Day 2: Hang’s Family

Today was great because I got to spend a lot of time with her family. We traveled to their Rubber Tree farm, and learned all about that aspect of her father’s life, and we also...


Arriving in Ho Chi Minh City

As you can probably guess from my previous post about my experience flying, I’m having a pretty good time so far. I wouldn’t say it’s a good time because of how “fun” it is, but...


Riding On Trains Is Pretty Cool!

So, as some of you may know, I’ve never rode on a train before. I’ve had to wait for them at crossings frequently, but never actually travelled on one. My verdict on this way of...


Bustin flat in Kalamazoo… Waiting For a Train.

We’ve arrived at the train station in Kalamazoo! Our journey to Vietnam has finally begun, and so far everything is going SMOOTH! First, we loaded a bunch of luggage into Ronney’s car (roommate). The luggage...


Vietnam: T-minus 23 Days and Counting…

I’m very excited, and actually quite freaked out as well. I have no idea what to expect, since literally everything that happens will be new to me, including the airport security, and flying in general. Most people would be a bit surprised to read that I’ve never flown before. Never even been inside an airplane even. No helicopters or hot air balloons. I’ve never shot myself out of a cannon, or tied 1,300 balloons to my house and floated to South America. The closest I’ve been to flying, is jumping really high on a trampoline.


Missing the Good Old Days

What plays within my mind so often these days is “what am I going to do when I grow up?” Seems like a simple question to most seniors in college, but actually this question is quite difficult. I have many ideas, but I’m by far sure of what’s to come.

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