• Ho Chi Minh City,  Uncategorized,  Vietnam,  What to do

    Ho Chi Minh City Museum

    Children, do not confuse yourself. Hanoi has Ho Chi Minh Museum which was built to honor the late Vietnamese leader Ho Chi Minh. Now, there’s also Ho Chi Minh City Museum located in District 1 of Saigon and that’s where we went. The only museum I recall that I’ve been to prior this was the National Museum in Manila. I couldn’t remember the other museums I visited during our educational field trips in gradeschool. So when we arrived in Saigon, we didn’t waste our time and set foot in the old Ho Chi Minh City Museum. Old? Kaiz GalangKaiz is a stay-at-home mom and currently works as an Operations Specialist for a software…

  • Ho Chi Minh City,  Uncategorized,  Vietnam,  What to do

    35K isn’t Cheap

    Our friend EJ, a big Che Guevarra sucker, requested that we buy him a cap with a single star design similar to his icon’s famous beret. Che’s from Cuba and we’re going to Vietnam. I didn’t see the connection. Kaiz GalangKaiz is a stay-at-home mom and currently works as an Operations Specialist for a software engineering company based in the US.

  • Ho Chi Minh City,  Uncategorized,  Vietnam,  What to do

    A Palace Without a King

    I thought Vietnam was all about bicycles, dirt cheap goods, leaf hat, and great noodles. But then there are the palaces, museums, and rich war chronicles that I missed (except for their epic feat over the Americans, that I know). Kaiz GalangKaiz is a stay-at-home mom and currently works as an Operations Specialist for a software engineering company based in the US.

  • Uncategorized,  What to do,  Zambales

    Tree Top Adventure

    For two seconds, I became a stone. You know, that thing that falls down the ground before you can even blink. Kaiz GalangKaiz is a stay-at-home mom and currently works as an Operations Specialist for a software engineering company based in the US.

  • Kuala Lumpur,  Malaysia,  Uncategorized,  What to do

    Kuala Lumpur in One Day

    Deprived of money and time? Kuala Lumpur may seem like a big city but it takes just a pair of brawny legs, a few Ringgit, and a big water bottle to visit its most popular spots in one day. Rowjie and I successfully did it. Check out my list of what to visit or do in KL without spending that much. Below is a map of Kuala Lumpur, which will aid you during the tour. Kaiz GalangKaiz is a stay-at-home mom and currently works as an Operations Specialist for a software engineering company based in the US.

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