Monthly Archives: January 2016

Saigon Heat vs Pilipinas MX3 Kings

A couple weeks ago on my birthday, we watched the basketball match between Saigon Heat and Pilipinas MX3 Kings. While we were waiting for the game to start, I was looking for familiar players from my country. I’ve been out … Continue reading

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This year’s personal theme is wellness (so help me God!). So I’ve embarked on a journey of choosing healthier food. 😛 And by some divine intervention, there’s Fit Food. The first time I heard about such service was way back … Continue reading

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Having been away from my country, I have become out of touch the Philippine showbiz scene. So imagine my surprise that one of the popular love teams was in the country a couple of weeks ago. I didn’t know the … Continue reading

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Food Trip: Loving Hut

A few weeks ago, we had a vegan lunch. Having lived in Vietnam, there is no escape eating veggies. Loving Hut is found in a hem (as usual) off Dien Bien Phu. And if not for our office lunch, I’d … Continue reading

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Book Street

Every year, during Tet season, a street is turned into a book street. Before, it was Mac Thi Buoi but for a couple of years now, it’s Nguyen Van Binh. This time, it took a month’s work to transform the … Continue reading

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Tales from Dalat: Visiting Dalat Flower Park

No trip to Dalat is complete without visiting the Dalat Flower Park. We arrived after lunch and it was hot! Best to visit during the early morning or late in the afternoon. It’s a real pretty place and if you … Continue reading

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Tales from Dalat: A Visit to the Rogationists

One of the highlights of our trip to Dalat is a visit to the Rogationist Fathers in Dalat. We had a bit of trouble navigating the streets so Father Dante sent one of the seminarians to pick us up. 🙂 … Continue reading

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