I used to think that summer and board games don’t mix well. Summer is outdoor while board games is indoor … More
And just like that, Summer 2017 has ended. It has been a busy April & May for the husband and … More
We arrived in Bangkok at 5 AM via 4 transport transfers from Vang Vieng, Laos. The journey started with a … More
The plan was to leave Vientiane at 6 AM but we found a 9:30 AM bus schedule. We welcomed the … More
Sharing our trip at Tripzilla was good because I was able to learn a lot from the people’s comments. While I … More
I wanted to do this post after I narrated the everyday adventure but the thought of knowing how poor have … More
Before continuing the story of our Indochina adventure in Vang Vieng, Laos – our longest city stop, let us reminisce … More
Fresh from our all-day-all-night city and country hopping, we arrived in Vientiane early morning of our 6th day. Our AirBNB … More
Yip. You read it right. It was a van, not a bus. And we were quite surprised as well. But they speak no English, how else would we know what’s going on. The husband kept asking if the van would take us all the way to Vientiane. I had no idea. The husband asked if I still have the ticket. The ticket was collected by the tuktuk driver. Whoah. We had no proof. I bet the husband was ultra-worried at that point because I was. But I kept my cool and the belief that we are favored. God is with us so who could be against us?
She kicked my ass. Hahaha! But what I love most about our little time in Saigon is the people we’ve known. After the tour, we had our late lunch in Subway. While waiting for our order, the husband remembered a familiar face. I wasted no time and talked to him. 🙂 The husband did too. Just awesome.