When I first came to Saigon and was faced with the traffic, I couldn't see any sense in the chaos on the roads (and often times on the sidewalk). But as many of my friends here can attest, there is a logic to driving in the city and the sooner you get a bike and get into it, the easier and less scary it will be. Having said that, there are however certain drivers whose habits can be quite irksome if not also dangerous.
Sunday, April 24, 2011
Thursday, April 14, 2011
Last week I began a new journey without leaving the city. I started an internship at an architectural firm. Pentago, a Malaysian based company, specializes in hotels, villas, and other luxury tourism designs throughout Asia.
Friday, April 1, 2011
I was woken up by a text coming in on my phone.LEE: "Running a bit late. Be there in five."
A quick check at the time and I realized that I was the one who would be late. Today, a small group of us were driving away from the flat urban expanses of Saigon to the nearest outdoor rock climbing location. Buu Long.
I rushed to get ready, packing my climbing shoes, camera, bandages, and tissues. All of which would come in handy.