This is it, the Biggy, the grand stress reliever of the year. It’s over; that weird nightmarish year that’s finished. Finally, we’ve got something new to look forward to! We’re talking midnight mile-long motorbike jams in Ho Chi Minh City, firework displays to wow the kids and terrify the dogs, and a heck of lot of ‘mot, hai, ba, yo’ heard in the bars and cafés of every tiny village in Vietnam. It occurs on the evening of the 24th of January in 2020. And the nation goes wild. This is where the mobile phone networks go into meltdown five minutes past midnight and your drink order is a ten-minute wait. It’s the moment you either thank your lucky stars that you’re single or in a relationship and not the best time to start something new or dump something old! (That comes later when you’re capable of thinking straight again…) Vietnam’s Lunar New Year holiday starts on the 25th of January and runs to the 29th. However, with people traveling to their hometowns and the weekends involved, you could just as easily say it will be about ten days off from work! In the month preceding Tet (pronounced more like ‘tek’) as… Read full this story
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