Category Archives: Exploring Saigon

Snow Town Saigon

It’s that time of the year again when you have scorching days and rainy evenings.  Our electricity climbed almost 50% more this summer. With the kids on summer break, it has been hard keeping them entertained and so we decided … Continue reading

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Importing Young Living EO

I’ve been reading up on the benefits of essential oils for about a year already and have been checking out local oils in the Vietnam market (read: malls). A few of my friends back in the PH and US have … Continue reading

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One Saturday afternoon…

…at Al Fresco’s D2, I met up with their PR Manager, Cindy and their Chef, Mario. It was a such a treat chatting with Chef Mario as he recounted his kitchen stories. He has been in Vietnam for 21 years — … Continue reading

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Ava’s Closet Moving Sale

I rarely go past Ben Thanh Market when going to work in the mornings but today I did, and saw that the roundabout along Le Loi is now closed off for the train construction. General Tran Nguyen Han has been … Continue reading

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SoNice.vn

Happy New Year! Went on a short holiday back to my home country for Tet and it’s only just now that am getting the chance to sit down. I hope you all had a lovely lunar new year. So let’s … Continue reading

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Made by Mun

So I have been trying to find a jewelry maker for the longest time when I chanced on Made by Mun. I wanted to have a sterling silver pendant with the number 100 on it. So as a “test” on Mun’s … Continue reading

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Let MarketOi do the shopping for you!

Even if Vietnam isn’t a Catholic country, it is now celebrating the Christmas holiday, massively. Last week, because of Vietnam’s president visit to Ho Chi Minh City combined with the number of malls and bazaars having holiday sales, not to … Continue reading

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