A time to travel abroad, a time to come home
A time to write the last Lan in Nam post and a time to start a new Joburg blog.
It is in fact now the time to (uhm) say goodbye.
So here with a few last fun filled things to say:
Firstly, if you're busy sobbing away at this post (because it's the last one and not because of the bad writing) then fear not, I have a just as useful new blog called Back in Jo(y)burg. So click it like it's hot:
Then, I do actually have something useful for you if you're thinking about working and living in Hanoi, this is of course if you don't find my other deeply insightful posts useful... but here with a link to my expat interview, it's about a saffa
living in Hanoi
Then lastly thanks to everyone who kept up with my adventures, thanks to those who stumbled on this page and decided to read it anyway, I have nothing to say to those who didn't. Thanks to Germany for reading, I mention Germany because more Germans seemed to follow than South Africans, so I think that's rather amusing. Thanks to Latvia for making and appearance on my stats every now and then. I just think that's cool too.
Who knows if there will be a LAN IN NAM the sequel, at this stage I just have no idea.
And then really lastly here are a few pictures I discovered on my phone, with no particular order and mission.
Em yeu Viet Nam! xxx tạm biệt ...
afternoons at ete
In my back yard, well more in Uncle Ho's back yard