Slowing Down in Saigon

22 10 2015

Ho Chi Minh City is such a busy, noisy, fast-paced city with so many people in it, it can be very tiring especially with the heat.  On the day I left Brunei and stopped in the Vietnamese capital on my way home to Tokyo, I was very relieved to have been taken to this lovely highly inconspicuous cafe in central Saigon by a school friend who is now living in the city with her French husband.

Yoko!

Yoko!

Loft Cafe

 

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24 10 2015
Dining Out in Saigon – the Final Night of the Viet Nam-Brunei Trip | A blog by Ayako Mathies

[…] the relaxing margarita (for me) break, Yoko and I headed to a nearby Japanese-managed, Vietnamese restaurant which helps “street […]

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