My Summer Semester Sociology Students had their midterm today. They were well prepared and so far the exams reflect their hard work. (Mr. Kevin is Watching 🙂 ) (He is smiling, the exam must have been easy…) Related posts: No related posts.
Monthly Archives: June 2006
About every six months here in Saigon, I get a new seat cover for my Yamaha Nouvo motorbike. This is actually my third replacement since I bought my motorbike back in August, 2004. This shop did not have any spare seat covers for my motorbike so they decided to make me a new one from […]
My house is close to the train depot which means plenty of waiting at train crossings sometimes. Last night I had to wait for about 5 minutes from the train to cross. (Yep, I am waiting on my Yamaha Nouvo) (Motorbikes waiting for the train to cross) Related posts: No related posts.
In Saigon, you must have a building permit, as in any Western country, before you are allowed to construct a house on your property. Unfortunately for those who decide not to seek a permit, the local police will come to demolish your house without this permit. The people who built this house in District 8 […]