Strolling in Faifo

Having spent 11 days in Saigon it was time to say sayonara and continue traveling. I have enjoyed the very hot weather (38°C), the freedom or driving a scooter and eating 24 hours (leading me to skip the scale since I knew I gained at least 4 kg on this trip). My next station was […]

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Saigon’s incredible coffee scene

Saigon is famous for its night life, food scene and incredible coffee varieties. Don’t think of boring Starbucks or McCafe but imagine a whole new world of places where you can relax, meet friends or work.  I actually prefer tea over coffee because firstly the coffee machine at my company is pretty bad and secondly […]

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A few words about Saigon

So recently I have not written any blog entries since I am so busy with visiting friends, family and all those delicious food hot spots. I haven’t had the chance to use my Canon G7x recently since it is too dangerous to use on the streets of my love Saigon. However the city has changed […]

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The Vietnamese Ao Dai

Dirndl, Kimono, Cheongsam and Hanbok are just few names for traditional clothes. All of them reflect centuries-old tradition of nations and are now no longer indispensable. Vietnam also has a costume that represents youth and elegance. A Vietnamese woman in her “Ao Dai” is incredibly beautiful to me, because you represent something pure. Especially the […]

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