Today was a beautiful day in Korea – sunny and clear, though a bit chilly. For a brief time in the afternoon, however, the sky became gray and rain pounded … Continue reading
I talked about how to navigate the intercity buses in Korea to be like a local, but embrace yourself as a foreigner by taking advantage of free intercity shuttle buses. … Continue reading
During Chinese New Year, Adam and I were fortunate enough to spend it with a Taiwanese family in Taichung, which literally means the center of Taiwan. The third largest city … Continue reading
Worried about the crowds and closed shops in Chinese New Year in Taiwan? Don’t be discouraged! Here are 7 tips to survive your trip.
Some tips on traveling in Korea via bus.
What if I said you could have a fantastical shower, steam those toxins out, have a place to sleep, all while having a real Korean experience for $7-14 a night? What’s that you say? Okay, I’ll tell you more!
Remember this number when traveling in Korea.
From dense rainforests housing endangered animals to thousands of species of fish surrounding Sipadan Island, Sabah, Borneo is a paradise for those seeking adventure, nature and wildlife.
An Irish expat living in my town put together this video to capture the place that I’ve been calling home for over two years. Beautifully portrays this wonderful city of … Continue reading