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Cu Chi Tunnels, South Vietnam

You can kill ten of my men for every one I kill of yours, but even at those odds, you will lose and I will win… 800 more words


An Unnerving Welcome - Bui Vien

With the exciting buzz that a new destination brings to me still on high, an extra spring in my step, the need to cram all the cravings and sights in one night; one’s excitement can easily bring one’s guard down.  619 more words

Bui Vien St

State of the (Marital) Union: 2015!

A new year! A time to look forward to all the cool stuff we want to achieve by the end of the year! A chance to reflect on the last 12 months! 946 more words

Rivers, islands, coconuts, bees, snakes, noodles, fruit and markets

The Mekong River delta is a must-do when you visit HCMC, and I’d got a recommendation that the tour booked through the pod hotel was worth doing, and I knew I wanted to do the two day trip as that included a visit to the floating market on the second morning. 1,418 more words

Birthday in Mui Ne

Hello from Ho Chi Minh!

I am aware that I have been absent for some time, so to my millions of fans (those millions are in Vietnamese Dong obviously) I would like to apologise. 647 more words

Partea Tearoom, Vietnam

One of the pioneers of English tearooms in Saigon, Partea is tuck away in an old apartment along the boulevard of Nguyen Hue. Its decor replicates that of a dollhouse with pretty chinaware to top off the unique afternoon tea experience. 108 more words


Sightseeing - and an education in orange

I definitely prefer cities, just arriving in Saigon I felt happier! Combination of the noise and bustle, and the fact that there’s always stuff to see and do. 751 more words