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A future biker in our homeschooler? by Christian Homeschooler on Oct 22, 2012Personally, I was never fond of motorcycles. With all the motorcycle accidents happening every single day (most of them tragic ones), I cannot help but set my mind on our family never having anything to do with motorcycles or motorcycle covers ever!



We’re on homeschooling break by Christian Homeschooler on Sep 19, 2012Just because we are on homeschooling break does not mean learning should stop. I will always find my eager little reader buried in one of his many books and some days ago, I caught him lying down on the bed with the How Things Work Childcraft book. S...



The evacuated homeschooler and Typhoon Survival List by Christian Homeschooler on Aug 7, 2012We have missed homeschooling classes for some days now because of the Flood Scare. We had to send him to my sister and brother in law’s place early yesterday to find refuge. Unlike last 2009’s Ondoy, we hope for him not to have to wade th...



Pasalubong shopping at Ben Tanh Market, HCMC by Christian Homeschooler on Apr 3, 2012Aside from all the praises that we have for Thien Xuan Hotel, its location is also perfect being a block away from Ben Tahn Market. We did not wait another day to go visit and check out the knick knacks at Ben Tanh Market. We went for our pasalubong...



Back from Vietnam and Cambodia by Christian Homeschooler on Apr 2, 2012Our family just flew back from Vietnam and Cambodia. A blast, it was! We could have brought our PACES with us on this trip and maybe have our son work on them from time to time. But we chose not to. Our son worked hard enough before we left, so I thi...



Our Stay at Thien Xuan Hotel in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam by Christian Homeschooler on Apr 2, 2012From all the three hotels we stayed in during our recent trip to Vietnam and Cambodia, it was Thien Xuan Hotel that we all loved the most. For $42 per night, we get more than our money’s worth. For a standard room, the size was spacious enough...