Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Why I Choose Vietnam

At a cafe named L'USINE - Highly recommended!
In a train in Da Lat
 
 


One day before my mini-Indochina trip, if somebody ask me, “what tourist attractions are famous in Vietnam?”, I will shrug my shoulders and smile.

Long time before I plan my trip, I just know two things about Vietnam: Ha Long Bay, and Vietnam War.

Or perhaps, flashback before I know Nhung, I never paid attention to a country named Vietnam. *ditiban atlas*

So, it's funny when somebody leaving mark in your life, you can't easily forget them.

For me, it happened between Nhung and I.



I once wrote about her in my old blog, like how much she means to me. No, unfortunately, we are not lesbian. Mwahahahahahaha.

But once again, life is funny. Really funny.

One day in 2011, this life introduces to me a very good friend. She's incredibly smart, she's cute, she's a good listener...she's just everything that I need in my lonely life my last days in university.

She is a friend, who always, always be honest and sincere. When she likes something from me, she tells it. When something goes wrong, she speaks up.

She is a kind of person who will tell you if your breath smells bad (not that I ever have that), but she accept you for who you are even though you might be slightly cracked.

And then, after she is in Indonesia for around six weeks, we have to be separated by miles.

Life is THAT unfair.

If he is a man, this will be a romantic story.

I do believe you often heard about this helplessly romantic guy or girl who chase the opportunity to be together with his/her lover, oh that long distance relationship story.

But sometimes it happens to a friendship.

Thus, after around two years exchanging messages on Facebook; telling stories about a guy that I or she loves, my first job or her first and second job, my family or her – I couldn't resist it anymore. I miss her so bad.

One time in Da Lat, when we had dinner and I was too busy with my phone (hello WiFi!), she said, “Hey, talk to me. When you go home, we can only talk through Facebook.”

And she was so deym right.

It was a trip to meet a best friend – which I didn't really care how much money I have to spend, or how many tourist attractions that I have to visit. All I want is just meet her.

Now I would say that it was my best days in this year. Thank you so much for giving me chance to disturb you, Nhung :)

Remember, as we always promise to each other, one day we will conquer the world together ;)

Lots of love,
Prima

P.S. Cheer up, girl! That newspaper will be regretting their decision to not having you work for them :p


For "18 Struggles That All Long-Distance Best Friends Know To Be True", read the article here.

5 comments:

  1. Oh god, you are soooo cruel, as if I am not missing you badly enough :(. We MUST see each other again somewhere. How about Myanmar ei?

    P.s: My sister and my mom keep asking me to update your first lady plan. So I just want to remind you that don't forget their names in your guest royal wedding list.

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    1. ahahahahaha, I miss you too :'(((
      Myanmar is good, Australia in January is better -- watching AFC Cup, yeah, football :p

      p.s.: send my warmest regards and kiss them for me. I'll keep that in mind, don't worry.

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  2. And I realize that I look happier with food, you look happier with me :v =))))))))))

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  3. I do believe you often heard about this helplessly romantic guy or girl who chase the opportunity to be together with his/her lover, oh that long distance relationship story.

    But sometimes it happens to a friendship.

    true :)

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    1. pernah ngalamin juga? share dong ;)

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