There are few things that unite foreigners living abroad than national cuisine and holidays. Sure, we have friends from all over the world with their own unique holidays, but everyone comes together for the common purpose of community regardless of nationality. This past weekend we celebrated America’s Independence Day with a motley group of Americans, Canadians, Brits, and Scots. Continue reading
We did a lot of research before coming to South Korea, and we felt pretty confident that we were prepared and that nothing would go wrong. First mistake.
With the holiday season upon us, we have started to feel a little sad being so far away from family. Living abroad can be very rewarding, but it comes at a price. In past years, the holidays meant rushing from one family gathering to the next and trying to cram as much face time as possible into our limited amount of vacation days. Continue reading