This was supposed to have been a blog about how I'm growing and changing as a person while traveling and teaching abroad for a year, but it's basically pictures of food that I've eaten paired with long-winded descriptions. I like to do a lot of budgeting and accounting on my blog, so people who are interested in or are already living in HCMC can see how much things are costing for me and compare that to what they've heard or their own experiences.
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30 countries in Asia
This blog is inspired by the "How to be Alone" video by Andrea Dorfman and Tanya Davis. Since I am living alone in South Korea and making adventures and memories for myself in a foreign place, I want to learn to embrace the alone-ness and show that I can overcome the negative connotations that the word "alone" is associated with. That alone is okay and that I can do all this stuff alone and look at all the people I can meet on a journey that started alone.
My blog is a website, photographic journey, and record of thoughts compiled while living in Hoi An, Vietnam. My usual home is Brisbane, Australia. I am keen to get involved in the local community here in Hoi An and do what I can to help if my skills can be of use. I welcome contact from anyone and everyone who has an interest in Vietnam generally or Hoi An specifically. Read my blog and join me on the journey!
A young French-Spanish couple traveling through Southeast Asia