A Traveler’s Guide Vespa, Honda, and Yamaha scooters pulse through the streets in a perfectly orchestrated buzz. Seamlessly intersecting, the Old world peacefully collides with present day in a frenzied explosion of food, culture, customs, and nature. At first glance, one might find it hard to believe that all of these things can co-exist withContinue reading “Controlled Chaos- 8 Days in Vietnam”
10 Days in Thailand- A Traveler’s Guide In Thailand, you have no other choice but to let it go. Succumbing to the playful and outgoing personalities of the Thai people and embracing a pace of life that is, ‘Sabai, Sabai.’ After over two years of navigating pandemic related travel bans and quarantines, Southeast Asia isContinue reading “Sabai, Sabai”
I’m unsure if there has ever been a place I’ve traveled to that I haven’t wanted to visit again. For me, part of the beauty of traveling is to continue exploring and constantly carving out new experiences. And, no matter how many different places I’ve been fortunate enough to see, there are always more adventuresContinue reading “Kickin’ It Kauai Style”
A Traveler’s Guide to Hawai’i We were determined to leave the bitter cold in Seoul for warmer days. Last year, Ashlee’s Mom made the long journey to Korea and we spent two bone chilling weeks touring around the peninsula (Pork Chop Meets Korea). This year we decided to leave the frigid temps behind and spendContinue reading “Big Chill on the Big Island”
Getting There Owning a car in Korea has allowed us to embark on countless road trips throughout the peninsula; exploring the mountains and beaches that comprise the phenomenal landscape of the region. However, when time is limited or you simply do not care to navigate the highways, there are plenty of other options that doContinue reading “No Car, No Problem- Traveling Light on Jeju”
From Jirisan, we drove just over an hour to the southern end of the Korean peninsula and crossed the bridge over to Yeosu island. Our pension (Naver Maps), was located 3 floors up from a fishing pier falling off into the south sea. Yeosu boasts over 350 islands in the area and it seemed weContinue reading “Yeosu and Islands Abound”
-Nogodan Guesthouse With a week off from school for Chuseok, we woke up at 5am to try to beat the Seoul traffic, but found the roads cluttered with other holiday bound travelers. After about 4 hours in the car we arrived at the Nogodan Guest House near the town of Guryre. There must have beenContinue reading “‘Traveling is About People’”
Whether you are wanting to break free from the bustle of Seoul or are visiting Korea in the near future, Sokcho is a prime destination that features the grand splendor of mountain ridges peering down on a pounding surf. In the short time living in Korea, we have grown to love this spot as a wayContinue reading “Soaking in Sokcho- A Traveler’s Guide”
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