5. You may like it more than you assume
I honestly wasn’t as keen to move to Saigon as much as I was yearning to relocate to Hanoi. I was concerned about it being a bit far from natural landscapes; I was also worried there wasn’t much to do. While it’s true there’s not always a lot of touristy things to do once you’ve explored the city in a few days, there is always something to do on the weekends and in the evenings. Saigon is incredibly diverse and beautiful and I’m happy that I ultimately agreed to move here as it’s opened up a world of opportunity for me, both professionally and personally. It goes to show that you never know what is at the other end until you surrender to the flow - life is full of surprises.
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