Part-time student. Part-time explorer. I'm always hungry for more.
Ho Chi Minh City
I check out Saigon and Mui Ne with my friends, Louise and Richard, in January 2013. We avoid zipping motorcades, eat cheap street food, and check out a desolate spa resort.
"District 1 (Quận 1) is the central urban district of Ho Chi Minh City, the largest city in Vietnam. The district is divided into 10 small subsets which are called wards. District 1 is where most of the city's administrative offices, consulates, and big buildings are located. District 1 is the busiest district in the city with the highest living standards."
Alongside Daan, I hang out with a few exchange students in Taipei in October 2012. We check out the night food markets, sing at a hip karaoke and come across a private Buddhist ceremony in an alleyway.
Chian Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, 中正紀念堂車站
Ximending! The Harajuku/Shibuya of Taipei, a very popular shopping and eating district for young Taiwanese
Taipei 101 - how it feels to be my height
Grilled corn slathered in spicy sauce and sprinkled with sesame seeds. Mm!
Night market fooooood
Before entering this market, Daan and I were walking through another tourist area that showed up in our tour guides. Little did we know it'd be a main street full of video casino gaming rooms and older prostitutes.
Taipei Main Station where all buses and trains intersect together. The second floor boasts a great selection of food, especially lots of beef noodle soups (niu rou mein)!
I would order the largest set meal in the airport...and finish it all
I celebrate Justin's birthday month (December 2012) with Jeddie in Tokyo! Raw fish, amazing burgers, and macrons for dayyyys.