Natalia Martínez is a Spanish girl who moved to Vietnam after graduating in journalism. Having worked for Spain's premier radio station, she is now a freelance journalist and teaches English and Spanish in Ho Chi Minh City. Despite being so busy, she still finds time to share silly stories on her blog desdevietngon.wordpress.com and eat ridiculous amounts of cheese.
Natalia Martínez went on a hunt for cafés that open the entire night and offer a place to hang out until sunrise. Photos by Francis Xavier
From The Canary Islands to Saigon
The king of snacks, banh xeo is everywhere in Ho Chi Minh City. But which joint makes the best? Natalia Martínez went on little tour in search of the winner. Photos by Francis Xavier
I knew that moving to Vietnam would bring me an endless list of wonderful experiences, as well as some awesome food adventures.
Padma de Fleur is already known in town, and behind this name is the owner Quynh Anh, who has put her heart and soul into this flower shop. Her ambition has led her to move into a new sphere. Now she’s serving lunch — with style, of course.