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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by TopeQs: 9:24am On Apr 03
*pick broom and dust everywhere...*


una happy new month, WhyNa, why na?? been a while. hope you're doing alright.
hope everyone else is fine as well.

to all the hustlers out there, stay blessed.✌️✌️✌️
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by SpeciallyUnique(m): 12:01pm On Apr 03
This place has been quiet for a while.

I know we will be hearing good news from @Whyna soon
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by WhyNa: 3:20pm On Apr 03
TopeQs:
*pick broom and dust everywhere...*



una happy new month, WhyNa, why na?? been a while. hope you're doing alright.

hope everyone else is fine as well.


to all the hustlers out there, stay blessed.✌️✌️✌️

SpeciallyUnique:
This place has been quiet for a while.

I know we will be hearing good news from @Whyna soon

Make Una no vex mbok.

I've been mega busy. It's back to my normal schedule again so it's work work work.

Plus, I feel bad bad because I know you guys wanted pictures but I don't even know what to take pictures of again.

Yes we'll be hearing some good news soon.

Peace

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by angelusbrut: 11:41pm On Apr 03
Samuelmide69:
I pray make Vietnam open border for us by April, I thank God say we just finished our first semester through online and our second semester just started, my people Online class no easy but I Enjoy am...

The good news is that our school just open admission portal now @whyna and the moderator of nairaland I will like to talk with you..

Abeg link for online class
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by WhyNa: 12:48am On Apr 04
angelusbrut:


Abeg link for online class

Lol. You follow pay school fees?
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by angelusbrut: 6:16am On Apr 04
WhyNa:


Lol. You follow pay school fees?

Babu,I follow but I don forget
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by iamadonis2(m): 8:59am On Apr 04
Abeg which University are you guys enrolled at? Or which can you suggest for me to pursue admission? My first degree in Nigeria was a huge mess and I’m yet to go for NYSC. Still thinking whether I should just go to Vietnam and start afresh with under-graduate studies.

Plus I’ve sent some mails to HUST, and two others still no reply. It’s been 3 weeks.

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by WhyNa: 11:59am On Apr 04
iamadonis2:
Abeg which University are you guys enrolled at? Or which can you suggest for me to pursue admission? My first degree in Nigeria was a huge mess and I’m yet to go for NYSC. Still thinking whether I should just go to Vietnam and start afresh with under-graduate studies.

Plus I’ve sent some mails to HUST, and two others still no reply. It’s been 3 weeks.


Like I said earlier, I don't know much about schools but I know 4 universities here that are good

British University Vietnam
Vietnam National University
Hanoi International University
FPT university

You can go to their website and check

Also, please please please, deal with only recognised universities and then rep. I wasn't comfortable with a sis here who said she was in contact with a university that wanted to do working visa for her. I told her this but after she said she did her research, I hands off cos like I said, wetin I know.

Just be careful guys. I'm in support of whatever would make those seeking greener pastures leave (except illegal activities)

Do what you must but be wise.

Oh and happy Easter

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Nicoswit(m): 12:13pm On Apr 04
WhyNa ...give us gist nw
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by iamadonis2(m): 1:08pm On Apr 04
WhyNa:


Like I said earlier, I don't know much about schools but I know 4 universities here that are good

British University Vietnam
Vietnam National University
Hanoi International University
FPT university

You can go to their website and check

Also, please please please, deal with only recognised universities and then rep. I wasn't comfortable with a sis here who said she was in contact with a university that wanted to do working visa for her. I told her this but after she said she did her research, I hands off cos like I said, wetin I know.

Just be careful guys. I'm in support of whatever would make those seeking greener pastures leave (except illegal activities)

Do what you must but be wise.

Oh and happy Easter

You’re the best, WhyNa.

Happy Easter!

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by fredgod4332: 8:28pm On Apr 04
Please brother, which Visa is advisable for one to come to Vietnam with? Students ,tourist or work Visa? And how can one start the process.........thank you
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Samuelmide69: 12:16pm On Apr 05
Hello ma @ Whyna.. I want to discuss with you Please can I have your mail or number. Thanks
WhyNa:


Like I said earlier, I don't know much about schools but I know 4 universities here that are good

British University Vietnam
Vietnam National University
Hanoi International University
FPT university

You can go to their website and check

Also, please please please, deal with only recognised universities and then rep. I wasn't comfortable with a sis here who said she was in contact with a university that wanted to do working visa for her. I told her this but after she said she did her research, I hands off cos like I said, wetin I know.

Just be careful guys. I'm in support of whatever would make those seeking greener pastures leave (except illegal activities)

Do what you must but be wise.

Oh and happy Easter
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by iamadonis2(m): 5:28pm On Apr 05
WhyNa:


Like I said earlier, I don't know much about schools but I know 4 universities here that are good

British University Vietnam
Vietnam National University
Hanoi International University
FPT university

You can go to their website and check

Also, please please please, deal with only recognised universities and then rep. I wasn't comfortable with a sis here who said she was in contact with a university that wanted to do working visa for her. I told her this but after she said she did her research, I hands off cos like I said, wetin I know.

Just be careful guys. I'm in support of whatever would make those seeking greener pastures leave (except illegal activities)

Do what you must but be wise.

Oh and happy Easter

FPT and VNU look “within reach”. Can you help someone’s decision making process? grin grin You may not want to, but please...

My first degree is a mess, yet to go for NYSC though. I’m considering another undergraduate degree in Computer Science... Smart or dumb?
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Tovai: 8:26am On Apr 06
Hello WhyNa. I am interested in the hair business. Please send me a mail.

