(Mis)adventures in Tongyeong

Oh, Tongyeong. You were such an experience. I had been wanting to visit this port city for quite some time, and when I had a three-day weekend in early June, I decided to do a bit of solo traveling for…

Gokseong Rose Festival: There’s a Massive Garden in the Middle of …

If you happen to be passing through Korea in May, one of the events you should try and catch is the Gokseong Rose Festival. Head down to the Korean countryside and between seeing Damyang’s bamboo forest, Boseong’s green tea fields,…

Postcards from Kyoto

I cannot┬ábelieve how quickly a year has gone by. This time last year Lynsey and I were in the middle of getting off a plane from Kyoto, giddily exhausted by the five days we had just spent roaming around Japan’s…

A Day Along Halong Bay

I feel like you can’t talk about travel to Vietnam and not talk about Halong Bay. Considered one of the wonders of the world, any photograph you may see of it leads to this breathtaking, almost mystical feeling. Off the northeast coast of Vietnam, it…

Spring in Namwon

Spring in Korea has sprung! I bring you postcards from Namwon, the City of Love. It’s probably one of the most charming places in the country, and I couldn’t have been put in a better location. As Korea’s own Verona, it’s…

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What We Got Made from Hoi An Tailors

What’s it like working with Hoi An tailors to get handmade clothing? Here’s a bit into my experience when I visited Vietnam over one vacation!  Guys, of course, I had clothes made while in Vietnam! I have three different Pinterest…