Trying to start something new here. I'll be posting only a picture when Sunday rolls around. No story, just a lovely little photo you can stare at. So here's the first one!!
Wow, I haven't done one of these in a while! But then again being on a diet didn't allow me to. Now that that's over with, it's back to our regularly scheduled programming folks! Today's snack raid comes from the Phillipines and Korea. Nagaraya Nuts Ooh, these little babies are so addicting. I can't remember... Continue Reading →
There was nothing more important, revealing, and impactful than visiting the DMZ (dematerialized zone) in Korea. One of the things highly recommended to us by one of the locals was to get on a tour of the DMZ, and of course this wasn’t something we weren’t going to miss. And then somewhere along the tour,... Continue Reading →
This beautiful fall weather gets me reminiscent about a trip to Seoul, South Korea last October. I didn't get a chance to finish my post about one of my favorite places we went to visit...so here it is; Nami Island! After a few days in Seoul, we decided we wanted to see a different side... Continue Reading →
Another palace day! Changdeokgung was the second palace we visited in Korea. Between Changdeokgung and Gyeongbokgung palace, Changdeokgung ended up being my favorite out of the two. Maybe it was the different layout or feel of the rooms, but it felt more intimate than the sprawling Gyeongbokgung palace. Being a random weekday, it was nice because it... Continue Reading →
The Banpo Bridge Rainbow Fountain is a water show illuminated by hundreds of multi-colored lights on one of the worlds longest bridges. The water jets and multi-colored lights are coordinated to move along with music. The show is a good tourist attraction, and it usually only operates from April - October. Luckily for me we... Continue Reading →
Something I didn't realize we were missing out on in the U.S.; night markets! We just decided on heading out to Dongdaemun one restless night to walk around aimlessly. It was around 1:00 am when we decided to hail a cab from our hotel in Myeongdong, and it didn’t take too long to get there. If... Continue Reading →
Not far from Myeongdong is Bukchon Hanok Village & Samcheongdong in the Jongno-gu district of Seoul. Also near by is the beautiful Changdeokgung Palace, which we ended visiting afterwards. How amazing that they still have these traditional houses right in the middle of the urban sprawl that is Seoul! To confess, I do feel a... Continue Reading →