theatre is back with their new production, “Waiting for Godot” by Samuel Beckett. According to the British National Theatre poll of 800 playwrights, actors, directors, and journalists, it is “the most significant language play of the 20th century.” Directed … Continue reading

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Feast at La Fiesta!

If you love Scott and Binh’s in District 7, you’re going to love the new Tex-Mexican place Scott and his wife, Duc just opened in District 1 called, La Fiesta! Fellow blogger and friend, Grace Maling shares their gastronomic experience.   … Continue reading

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Visiting Saigon with kids?

Saigon has a rich cultural and political history but when you have kids tagging along in your vacation that doesn’t really translate to FUN, right? So how do you keep your kids entertained? Where do you bring ‘em in Saigon? … Continue reading

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