Many people want to travel but prescribe to a myth that wandering is for goalless vagabonds procrastinating the responsibilities of the ‘real world.’ However, nothing could be further from the truth. there are various ways one can take part in productive long-term travel.
Protectors of an Ancient Time
Today, we have satellites, aircraft, bombs, guns – a whole slew of modern warfare technology that countries use to protect themselves from other nations.
But in ancient times, the only thing that separated people from a potential invasion or destruction by a foreign nation was a simple brick wall.
Expat Living – South Korea
As published in Sawubona Magazine (June 2014)
Moving to South Korea has been one of my best decisions. The opportunity to immerse myself in a new culture has brought depth to my knowledge of the world, particularly because eastern cultures are quite different from western ones.
Gamcheon Culture Village: Busan’s Hidden Gem
With the spread of vividly colorful houses sitting atop a seaside cliff, Taegeukdo Village looks more like scenery you’d find in South America or coastal Italy, not South Korea.
The mountain of the odd and wise people
Photos of South Korea’s first and largest national park
10 Days in Thailand (Video)
Bangkok | Koh Phangnan | Krabi | Koh Phi Phi | Chiang Mai
The Best of Japan
Photos from Kyoto, Tokyo and Osaka
Celebrating Lunar New Year in Korea
For many throughout the world, New Years has already come and gone – but not in Korea. Here the celebrations are just about to kick off, and unlike the West, the festivities last for more than just 24 hours.
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