You can say that I can be a “food snob” at times. I’m definitely into trying new dishes, but there are some things that I refuse to dabble on because I don’t like to spend money on something that I’m not even sure if I’d like. Experimentation isn’t an option […]
Traveling by foot and seeing a destination is one thing, but exploring culture through taste and unfamiliar flavors is a whole new realm. This was something that I’ve learned during my short visit in Ho Chi Minh City – a city bustling with life, colors, and great food.
Visiting the Cu Chi Tunnel and some life reflections about life and war.
Lately, I’ve been learning to accept that I wouldn’t be okay every day… and that’s okay.
Ho Chi Minh City: What to see, what to skip, and everything else in between.
“2.5 Million.” I blinked twice in disbelief. “Are you sure?” I asked quickly, hoping that this was all a mistake.
So. Quick catch up: a month ago, I rode a plane going to Ho Chi Minh City and spent 12 amazing days by myself, going to four different cities in 3 neighboring countries. It was definitely one of the most nerve-wracking and liberating moments of my life.