WhyNa:
Hey guys,

It's been a minute. Again, apologies for not updating frequently. Like I said earlier, I only want to give out content that's new or that helps in anyway either by giving you insight of what life is like here or what to expect for those coming.

Sadly, I haven't been able to do much of that compared to when I just arrived as I work work work and then this year's TET wasn't a fun one due to Covid-19 so I couldn't go out or take pictures.

Anyways, everything is under control now and schools are back on. Yayyyy. I'll be resuming on Monday.

So today, I visited another province 3 hours from mine and used the sleeper bus. See pictures attached.

Here's what my experience was like....

The journey to the province was amazing. We were just about 10 or so even though we left by 8am and the bus could take maybe 40 people.

The seat/bed was sooo comfortable with enoughhhh leg space and options to comfortable recline or adjust your seat/bed however you want.

There's AC and WiFi and blankets are provided. You also take off your shoes when you go in and you're given a nylon to put them. We had a brief stop one hour into the journey and when stepping out of the bus, slippers are provided so you don't need to put your shoes back on again.. I slept very well. Haha.

The journey back though wasn't so amazing for one sole reason. The bus was fiull. The only vacant seat/bed was Infront and I wast comfortable so the moment someone from the back alighted, I took the space and big mistake....foul odour. I jejely went back to my previous space.

This is my first experience though. Probably some people there had some BO issues or maybe that's the way it is when the bus is full but I doubt cos only that area had that foul odour.

In order news, I've started my quest on finding side hustles one can do here apart from teaching. I already have one but hey, I gat Igbo blood �

Did you know bone straight hair comes from Vietnam �. Let me know if you're into that let's do business.
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Someone asked about school and visa. I still don't know how schooling and visa works here. I only know about working and visas.

To those "waiting" for it to get "better" ....well, while it's good to have hope, I'd advise you either take your time and think fast or while thinking, have options b and c because as long as Covid-19 is around, there's no getting better.

I've watched visa prices increase with 100usd, then 500 USD, then more than 1000 USD thanks to the rules the government keeps dishing out.

As if that's not enough, IELTS will soon follow so make hay if you've really thought about it and you feel Vietnam is the place for you.

This changes are also good for us here already as compared to the stupid 800 USD per month they were offering our African brethrens, it's now 1200. It's still poor to me but very okay for a beginner.

Hopefully, I can give more frequent updates. It may help if there's a particular topic or there are pictures of particular things you want to see. Then I can work on that.

Peace

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by d0pekellz(m): 5:28pm On Apr 07
WhyNa:




Make Una no vex mbok.

I've been mega busy. It's back to my normal schedule again so it's work work work.

Plus, I feel bad bad because I know you guys wanted pictures but I don't even know what to take pictures of again.

Yes we'll be hearing some good news soon.

Peace

Can't wait to hear this good news ohh
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Marvelights: 11:05am On Apr 08
@whyna
Thank you for being ever amazing and for all these beautiful information you've shared.

I've seen beautiful pictures you've posted but haven't seen your face. lol
Mind sharing, so we can place a face with an amazing personality
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by AmNuhRegular(f): 10:09pm On Apr 11
Sending you a mail concerning hair please

WhyNa:
Hey guys,

It's been a minute. Again, apologies for not updating frequently. Like I said earlier, I only want to give out content that's new or that helps in anyway either by giving you insight of what life is like here or what to expect for those coming.

Sadly, I haven't been able to do much of that compared to when I just arrived as I work work work and then this year's TET wasn't a fun one due to Covid-19 so I couldn't go out or take pictures.

Anyways, everything is under control now and schools are back on. Yayyyy. I'll be resuming on Monday.

So today, I visited another province 3 hours from mine and used the sleeper bus. See pictures attached.

Here's what my experience was like....

The journey to the province was amazing. We were just about 10 or so even though we left by 8am and the bus could take maybe 40 people.

The seat/bed was sooo comfortable with enoughhhh leg space and options to comfortable recline or adjust your seat/bed however you want.

There's AC and WiFi and blankets are provided. You also take off your shoes when you go in and you're given a nylon to put them. We had a brief stop one hour into the journey and when stepping out of the bus, slippers are provided so you don't need to put your shoes back on again.. I slept very well. Haha.

The journey back though wasn't so amazing for one sole reason. The bus was fiull. The only vacant seat/bed was Infront and I wast comfortable so the moment someone from the back alighted, I took the space and big mistake....foul odour. I jejely went back to my previous space.

This is my first experience though. Probably some people there had some BO issues or maybe that's the way it is when the bus is full but I doubt cos only that area had that foul odour.

In order news, I've started my quest on finding side hustles one can do here apart from teaching. I already have one but hey, I gat Igbo blood �

Did you know bone straight hair comes from Vietnam �. Let me know if you're into that let's do business.

Someone asked about school and visa. I still don't know how schooling and visa works here. I only know about working and visas.

To those "waiting" for it to get "better" ....well, while it's good to have hope, I'd advise you either take your time and think fast or while thinking, have options b and c because as long as Covid-19 is around, there's no getting better.

I've watched visa prices increase with 100usd, then 500 USD, then more than 1000 USD thanks to the rules the government keeps dishing out.

As if that's not enough, IELTS will soon follow so make hay if you've really thought about it and you feel Vietnam is the place for you.

This changes are also good for us here already as compared to the stupid 800 USD per month they were offering our African brethrens, it's now 1200. It's still poor to me but very okay for a beginner.

Hopefully, I can give more frequent updates. It may help if there's a particular topic or there are pictures of particular things you want to see. Then I can work on that.

Peace

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