Ho Chi Minh City Feels Like Home

Before dusk, our plane arrived at Tân Sơn Nhất International Airport, the busiest airport in Vietnam. I can already tell that it’s going to be a little humid just by looking at the sky—colors of amber scatter across the vast skies. At last, we are here in Ho Chi Minh City. The airport was a little chaotic—people…

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Reliving My Childhood at Stacy’s

One Saturday, I found some free time in the afternoon. I packed my weekend essentials, camera and a laptop then hailed a taxi as soon as I got out of my home. Strolling along Bonifacio Global City can be a little bit tiring, so I stopped by Stacy’s, the establishment I have been meaning to…

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Little Flour: My New Obsession

Little Flour suddenly became my go-to cafe for the last two days. Though it’s usually flocked with customers, it’s still is my number one choice. Maybe something about the way the whole cafe is designed or maybe it has that certain jenesaisquoi—I am so drawn to it—like a moth to a flame. It is situated…

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Cocina Peruvia: an Introduction to Festive Peru

What do you do when you’re stuck under a heavy rainfall? If you’re thinking about food then your guess is as good as mine. I had the pleasure of discovering what seem to be is an underrated dining place in Bonifacio Global City. Cocina Peruvia is nestled between a bank and another food establishment. The…

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Hoi An, the Hidden Gem in the Heart of Vietnam

It had been raining for days when we arrived in Da Nang. Our plans to stay out late are cut short and is turned into Phở dinners in the cold, drizzly evenings. Once the skies clear up, we will go to Hoi An to finally start our two-day adventures here. Hoi An, a UNESCO World Heritage…

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