Monthly Archives: March 2015

Food Trip: The Workshop

The Workshop has been open for some 6 months according to the staff who was very chatty with us when we visited last week. Found in one of the old buildings along Ngo Duc Ke in District 1, I couldn’t … Continue reading

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Food Trip: Pho Ong Hung

There was a time when I could eat pho everyday. Seriously. But after nearly 6 years, I’ve found out that there are other Vietnamese food that I love more. Pho Ong Hung suddenly sprung up in PMH and with 2 … Continue reading

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Hum at Thi Sach

Last weekend, we brought the family of a friend to Hum Vegetarian Restaurant. Since we’re a big group, I decided we should just go to Hum’s at Thi Sach. We went there for lunch right after Sunday Mass and the place … Continue reading

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Philippine Consulate Office HCMC New Office Schedule

It’s been a while since I’ve last transacted with the Consulate Office of the Philippines here in Ho Chi Minh City. After finally getting my son’s birth certificate and passport back in 2013,  I was happy not to come back, because … Continue reading

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Food Trip: Mint and Paul

Part of me don’t want to share about Mint and Paul. It opened early this year and is a gem of a restaurant in Phu My Hung. It is owned by the same people who run MJ’s Kitchen and like it’s … Continue reading

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Pullman Saigon Hotel

I love hotels. I guess I just love the fact that I don’t have to clean, do the laundry, and cook. So that the boys can view the fireworks, we checked in Pullman Saigon Hotel. It’s a relatively new hotel … Continue reading

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Dragon Dance Level Up

Even back in Manila and while working in China Town for a few years, I have had my share of dragon dance during the celebration of the Lunar New Year. Even street children join in the festivities. When we moved … Continue reading

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