Spent a couple hours at a coffee shop along the Saigon River last Monday. It was hot but then the thunderstorm came to cool things off. (View of An Phu villas) (An Phu on the left, Saigon on the right) (Another view of An Phu) (Thunderstorm is coming) (Surprised to see this boat on the river) (Right before the storm) … [Read more...] about Saigon River
Archives for July 2009
I know the guys from my Kendo dojo are wondering where I have been for the past 6 weeks. I thought my ankle, a recurring injury since I hurt it back over 3 years ago, was finally healed but last week, it started to swell up again. This surprised me a bit. Injuries in tropical climates, such as Vietnam, just seem to take forever to heal. I am now using Fastum Gel which, as … [Read more...] about Swollen Foot – 6 weeks later
Are there any Turkish food fans out there in Saigon? If so, let me know. I am trying to convince some of my Turkish friends to open a Turkish restaurant here in Saigon. There is a small community residing in Saigon now. If there is an interest, that may persuade them to ask for some Turks to open a restaurant here. There is a Turkish restaurant in Vung Tau if you really … [Read more...] about Turkish Restaurant Anyone?
From Vietnam Net Bridge, Hanoi's Nguyen Phuong Mai is one of the top ten supermodels in Asia: (Source: Vietnam Net Bridge) See more of Nguyen Phuong Mai's photos here: http://english.vietnamnet.vn/lifestyle/2009/07/860350/ By the way, SaigonNezumi.com is rated PG-13 :-) … [Read more...] about Vietnamese model in top ten Asian supermodels
Well, if you really want to fall in love with a Linux distro, you got to try Pardus 2009 International. You got to give it to the Turks, they created the next great sensation in the Linux world with this distro. Move over Sabayon and Linux Mint, Pardus 2009 is awesome!!! To make it even better, they are one of the first distros to incorporate KDE4 that reminds me alot of KDE … [Read more...] about Pardus Linux 2009 International on my Thinkpad T60