Before the new year I wrote a reflective post about my top 10 best travel moments from 2017. However, if you have been reading my blog – or know anything about …read more →
While working as an English teacher in South Korea I found the winters there miserable. I know that I am from Canada so you would think that Korean winters would …read more →
As a traveler and vegetarian many people ask me how I travel the world without eating meat. The truth is that I became a vegetarian before I became a traveler. …read more →
I’m sure you have repeatedly heard the notorious quote “beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” I believe this wholeheartedly. Yet, through traveling I have discovered that the country …read more →
South Korea is still a very un-traveled country. This can often make it hard for people to get around or know where to go. After living there for over a …read more →
Whenever I heard people talk about countries like China and Korea eating dog I used to think that this was some sort of crazy rumor that made its way across …read more →
Korea has a very distinct culture and does many things that are very different from the Western lifestyle. In fact, some might even say odd. However, in a short time you will find yourself adjusting to the culture and doing some things that you would never think of doing at home-never mind enjoy.