One of my earliest conversations with a friend who has lived here in Korea for over five years was to give it at least three months until things started to settle. At two months, I (probably prematurely) made a video updating everyone on how life was going. Whilst my work life and home was together, … More A Much Happier Update & I’m Heading to Thailand
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Five years after planning my first trip to East Asia, today I finally made it to a place I never managed to get to. I have long been in awe of the architectural wonder that is the White Temple (Wat Rong Khun) in Chiang Rai, and to finally see it in person was an experience … More Chiang Rai, Thailand
In the last of this year’s series of posts on New York City, I’ll be telling you about how I spent the day there on a $0 budget. Now, I had to pay to take the train to and from Morristown, NJ to actually get there, but over the course of the entire day, I … More How I Spent a Day in NYC on $0
When I arrived at Incheon Airport from New York – read my full review of the journey here – I had only a vague idea on how to get to Seoul city center from there. Like many of the large airports for supercities, the airports that serve them are quite a while away from the … More The Best Ways to get from Incheon Airport to Seoul
This was my third visit to New York, and my first time being there on such a tight budget. The first time I went, I had just turned 19 and visited for around a week with my two friends (click here to read). The next time I visited, I stayed for just over two weeks … More New York City, NY
Whether you’re a first time visitor to the Big Apple or travel to or from there frequently, one of the most important questions to find the answer to is which of the four airports that serve the city to use. LaGuardia, JFK, Newark and Stewart are all in varying directions from the island of Manhattan … More The Pros and Cons of all Four NYC Airports
Full travel post coming soon. For a review on where to stay in Washington, D.C. see my recent post here.
If you haven’t seen my last few posts you might not know that this weekend I stayed for a brief overnight in Dublin, Ireland before I headed to the United States to visit with family. I’ve never stayed in Dublin city center before, only in nearby Swords and Malahide, so this was my first experience … More Four Courts Hostel (Dublin, Ireland)