I couldn’t help but feel peaceful walking through the temple complex at Goa Gajah. One of the few places that made the experience all the more worthwhile for me. I could actually see myself retiring in Ubud, Bali.
If you’re wondering where have I been these past few months, I’m actually doing guest posting on AnakBrunei.org.
To those contacts in Melaka that I’ve passed my name cards, and wondering where the articles I’ve supposed to do, you can find it over at AnakBrunei.org. You can find the list of the articles I’ve done here: http://anakbrunei.org/tag/guest-blogger. Please do check it out!
A slice of Saigon life, one zebra crossing at a time.
It’s quite hard to explain how the traffic flow in Ho Chi Minh City to my friends without them uttering disbelief. When I said that people just cross the road without needing the traffic to stop, I see that tiny amount of disbelief in their faces. I find that this photo is a perfect representative of the hectic hustle and bustle of HCMC, also known as Saigon.
At the start of this write up, I’ve said that this is a slice of Saigon life, and if you study the photo carefully, you will find the odd tourists looking for direction on their maps, uniformed officials, well dress workforce, and the blur of motorcycles far outnumbering their four wheel counterparts. And in the background you can find the famous B?n Thành Market, a marketplace where you can find tailored $20USD silk shirts alongside stalls selling the local delicacies.
I’ll do a full write up soon on my Tripping, which I can give you tips on what stuff to do or get to make for an awesome experience. I’ll go about it in chronological order starting with Thailand.
I have a looooot to talk about but man, where to start? Maybe this photo would be a good teaser as any. This was taken right beside Saigon River in Ho Chi Minh. Lovely city. Would love to tell you all about it soon.