Already, here is the continuation from the Post travel gear evaluation. I have written a list of the things that worked for me and the things that did not work for me, while I was traveling for three months. This list made me realize that I should only bring what is necessary for me rather … Continue reading Post travel gear evaluation cont.
After having traveled for a total of three months, I have learned that I kinda over packed. Let me explain, I started my trip with a 35L backpack to carry the things that I thought I needed. Those list of things can be found here. One example would be clothes, for clothes I packed: 5 … Continue reading Post travel gear evaluation
I am Vietnamese-American, and was born in the United States. My parents taught my siblings and I how to speak Vietnamese as we were growing up. Out of me and my sisters, I was the only one in the family who struggled to speak Vietnamese decently. I would stutter and reply back to my parents … Continue reading Language: Vietnamese
I never would had thought participating in karaoke would be so much fun, especially with thirteen other strangers. This all occurred in the lovely city of Melbourne, Australia. I was couching surfing at the time, and one day my host had invited me to attend his friend's birthday party that evening. I was looking for … Continue reading Karaoke with strangers
I went on a family road trip to Niagara Falls, Canada. It was just my parents and I. It has been more than a decade since we last visited Niagara Falls. We decided to stay at a motel in Niagara Falls, on the Canadian side because my parents said that the view was better than … Continue reading McDonald’s: Niagara Falls, Canada
Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia, is where I had my second international McDonald's. I had it at the airport during an hour layover. I spotted a McDonald's in their food court and I was curious to see what kind of food the airport McDonald's served - I was not disappointed. There was one particular meal that caught … Continue reading McDonald’s: Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia (airport)
Cơm tấm is translated as "broken rice" in English. This cuisine traditionally comes with a side of rice, meat (usually grilled pork), veggies, and fish sauce. Everything is laid out on a plate in a elegant fashion. Most of the time people eat cơm tấm for lunch and/or dinner. The one way that I like … Continue reading Vietnamese cuisine: Cơm tấm