...but ended up finding familiarity at every turn. I ended up at all of my old haunts,
Our old apartment:
Myself, in my helmet:
Jake's old work:
My old work:
Our old Market:
The Notre Dame Cathedral:
The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf:
(Wait a minute....since when has there been a Coffee bean in Saigon??)
Lei Loi + the Tax centre:
I enjoyed a little afternoon relaxation after a few hours of driving:
Grew a little frustrated with the Vietnamese spam on my phone:
Was happy that I could remember the art of finding my motorbike in this:
And came home to shower, relax end enjoy some lunch:
This shot of the beer is for you Jake. I actually enjoyed more of the 333 beer than the expensive Zorok, but I couldn't help but giggle and say my name in a funny accent: Cori Zorok.
And here's a tour of the new digs:
It's funny, and this may sound weird considering how much time I have spent complaining of the frustrations of living in Vietnam in the past, but I feel so good here. At peace, at home.
That being said, I do miss my husband and my pup very much. Luckily I see them on skype twice a day : ) It's funny, since I feel everything is so familiar, I find it hard to take pictures of everything...I feel like I've seen it all before (in a good way) but I remember that all of you haven't. So I'll do my best to keep an eye on sharing my Vietnam with all of you.