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We get into the nitty-gritty of how they manage the group, what kind of problems they have to deal with on the day-to-day, what motivates them, and most of all, what it feels like to run the largest English speaking group in Vietnam.Expats in Ho Chi Minh City is about connecting a diverse group of people with a common interest: getting to know Saigon.TF: Ash and I had spent a bit of time in Vietnam during our travels before we were married and whilst I was pregnant, so I thought I knew what to expect when we arrived as a family of three. As soon as we walked out of the airport with our tiny baby, five moving boxes and 4 suitcases the tears started flowing.The air was hot and humid and filled with the sounds of a million horns.Just over a month later (the day after our 10 weeks scan) he moved to Singapore to start his training and I stayed in Australia to finish my post-graduate studies and continue working.In June last year our daughter, affectionately known as Bunny, was born and eight weeks later we packed up our whole life and joined him in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC).
We dive in deep with the Tom and Samuel to see what makes them tick.
I was delighted to connect via Instagram during our travels in South East Asia with fellow Aussie Terri, who is currently living in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) with her husband Ash and their young daughter “Bunny”.