While it has been our humble home and the basecamp for many of our adventures, Yeosu is probably most notable for the Yeosu Expo which was held in 2012. This area of town has enormous buildings that were constructed to host a conference for oceanic sustainability and conservation a few years ago, but still hold a few attractions for visitors today. In a continuing effort to bring more people to our lovely city, we present our four favorite Yeosu Expo attractions as well as an English map we’ve made of the area. If you would like more information about our city guide of Yeosu, click here.
Palawan is known for its natural beauty. The islands, as we have discussed before, ad nauseam, are abundant and beautiful. There are a number of ways that you can experience El Nido’s islands and we suggest doing as many of these as possible. On our recent vacation, if we weren’t sitting on the beach with a cold San Miguel in hand, you can bet that we were in the water. Continue reading
In El Nido for the majority of our vacation to the Philippines, we had ample opportunities to enjoy the beautiful waters that surrounded us. The view from this small, but quickly growing town would dazzle the most discerning traveler. Dozens of islands are spread across the bay, each climbing out of pristine waters, reaching for the beautiful blue sky.
Noms – (n). Any yummy substance that people chow down on to achieve pleasure and satisfaction. Can be referred to as nomming or om nom nom to mimic the sound one makes while eating hungrily. Continue reading
This past weekend we took a belated two year anniversary trip to Busan. We had three days off from school so we decided to hop on the KTX train from Seoul to Busan! The train only takes two and a half hours and can travel up to 300km/hr. Neither of us have been on a bullet train before, so we made sure to take a couple of pictures to commemorate the moment. Continue reading