replied to the thread Visa services- Immigration services
on the Vietnam forum on September 23, 2014:
You can do but let we serve:
- Visa on arrival: start with 8usd;
- Applying for You can do but let we serve:
- Visa on arrival: start with 8usd;
- Applying for a new visa (entry with no visa, visa exemption): start with 70usd
- Visa extension (tourism, business,…): start with 25usd
- Visa exemption: start with 50usd
- Driving licence: start with 70usd
Contact us email@example.com for further information.
sorry for my late feedback,
Convert into car driving licence 70$
Convert into motorbike driving licence 140$
Convert into car + motorbike driving licence 150$
Don't need one soon but interested in driver license. is this for car or scooter ?
Serviced apartment for rent in Hoang Quoc Viet street, Cau Giay District, Hanoi. The construction area is 72 sqm with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and fully furnished ( sofa set, dining table set, kitchen cabinet, fridge, air-condition, washing machine).
The living area is 114 sqm with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 01 living room, 01 modern kitchen. Fully furnished and equipped. Facilities and services: air conditioners, internet connection, phone connection, cable television, auto fire alarm, professional management, 24/24 hour security, etc. The rental fee is $1000/ month.
A beautiful serviced apartment for rent in Tuc Mac, Tran Hung Dao street, Hoan Kiem District, Ha Noi. The living area is 40 sq m with 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 1 small kitchen.
Hi all! I am currently looking for someone that lives in Vietnam, in Ho Chi Minh City (or nearby) that owns a drone that can help me with filming some aerial shots. I will pay for your services.
I will be in Vietnam in the first week of November. Please let me know if you know anyone who owns a drone or if this is you!
I noticed that you got advice for it, I hope it will serve you.
Just my story: 4 years ago I needed aerial pictures for the development of a golf resort. I contacted a Ha Noi company and they quoted me with the cost for a real helicopter. The picture taking itselfes would be done with an R/C!
replied on September 12, 2014 with:
Hi you can contact infor@asiaflycam for professional drone shooting in Ho Chi Minh City, visit www.asiaflycam.com
replied to the thread living in saigon
on the Vietnam forum:
my friend is vn and travels there twice a year. he loves it. he says a great place to live. I don't know what I'm getting myself into. can some explain to me what it would be like living their. his dad lives there and offer me a room to rent for 500.00 dollars that includes laundry, maid, food with a cook pretty much anything I would need to live. I did meet a girl on facebook thru my friend that might live with me. what a'm I getting my self into. is it safe, things to do, they except someone from the united sates that can't speak vn. are their people who do, please give me any advice you can. worried in vegas
We are flower shop at District 2, HCMC. You can visit us and learn how to arrange flowers. If you are looking for sth to do, it would be a good part to try. We are a group of florist leaders at Sheraton; Park Hyatt...
You can stay in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org (Diem is our shop admin)
When you come to HCMC,VN. I would like to become a volunteer for you at the first time as your friend
I am Vietnamese, i am working for American company. I love meeting new friends to share the different culture, life style. . .
If you interest, pls send me an email via email@example.com
posted gyms in Saigon
on the Vietnam forum on September 18, 2014:
I am Vietnamese-American. I live in Vietnam now and I need to learn Vietnamese in a short time. How come can I learn Vietnamese quickly?
Have a nice day!
I'm Cham, living in Hanoi. As an experienced Vietnamese tutor for foreigners (speaking E), I would like to look for some new students. So if you are living in Hanoi and wanna improve your Vietnamese, plz feel free to contact my email chamlt.ftu[at]gmail.com or my fb: chamchit206
Hi, I'm Tr?n ??c Vi?t, I'm Vietnamese. You want to learn Vietnamese, like you, i want to learn English. We can help each other. Please contact me: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003969211260.
I'm glad to become your friend!
replied to the thread Looking to temporarily retire in Vietnam
on the Vietnam forum on September 17, 2014:
My partner has just been to Vietnam for an extended trip. He is rather keen to relocate there. I am not so sure. it doesn't help that I haven't been there yet!
I have been reading a lot on the forum and other places.
I am thinking we would be best to go for 6 months or similar to see how we really feel and what we would busy ourselves doing.
From a lot of what I read here and other places on the internet - seems western men are welcome with open arms.. What about old western women??? At my age I really can't be fussed with coping with young 20-30 year old all over my partner LOLOL - now that IS a joke. I don't mean to offend.
Basically I want to know how welcoming is it for an older woman. I intend to TRY to learn the language and really want to experience the culture - not just be a tourist. We are considering moving to enhance and change our lifestyle - not try and live an Aussie lifestyle in a foreign country. Of course its about cost too - I keep reading everywhere that retiring in Asia - our limited funds will go a lot further and have a better quality of life. Subjective I know... but any input on life for a 50+ western woman in Vietnam.
replied on September 17, 2014 with:
ALL good comment, VN people are awesome,very kind and open no judegmental attitudes, older people are respected not rejected the big issue may be rubbish in the street, but you will see it is always gone the next morning there is no rubbish trucks like Aus. it's really safe at night unless you look hard for trouble. When you get there take a map from the hotel, put it in your pocket and get lost, when you want to go home , refer to the map ask some one for help (sin loi) excuse me at the end ( Cammon) thank you Tam biet) good by ( wriiten as they sound). The xe om and cyclo riders are a pain for single guys not looking for sex as they ALWAYS want to take you for boom boom. I intend being in HCMc in Feb 15' this time to stay, hopefully you love it as much as I do, hen gup lai ( see you later )
You probably won't believe what I'm gonna say but in my case, i found horoscopes and chinese zodiac signs are completely right. It helps me understand my husband a lot and lucky for me, his horoscopes says all the good things about him. In Chinese zodiac, it even predicts if one couple gonna break up or no. My husband used to get married before he met me once. And his life is totally right like in the book predict. What I'm trying to say is horoscopes give me a lot of confidence in understand my husband and people around. I just need to know their birthday and I can predict a lit bit how they tend to act in life. It's something we can hold on to in a life that we never know what gonna happen. But more important than anything, I think if your marriage is 17 years I'm sure you guys have a very strong relationship and hard to break up. So don't worry about that. And in my opinion, bad girls are only at places like bars and mostly in Ho Chi Minh City. And you can tell from the way they dress. I wouldn't worry much because those girls are not very good with english and tend to find rich Vietnamese men though, not western guys.
My family and I are moving to Hanoi for business. We are exploring international school options in Hanoi. Do you have any suggestions?
I heard BIS is a really good school in hcmc. How is their counterpart in Hanoi?
replied on September 16, 2014 with:
Many international schools in Hanoi:
- Lycee francais Alexandre Yersin