The Saigon Central Post Office is a must visit when in Saigon. It’s in downtown and hard to miss – both because of the immense amount of surrounding tourists and the unique architecture. The post office was built during French occupation in the late 19th century. It sits across the street from another French remnant … Continue reading Saigon Central Post Office
Our first full day in Hikkaduwa began with a run to the local “pharmacy/medical center.” It was the first store we saw that was selling sunscreen. Since Hikkaduwa is a beach town, we figured sunscreen would be plentiful. It wasn’t. Before we found the pharmacy, multiple stores just didn’t have any sunscreen. And if they … Continue reading A Sick Burn: Hikkaduwa, Day 2
After our very cold and most likely haunted stay in the Amalfi coast mountain village, we were looking forward to a staying in a “real” apartment. An apartment with hot water, comfy bed, and the ability to be heated over 65 degrees. We had booked an Airbnb in Trastevere because we had read the neighborhood … Continue reading From Airbnb Horror to Heavenly Hotel.
We live in a little neighborhood 20 minutes outside of Florence. Access to transportation and Wi-Fi were a WHOLE thing when we moved to Florence. We wanted to avoid getting a cell phone plan while we were here. But as soon as we got lost in the city with no chargers and no wi-fi to … Continue reading How not to get a €50 fine when you ride the bus in Florence