I spent the chuseok holiday in Seoul. I absolutely love Seoul. Almost every holiday you can bet I’m here haha. What a packed weekend!!! I wish I had more photos to share, but one friend that came along is a very focused traveler. She didn’t stop for many photoshoots haha. The photos I did manage … More Chuseok Weekend
Day four(and five? I’ve lost count) was pretty boring, so I didn’t have anything to post ha-ha! However, yesterday a friend of mine came up from Mokpo, and we did a bit of chaotic exploring in downtown Yeosu. Yeosu is an incredibly beautiful city, especially at night. There are quite a few things to do, … More Yeosu. JLP Adventures Day 5?6?
9-5 lecture days, can’t beat ’em. Orientation is finally in full swing; may the coffee rain down on our weary souls. The first full day of orientation brought us a lecture on Korean Life, and a thorough medical check-up. Most of the lecture was on things I already knew from living here previously, but I … More It Begins. JLP Adventures Day 3
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
The first night in Naples was just as magical as I thought it would be. We walked along the coast at sunset, and watched the lights of the town come on as the night came on. We ate dinner facing the beautiful night lights. There were so many moments throughout the amazing seafood meal, that … More Two Nights in Naples
We took a small bus into the mountains to visit Asiago, and it has been my favorite trip thus far. This small town is located high up in the mountains, surprisingly it had snowed the day prior! The snow had all melted, save for a lone pile near the cheese factory, but the chilly temperature … More An Afternoon in Asiago
We made our way to Venice by train, the scenery on the way was fabulous, and immediately hopped on the ferry to Murano Island. This island is famous for its glass making. Visitors to the island can walk to the furnace and watch the craftsmen make the glass, a very interesting process that even kids … More Roaming Venezia