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
This video deals with the entire process of shopping for, purchasing tickets, the check in process and the in flight experience. I will delve into the flight experience and discussing everything from legroom dimensions to customer service. As always, if anybody has any questions at all then please just ask away in the comments. I’d … More NYC to Seoul with Korean Air
Today’s video is by far the one I’m most proud of so far, so please let me know your feedback in the comments below. If you’re ever in or around Daegu, I cannot recommend a visit to Apsan Park enough. If you’re not up for the hike, there are also cable cars to the peak … More Hiking Biseulsan Mountain in Daegu, South Korea
Sorryy about the shortness of this vlog, but I really took this past weekend for myself to regroup for the next few months at work where I won’t have many breaks. I think that despite the shortness of the footage, I managed to capture some pretty nice shots and hope you agree. See you later … More 48 Hours in Tokyo
Today will be my last Korea vlog for the next week as I’m heading to Tokyo this weekend. Today I had a beautiful relaxing Sunday at the Daegu Arboretum with my friend Nicole, and we went for dinner at La Spezia afterwards. If you’re interested in visiting the Botanical Gardens, they’re around a mile from … More A Relaxing Sunday in Daegu
I’ll be adding to this collection of photographs over my year long stay here, but if you’d like to see any of my posts on South Korea, click here.
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.