Category Archives: Mekong Delta

Reexamine your “core values” Louis Vuitton

  “A single journey can change the course of a life.”  This is the catch phrase accompanying Louis Vuitton’s “core values” ad campaign.   Yes, this statement may be true.  But unfortunately for you Louis Vuitton I don’t think an … Continue reading

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Spring Cleaning: Open your Doors.

“Follow your bliss and the universe will open doors for you where there were only walls” – Joseph Campell It’s April, which means Spring is here (well in the states at least).  I’ve found myself going through a pseudo “spring … Continue reading

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The world’s freshest ginger. Seriously.

In a region of the world where the question “How are your bowel movements today?” has replaced “Good Morning Sunshine” as the first question of the day, food is naturally one of the most important aspects of living in South … Continue reading

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Ignorance really is Bliss?

Last Thursday afternoon me and Mike were sitting around our apartment when all of a sudden we decided that we had no plans, no obligations, and were soon going to be working 7 days a week for the next three … Continue reading

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