Asia, Destinations

My South Korean Round Up

Are you travelling in South Korea and not sure which route to take? Perhaps you want to see the highlights of South Korea but do not want to do the research? In this post I am going to tell you the route I went and why you should go to these places.

 

This is my final post of South Korea which will tell you my highlights of this beautiful country.

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Asia, Destinations

Vegetarian nightmare – South Korea

Being a vegetarian whilst travelling in Korea was really difficult. It has most definitely been the hardest country to find food with no meat or fish. Even harder than other countries I found difficult such as Taiwan and Brazil.


So I thought I would write this post to help others who are travelling in South Korea.

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Destinations, Musings

Happy New Year – reflecting on 2016

As the year of 2016 is over I thought that this is the perfect opportunity to reflect on what I have been doing. This year has been a great year for me in terms of travel. Not only have I now visited my 62nd country, I also took the massive steps of quitting my job and leaving my home to take a life of a travelling nomad.

 

So I thought I would write this post about where I have been this year with a few details and nice photos of each place.

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Asia, Destinations

A Hitchhikers Guide to South Korea

Many cars slowed down to take a look but few had the courage to stop. We were unsure if it was that they couldn’t speak English or if they were just not going that far. Some people did stop but decided not to give us a lift as they were not going to the exact place that we were going. Unable to communicate that they could take us as far as they were going, we had to let them go.

We learnt a lot in the two days of hitchhiking 350 km down the east coast of South Korea therefore I have decided to put together some tips for others planning on hitch hiking in South Korea.

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Asia, Destinations

History in the Changing: Seoul Protests

Whilst in Seoul, South Korea, I witnessed history in the making as millions of people took to the streets and protested about their president, Park Geun-hye.

Imagine a country where they make their voice heard in a peaceful way with a tsunami of candles! As I stood in the crowds of people, there was no pushing, no acts of violence but masses of people supporting each other.

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Asia, Destinations

10 Free Things to do in Seoul

Travelling on a budget can be difficult at times especially in big cities when there are so many things to do that cost money. Entrance fees and and tours can take a huge chunk out of your travel budget. However in Seoul, we found travelling on a budget wasn’t as hard as we thought it would be. With cheap public transport getting around was easy, therefore it was finding things to do within our budget that was needed.

 

Here are my top ten things to do for free in Seoul, South Korea:

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