Afl international mixed game today in d7. I actually scored the first goal for the red team so I was officially chuffed! Plus after we finished it was all about the free booze and watched the vietnam swans play the Philippines team!
I just wanted to say I’m so proud and happy for miss-sardonic for passing her bar exam! Don’t know anyone else who deserves it more!
Still can’t get used to my fancy gym!!! Did a serious ab session, but I’m now drinking a beer which is fairly counter intuitive! Oh, and I got on my first motorbike taxi!
Love that my gym has a Burberry in the basement! First time I’ve been to the gym since Uni and it’s great to be doing some proper exercise! Vietnam feels more like home everyday!
So I’ve been here a couple of weeks
And I’m getting used to it. I’m socialising a lot and meeting new people. The only thing that is really getting to me is how
Isolated I feel emotionally from the people back home. My family seem so disinterested in me now and the other people I care about have their own lives that I’m not a part of anymore. I guess I’ll get used to it and work out how to ignore the way it makes me feel, but I can’t even communicate how I feel to them.
Gaelic football in d7! I’m in general not a ball sports person, but it was a great opportunity to learn something new and work in a team with lovely people! I’ll eventually get used to the weird rules! Don’t be fooled by the cooler, it looks like water on the top but it’s all tiger underneath!!
Running in vietnam: my knee is really really bad and I’m really upset because all I can do here is run, I don’t know how to sort it out and I’m now convinced it’s a really major problem as I’ve only run a tiny bit; tri, Wednesday and today. There’s a lot of stuff going on in the mornings in the park here, I saw salsa dancing, badminton and various yoga/ tai chi!