Botanical Zoo Airbnb Apt – HCMC, Vietnam

I love living on Airbnb because you get to experience local areas that you sometimes wouldn't get to discover on your own. The building is quiet and off the tourist's beaten path, but only a few minutes away from the city center. I'm really enjoying the downtown skyline, the animals, and the Saigon river views. How cool is it to have a balcony overlooking the animals playing

Botanical Zoo Airbnb Apt – HCMC, Vietnam2016-12-13T01:20:23-05:00

Cute & Cozy Airbnb in District 7 – HCMC, Vietnam

After a few months of living in the straight Thailand jungle {lol, not really...but kind of for this city girl!}, we decided to head back to the convenient city life. Ubers, food delivery, walkable areas, yasss! We've decided to spend two months in Vietnam's biggest city, Ho Chi Minh City {formerly known as Saigon}. This month we lived in District 7, which is the newest

Cute & Cozy Airbnb in District 7 – HCMC, Vietnam2016-12-05T00:23:42-05:00

What to do in Bangkok – 3 Day Guide

Bangkok is a vibrant city full of colorful temples, beautiful architecture, yummy bites, fancy rooftop bars, and more! Think NYC...without the snow. My sister came to visit so I planned an itinerary based on a few of my favorite things. Here is my suggested 3 day guide for Bangkok: Day 1: River/Old Town Area *Try some local food. If you're not sure where to start, Pad Thai or Chicken Curry won't

What to do in Bangkok – 3 Day Guide2016-12-04T21:48:49-05:00

Jazz Hotel, Dog Friendly Beach Hotel in Da Nang, Vietnam

Growing up a South Florida girl, the beach has always been my home. I always miss the sound of the waves, the smell of the sea, and the breeze on my skin. After 2 months in the capitol of Vietnam, it's time to break out of the city and get some vitamin sea! Hey, if you're non stop working, you might as well enjoy your

Jazz Hotel, Dog Friendly Beach Hotel in Da Nang, Vietnam2016-12-04T21:49:05-05:00

St. Joseph’s Cathedral – Hanoi, Vietnam

Located just a few blocks over from Hoan Kiem Lake in the old quarter, sits the oldest church in Hanoi, St. Joseph's Cathedral. This beautiful, neo-gothic style cathedral is a must see when in Hanoi, Vietnam! There was a mass in session when we visited so the front doors were wide open with views of beautiful stain glass windows and the priest on a loud mic so the public could hear. The exterior

St. Joseph’s Cathedral – Hanoi, Vietnam2016-12-04T21:49:40-05:00

3 Must-Visit Rooftop Bars in Hanoi, Vietnam

Hanoi is fast paced; Full of life and bright lights. Stepping out into the streets of this city as a foreigner is a bit shocking. 3 million scooters weaving in and out of each other like ants in a non-traditional traffic dance. The majority of the buildings here are slender and multi level, featuring elevated views, and offering an escape from the commotion. Whether you're looking for a romantic spot or

3 Must-Visit Rooftop Bars in Hanoi, Vietnam2016-12-04T21:53:41-05:00

Pet Friendly Beach Hotel Near Hanoi

Hanoi, Vietnam is a modern city full of everything you could imagine - delicious food, flavorful coffee, malls, movie theaters, karaoke spots, shopping, and so much more. It's been quite an adventure exploring the city but after killing ourselves with work these past few weeks, it was time to leave the chaotic city for the weekend to refresh. If you're in Hanoi and looking for a nice beachside

Pet Friendly Beach Hotel Near Hanoi2016-12-04T21:53:54-05:00

How to Travel to Vietnam with a US passport

You're dreaming of delicious Pho, strolling through the old quarter, trekking through rice fields, and kayaking in Halong Bay...but where to start? Planning out travel with all of the entry rules is confusing - especially if you don't speak the language and you're planning a trip across the world. Some of the questions you're trying to google will give you mixed answers about visas, stay length,

How to Travel to Vietnam with a US passport2016-12-04T21:55:02-05:00