Yes. Are they cold? Yes. Are they sometimes just covered in tiny rocks that break your ankles? Yes. Are they the best place to get fish and chips? Heck yes. England has thousands of beaches along it’s coastlines. Don’t get … Continue reading England Has Beaches??
One thing I miss most about living in South Korea is easy access to a park. Sure there are small patches of grass with a few trees scattered about here, but unless you go climb a mountain there is nowhere … Continue reading Jesmond Dene -A Little Patch of Serenity.
Situated in Northumberland, just north of Newcastle Upon Tyne, lies Alnwick castle. Still home to the duke and his family, it is the second largest inhabited castle in the UK. The castle has been a large part of English culture … Continue reading Alnwick Castle & Gardens
Right in the middle of Seoul’s modern city is a taste of tradition in the form of Gyeongbok Palace (경복궁). Built in 1395, the palace has been home to Korea’s royalty over the generations. Today the palace is … Continue reading A Taste of Korean Tradition.
With summer temperatures in Korea often soaring over 35 degrees celsius, cooling food and drinks are a must! One of the most popular summer dishes is cold noodles, either mixed (bibim-naengmyeon: 비빔냉면) or in a soup … Continue reading Watermelon Cold Noodles (수박 냉면)
Kaws has had a lot of success in Korea (and Asia in general) recently, having released a number of collaborations with affordable clothing Uniqlo, and having been a sucker for his work for the past 7? years… of course I’m … Continue reading Kaws Holiday @ Seokchon Lake!
If you’ve ever searched “things to do in incheon” you’ll have no doubt found “Wolmido”, a small island off the west coast of incheon. The island is well known for its small theme park, and its … Continue reading Wolmido, Home of The Vikings!