I remember arriving late afternoon. I was fairly full from lunch and lugging my camera up the stairs from the metro station felt exhausting. I made my way over to the cemetery gates and walked in. It was as if by walking through the gates, I stepped into someplace different. The bustling noises were no […]Read more "Cimetière Père-Lachaise"
Bosu book street is a small street tucked away from busy Nampodong in the heart of Busan. Most of the small stores are so full of books, you won’t be able to see the walls – it’ll appear as if the building is made of books. Most of them sell second hand Korean books, but […]Read more "Bosu Book Street"
I’m sat in front of Mall of Asia (MOA) on my last day in the Philippines. I have quite a bit of time left until my flight but am too tired to do much else than sit. I’m not sure what it is, but there’s something about the Philippines that I like. Last time I […]Read more "Realisation"
Initially, I didn’t want any of my belongings to be stolen while I left things unattended on the beach. That’s why I went out with nothing but a bit of cash, a towel, and my kindle. That was day 1. Today was day 2. I went out with nothing but the clothes on my body […]Read more "Finding Peace in Boracay"
So here I am, sitting in a mixed-gender resting area after finally hitting up the famous Vesta spa in Busan. It’s essentially the same as a Japanese onsen. It’s advertised as a spa and in reality, it’s a public bath with stunning views of Haeundae beach. I read reviews of this place on Tripadvisor and […]Read more "Naked Korea in Busan"
I started this blog a month ago for several reasons. 1. I have always wanted to write and record things about my travels. 2. I wanted to share my experiences with others around the world. 3. I have wanted to write a travel fiction but have become stuck, so I thought this would be an […]Read more "The Very Inspiring Blogger Award"
When someone thinks of Hong Kong, hiking is probably the last thing to pop up into someone’s mind. Skyscrapers, shopping, and restaurants are probably some of the more popular ideas that come to mind. However, having frequented Hong Kong a few times before, something different was in order. Google Maps helped me tremendously this time […]Read more "Running Down a Mountain in HK"