Seoul Rookie

Ah…I lied about Tuesday or Wednesday. I started to study a little, and it wound up being an all afternoon study session, and then I went out for dinner with a friend. So, no posting! But, here we are finally. My first visit took place over Chuseok, which is a fairly long holiday here in … More Seoul Rookie


Sorry for the radio silence, I’m usually fairly lazy on weekends to recover from the working week. This past weekend was the end of a long vacation, so I was more-so in mourning ha-ha. Unfortunately I can’t publish my next blog post about Daegu until I get some pictures from my boyfriend ^^ so it … More Update

Switzerland on tour

Switzerland is one of the most beautiful places I have ever traveled to. I haven’t been to very many countries outside of the U.S.A., but I can say Switzerland had an impact on me. My step-mother made a reservation for us through a tour group, so we didn’t have to worry about booking trains, hotels, […]

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A Turn of Events

About eight months ago I found my life changing forever(and I’m not exaggerating ha-ha). I was accepted into a teaching program overseas, packed my future into two suitcases, a backpack, and a briefcase, and moved to South Korea. I wasn’t sure if I had made the right decision, but once my dad pulled out of … More A Turn of Events

Rome, Rome, Rome

After two and a half days in Rome, I still can’t believe everything we saw.  The sheer size of these historical buildings are awe-inspiring. I had to take a few moments before taking pictures just to soak them all in.  We ended our first afternoon with a spot of ice cream from one of the … More Rome, Rome, Rome

Pompeii and I

The ancient city of Pompeii was not quite what I expected it to be, but it was a pleasure to see and appreciate nonetheless. Many of the sites are fenced off, as ignorant visitors have defaced and trashed these places over time. It was also crowded with people blocking entrances, and the one place I … More Pompeii and I