Tag Archives: Christmas

Sights of Christmas

Haven’t really been going around much to see the sights so these are just some scenes of Christmas I’ve been seeing near work and our home. Hope everyone is gearing up for Christmas! Am excited that Christmas is upon us! … Continue reading

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Three Days Before Christmas

This is quite a late post but I’ll post it here anyway for future reference. So I was tasked by the office early this month to find the perfect tree for the office plus decors. I have been shopping at … Continue reading

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TEA-riffic

Our friends from Sense Asia have worked hard for the past 9 months to present the best teas sourced only from local Vietnamese farmers. “We have carefully chosen the best teas from local tea farms of Vietnam and turn All Country … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas!

I know the Internet has been painfully slow these past few days and will probably continue for a few more weeks due to a cable break along the coast of Vung Tau, so I’m taking this opportunity to sneak in … Continue reading

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Christmas at the Canal District

Every year, the Canal District (area where Grandview and Garden Plaza are) in Phu My Hung is beautifully lit up for the Christmas season. We try to go every year. Well, I try to drag my family along. I love … Continue reading

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FFSC Christmas Bazaar

Helping spread the word on the upcoming All Day Xmas Bazaar at the Friends for Street Children! The FFSC helps in the education of some 1200 children and employment of disadvantaged women. Needless to say, the profits of the bazaar … Continue reading

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Christmas Mass in Dalat

Christmas in Saigon has become more festive over the last 3 years we’ve been here but comparing it to the intensity of the Christmas celebration in Manila, it still has a lot of catching up to do.  But of course, … Continue reading

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