Mui Ne

A long weekend available to us was totally taken advantage by many of us teachers. For some reason without discussing it we all ended up going to the same place - Mui Ne. Reasons being, BEACH naturally, plus it's a 5 hour drive from Saigon so not an exhausting trip but still a get away... Continue Reading →

Da Lat – Part 2

Crazy House One of my favourite places of my visit to Da Lat was the Crazy House, Hằng Nga guesthouse, built by Vietnamese architect Đặng Việt Nga. Listed as one of the world’s ten most “bizarre” buildings, many people have even made comparisons to Walt Disney when it comes to the design she created. Built in... Continue Reading →

Da Lat Part 1- Vietnam

It took a 6 hour bus drive to get from Nha Trang to Dalat which was eventful on its own. A sleeper bus, so great to sleep and lie in your own space. The drive is quite scenic as it goes into the depths of the country surrounded by mountains and many produce farms. A... Continue Reading →

Nha Trang

The Vietnamese Lunar New Year (TET) is celebrated in late January to February. Generally it's on the same day as the Chinese New Year except when the new moon occurs on different days due to the one-hour time difference between Vietnam and China. Tet is a very special time in Vietnam, more so then what... Continue Reading →

Good Morning Vietnam

I'd been itching to travel again. I felt like I had lost myself, working for the sake of living, not being fulfilled within my job, and living in a place that didn't give back to me. I finally made the decision to put myself first and do what I've been thinking of for 2 years.... Continue Reading →

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