I hadn't noticed that it is almost the Lunar New Year, and how long it had been since I last published a post.
I have been spending my time more on YouTube and sharing videos I created there. I am currently trying to reach out to more audience, trying to get more views on my videos. But, the thing is, I am not the kind who likes to share posts around. So, for those who found me, thank you for subscribing and staying with me. I really appreciate it.
Adulting makes me realise how many strands of white hair I have now due to work stress. I would love to dye my hair again, but I don't want to damage my hair. Speaking of which, I have not dyed since three years ago. All my rotten, dry and split hair had grown long and I chopped them off. My hair is in a good condition now, thanks to the products I use. Sadly, my hair is falling too. I tried using hair fall control shampoo but it gave my dandruff and I don't want to risk ruining my hair now.
Other than that, I am trying to do my best at work and changing my approach towards students since this year might be my last year in service. I am leaving this place for good. It's just a matter of time - earliest would be end of this year, latest would be next August. Sometimes, counting days kill me from the inside. Sometimes, I can't bear surviving one day in school. Imagine surviving until the end of the year. It seems like a hell to me.
So, in the previous school break (Merdeka holiday), I flew to Vietnam~ I was in Ho Chi Minh city. Well, since it's the capital of Vietnam, it is a very hectic city. Motorcycle is basically the main transportation there, you can possibly imagine motorcycles coming from all directions.
Onto the pictures!
The Notre Dame Basilica of Saigon!
It's so pretty even from the side! I wish I could enter the church to capture the beautiful stained glass windows, but no admittance allowed. :( Bummer!
Next to the church is the iconic Cental Post Office.
I couldn't get a nice picture from outside, so the interior is what I could capture nicely lol. It's a very old building and it is still operating. There were souvenirs sold inside I managed to send several postcards back to friends in Malaysia. The only thing I dislike here is the unfriendly staff.
I came across this on the last night of the trip. This is the Town Council, if I'm not mistaken.