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Category: South Korea
Great Hostel in Seoul, South Korea – Kimchi Hongdai Hostel
if you are heading to Seoul, South Korea and you want to stay in a friendly, clean, safe, and centrally located hostel. I fully recommend that you stay in the Kimchi Hongdai Hostel.
My Favorite Travel Adventures of 2011 – Flashback to A Wonderful Year of Travel
2011 was a great year for me in terms of travel, family, and work. While there were a huge number of experiences to choose from, here are my top ten favorite adventures that came from this incredible year.
North Korean Expats and Pig Blood Sundaes – Sokcho Part 1
I walked towards a large iron bridge and noted the thousands of fish drying on the roofs of nearly every house I passed.
Underground Seoul – Korean World Beneath Your Feet
South Korea was such an amazing country to visit. The Seoul subway system and more. I loved it. I know this is a little weird and I’m not sure if it is a leftover from those days when I used to build underground forts and secretly explore abandoned California goldmines with my childhood friends, but…
10 Great Oddball Things in South Korea
When you go to South Korea – here are 10 oddball things you may want to see or do.
Mummified Love in Andong, South Korea
The story of an ancient Korean mummy and his heartbroken wife hit me hard as I traveled and thought of my wife at home, pregnant with our first child.
Dramatic Vagobond Travel Video
Here’s a fun video I put together that hits some of the video I shot on my travels during 2009-2012 in Serbia, South Korea, England, Germany, Spain, Italy, France, Turkey, Egypt, and a whole bunch of other places – I wasn’t real sure what to do with these so I proudly present to you –…
Love Motels in Korea
Love Motels in South Korea are where couples go for romantic weekends, where johns bring hookers, and where budget minded travelers can stay cheaper than the hotels when the hostels aren’t available or you don’t want to stay in a hostel
Exploring the DMZ – North Korea and South Korea No Man’s Land
If I took the number one bus to the end, then hitch hiked, I would be able to get to the DMZ without being on a tour bus.